Anthony Joshua weighs in at 17st 4lbs ahead of Saturday night's fight with Joseph Parker

Last Updated March 30 2018, 16:05Boxing
Joshua v Parker: Tale of the tape
Joshua v Parker: Tale of the tape

Anthony Joshua weighed in at 17st 4lbs ahead of Saturday night's world heavyweight title showdown with Joseph Parker in Cardiff.

The unbeaten British star is hoping to add another world belt to his WBA and IBF titles when he faces New Zealand's WBO champion Joseph Parker at the Principality Stadium.

Joshua's weight is nearly a stone lighter than his career-heaviest 18st 2lbs when he beat Carlos Takam in October.

Parker came in at 16st 12lbs, shedding almost 9lbs since defeating Hughie Fury in September.

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