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Boxing: Anthony Joshua’s world heavyweight title belts to go on tour

PUBLISHED: 08:00 22 March 2018

Anthony Joshua with his three world heavyweight title belts (pic: Nick Potts/PA)

Anthony Joshua with his three world heavyweight title belts (pic: Nick Potts/PA)

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JD Sports in Oxford Street to host Joshua’s IBO, IBF and WBA belts on March 29

Boxing fans have the chance to get close to Anthony Joshua’s three world heavyweight title belts when they visit London during a tour around the country.

Ahead of the London 2012 Olympic champion’s world heavyweight title unification bout with Joseph Parker in Cardiff of March 31, Joshua’s IBF, IBO and WBA belts will visit JD Sports stores across the United Kingdom.

Fans in London will get their chance to see the belts on March 29 when they visit the JD Sports store in Oxford Street as part of the #ROADTOUNDISPUTED Tour.

On the day, there will be an in-store competition to win two tickets to Joshua’s fight against Parker, with the person who records the highest score on a special special JD/Anthony Joshua punching machine winning the prize.

Joshua will put his three belts on the line in Cardiff, but will be looking to add Parker’s WBO title to his collection on March 31.

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