Tyson Fury and Joseph Parker are friendly outside the ring.

Why Parker should pursue a fight with Fury

The dethroned WBO champion must throw his hat in the ring to face the returning ‘Gypsy King’ before the year is out if he wants to return to the top.

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Deontay Wilder staggers Luis Ortiz on his way to a stoppage victory in the 10th round.

Five things we learned from Wilder’s defence 

In a thrilling defence of his WBC world heavyweight title, unbeaten American champion Deontay Wilder survived a seventh-round beating to eventually drop and stop Cuban Luis Ortiz in the 10th stanza on March 3 in New York. But what did we learn – if anything – about the so-called ‘Bronze Bomber’?

Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko slug it out at Wembley Stadium.

Who poses the biggest threat to Joshua’s reign?

With heavyweight sensation Anthony Joshua keen to unify all the belts and, in his own words, enjoy an “era of dominance” in the division for 10 years or more, Knockoutpunch runs the rule over some of the big Briton’s potential future opponents and weighs up their threat level to his title reign.

David Haye and Tony Bellew clash at a presser in London

Can Bellew take Haye into deep waters?

In an age of catchweight clashes, boxing fans have become accustomed to fighters jumping weight classes to take on bigger foes for larger pay cheques. But when it becomes apparent that the smaller fighter has little chance of bridging the gap in size and power, the paying public can be left feeling a bit shortchanged.