Duck noises, contract disputes, & trash talk | Joe Joyce v Joseph Parker Press Conference Best Bits

BT Sport Boxing published this video item, entitled “Duck noises, contract disputes, & trash talk | Joe Joyce v Joseph Parker Press Conference Best Bits” – below is their description.

A heavyweight showdown is set for September the 24th as Joe Joyce and Joseph Parker are ready to collide at the AO Arena in Manchester.

Check out the best bits from a press conference that brought some laughs, contractual disputes… and bird noises?

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