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Oklahoma City held a 3-1 advantage this season, with each of the four games being played before Christmas. The teams have not met since December 23, well before Utah’s 29-6 close to the regular season.Overall, the Jazz are 12-27 vs. the Thunder since that franchise moved to Oklahoma City from Seattle in 2009. The Jazz went 66-79 against the Seattle Supersonics.The franchises have not met in the playoffs since 2000, when the Jazz beat the Sonics 3-2 inRound 1.Key Matchups
Ricky Rubio vs. Russell WestbrookAny conversation about this series has to start with reigning MVP Russell Westbrook, who averaged a triple-double—25.4 points, 10.1 rebounds, 10.3 assists—for the second straight season. Westbrook, who had the third-highest usage rate in the NBA (after Houston’s James Harden and Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid), controls OKC’s offense, and he’ll most likely be guarded by the duo of Ricky Rubio and Royce O’Neale.Rubio, who’s making his first career playoff appearance, set career highs in points, 3-pointers, FG% and usage rate in his first season with the Jazz. Since the All-Star break, he has averaged 15.0 points, 5.3 rebounds, 5.6 assists, 1.7 steals and 1.6 3-pointers—all while shooting 43.6 percent from the field and 87.5 percent from the line.Rudy Gobert vs. Steven AdamsRudy Gobert, who was named Second Team All-NBA last season, is the frontrunner for Defensive Player of the Year, and for good reason—he had the best defensive rating of any qualifying player (97.7) this season. OKC’s Steven Adams, though, just happens to be a one of the most rugged and physical centers in the league.

Their contrasting styles as they battle to set the tone in the post will be something to watch closely.Oklahoma City won their last game against the Utah Jazz, 116 – 108; George: 36 pts, eight 3s; Westbrook: 29 pts. Paul George scored a team-high, thirty-six points, during their last game against the Jazz. He made 13 of his 20 attempts from the field, for a 65.0% field goal percentage (2/2 from the line, 8/11 from three-point range). In 37 minutes, George collected thirty-six points, seven rebounds, one steal and eight threes with 4 turnovers.Donovan Mitchell led the Jazz in scoring against their last opponent, the Thunder. He contributed with twenty-seven points, three assists, ten rebounds, two steals, one block and three threes with 1 turnover in 34 minutes. Mitchell shot 11 for 22 in the game, hitting 50.0% of his attempts from the field (2/2 from the line, 3/7 from three-point range).Get a 50% bonus up to $1,000 when you join MyBookie with Promo Code:HeroSportsREGULARSEASONSTRENGTHS& WEAKNESSES
The Thunder have climbed the rankings this season in steals per game (#1), offensive rebounds per game (#1) and blocks per game (#11). They struggle in free throw percentage (#29), assists per game (#28) and defensive rebounds per game (#26).The Jazz have climbed the rankings this season in steals per game (#4), blocks per game (#9) and free throw percentage (#10). Their weakest areas are offensive rebounds per game (#23), assists per game (#21) and turnovers per game (#20).The first game between the Jazz and Thunder went about how we expected — it was a physical battle highlighted by incredible performances from stars Paul George, Russell Westbrook and Donovan Mitchell. OKC took Game 1, but you can tell this is going to be a great series.The Jazz and the Thunder are an interesting first-round matchup, in the sense that most series have a clear underdog. However, this series is anything but clear. Although the Thunder may have more “stars” on their roster, the Jazz are fielding a scorching-hot team with Mitchell leading the way, winning 17 of their last 21 games to take the No. 5 seed.With that being said, the Thunder took what everyone thought was a piecemeal roster and made it into the No. 4 seed. Sure the Westbrook-Anthony-George system took some lumps, but the Thunder persevered this season to make themselves look like a threatening — if flawed — presence. Russell Westbrook is still clearly the leader, but the Thunder still got over 20 points per game for Paul George and 15 from Carmelo Anthony.Here is everything you need to know about what may be the most intense first-round series:

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Oklahoma City held a 3-1 advantage this season, with each of the four games being played before Christmas. The teams have not met since December 23, well before Utah’s 29-6 close to the regular season.Overall, the Jazz are 12-27 vs. the Thunder since that franchise moved to Oklahoma City from Seattle in 2009. The Jazz went 66-79 against the Seattle Supersonics.The franchises have not met in the playoffs since 2000, when the Jazz beat the Sonics 3-2 inRound 1.Key Matchups
Ricky Rubio vs. Russell WestbrookAny conversation about this series has to start with reigning MVP Russell Westbrook, who averaged a triple-double—25.4 points, 10.1 rebounds, 10.3 assists—for the second straight season. Westbrook, who had the third-highest usage rate in the NBA (after Houston’s James Harden and Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid), controls OKC’s offense, and he’ll most likely be guarded by the duo of Ricky Rubio and Royce O’Neale.Rubio, who’s making his first career playoff appearance, set career highs in points, 3-pointers, FG% and usage rate in his first season with the Jazz. Since the All-Star break, he has averaged 15.0 points, 5.3 rebounds, 5.6 assists, 1.7 steals and 1.6 3-pointers—all while shooting 43.6 percent from the field and 87.5 percent from the line.Rudy Gobert vs. Steven AdamsRudy Gobert, who was named Second Team All-NBA last season, is the frontrunner for Defensive Player of the Year, and for good reason—he had the best defensive rating of any qualifying player (97.7) this season. OKC’s Steven Adams, though, just happens to be a one of the most rugged and physical centers in the league.

Their contrasting styles as they battle to set the tone in the post will be something to watch closely.Oklahoma City won their last game against the Utah Jazz, 116 – 108; George: 36 pts, eight 3s; Westbrook: 29 pts. Paul George scored a team-high, thirty-six points, during their last game against the Jazz. He made 13 of his 20 attempts from the field, for a 65.0% field goal percentage (2/2 from the line, 8/11 from three-point range). In 37 minutes, George collected thirty-six points, seven rebounds, one steal and eight threes with 4 turnovers.Donovan Mitchell led the Jazz in scoring against their last opponent, the Thunder. He contributed with twenty-seven points, three assists, ten rebounds, two steals, one block and three threes with 1 turnover in 34 minutes. Mitchell shot 11 for 22 in the game, hitting 50.0% of his attempts from the field (2/2 from the line, 3/7 from three-point range).Get a 50% bonus up to $1,000 when you join MyBookie with Promo Code:HeroSportsREGULARSEASONSTRENGTHS& WEAKNESSES
The Thunder have climbed the rankings this season in steals per game (#1), offensive rebounds per game (#1) and blocks per game (#11). They struggle in free throw percentage (#29), assists per game (#28) and defensive rebounds per game (#26).The Jazz have climbed the rankings this season in steals per game (#4), blocks per game (#9) and free throw percentage (#10). Their weakest areas are offensive rebounds per game (#23), assists per game (#21) and turnovers per game (#20).The first game between the Jazz and Thunder went about how we expected — it was a physical battle highlighted by incredible performances from stars Paul George, Russell Westbrook and Donovan Mitchell. OKC took Game 1, but you can tell this is going to be a great series.The Jazz and the Thunder are an interesting first-round matchup, in the sense that most series have a clear underdog. However, this series is anything but clear. Although the Thunder may have more “stars” on their roster, the Jazz are fielding a scorching-hot team with Mitchell leading the way, winning 17 of their last 21 games to take the No. 5 seed.With that being said, the Thunder took what everyone thought was a piecemeal roster and made it into the No. 4 seed. Sure the Westbrook-Anthony-George system took some lumps, but the Thunder persevered this season to make themselves look like a threatening — if flawed — presence. Russell Westbrook is still clearly the leader, but the Thunder still got over 20 points per game for Paul George and 15 from Carmelo Anthony.Here is everything you need to know about what may be the most intense first-round series:

Gloucester Rugby vs Newcastle Falcons

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The Stormers are heading down to Johannesburg for their action-packed clash against the Lions this coming Saturday.The Stormers and Lions are respectively in first and second place on the South African conference log.

<em>Overall</em> the Lions are keeping strong in second place. They are currently on the heels of the Crusaders who are -in fact on top of the overall log. The Crusaders defeated the Lions during a thrilling match 8-14 last weekend.On the other hand, the Stormers lost against the Bulls in an unexpected turn of events last weekend, and are looking to turn things around.Stormers Head Coach Robbie Fleck said that his team will give everything at during their match against the Lions.“This match is a great opportunity for us as a team and we are looking forward to the challenge,” he said.

The Lions have a relatively unchanged team for their clash against the Stormers. Wing Ruan Combrinck will replace Sylvian Mahuza who in turn, drops to the bench. Marvin Orie also returns while, on the bench, Johannes Jonker comes in for Jacobie Adriaanse.The Brumbies will be wondering how on earth they’ve fallen so far behind the rest of their Australian counterparts. The Canberra-based side is 11 points off the top of the Aussie conference in the fourth position and 11th in the overall Super Rugby standings.So far this season, the Brumbies have lost all three of their derby encounters.

Starting against the Reds this week, they have to make a statement in the three return derby fixtures in order to stay relevant in this conference and contend for the playoffs.In round three, the Reds were 18-10 victors in an ill-disciplined affair thanks to three penalties apiece by halfback-axis Jono Lance and James Tuttle. On the evidence of that game, you’d say the Brumbies have to improve defensively, but several other aspects of their game have deteriorated rapidly since then.Their attack is non-existent. They’ve made the fewest clean breaks (45) and beat the fewest defenders (91).

And with a 57% success rate, the goal-kicking of Christian Leali’ifano, Wharenui Hawera, and Chance Peni is also well below par.The outcome of this contest could be a defining point in the Brumbies’ season.The Reds have just one more win than the Brumbies this year, but unlike the Canberrans, there are more than enough positive signs to suggest they are an improving outfit.This could potentially be the most important fixture in the South African conference. The Lions&#8217; form has come into sharp focus following underwhelming performances in their last four matches, which resulted in three defeats and an unconvincing win against the Sunwolves. Questions are being raised about new head coach Swys de Bruin&#8217;s tactics and the senior players&#8217; newfound inability to step up when the pressure is on; while there is also growing concern about their overall chances of reaching a third consecutive final. After their horror three-match tour of Australasia, the Stormers returned to Cape Town where they beat the Blues and Reds before slumping to a 10-point loss against the Bulls at Loftus last weekend. Despite their mixed results,

the Lions are still at the top of the South African conference log, seven points clear of the next-best Stormers. Coming off demoralizing defeats, both teams will be looking to return to winning ways.The hosts have welcomed back right-wing Ruan Combrinck after a long absence due to injury.The Lions have two Boks in their pack, while the Stormers have the luxury of five Test-capped forwards in their starting XV. It&#8217;s worth noting that the Lions are on a 17-match winning streak against South African teams and have not lost to a local side at Ellis Park since 2015 when, incidentally, the Stormers beat them 22-19.All things considered, it&#8217;s probably fair to make Lions the favorites to pull off a win. Whatever the outcome

New South Wales Waratahs vs Lions

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The Stormers are heading down to Johannesburg for their action-packed clash against the Lions this coming Saturday.The Stormers and Lions are respectively in first and second place on the South African conference log.

<em>Overall</em> the Lions are keeping strong in second place. They are currently on the heels of the Crusaders who are -in fact on top of the overall log. The Crusaders defeated the Lions during a thrilling match 8-14 last weekend.On the other hand, the Stormers lost against the Bulls in an unexpected turn of events last weekend, and are looking to turn things around.Stormers Head Coach Robbie Fleck said that his team will give everything at during their match against the Lions.“This match is a great opportunity for us as a team and we are looking forward to the challenge,” he said.

The Lions have a relatively unchanged team for their clash against the Stormers. Wing Ruan Combrinck will replace Sylvian Mahuza who in turn, drops to the bench. Marvin Orie also returns while, on the bench, Johannes Jonker comes in for Jacobie Adriaanse.The Brumbies will be wondering how on earth they’ve fallen so far behind the rest of their Australian counterparts. The Canberra-based side is 11 points off the top of the Aussie conference in the fourth position and 11th in the overall Super Rugby standings.So far this season, the Brumbies have lost all three of their derby encounters.

Starting against the Reds this week, they have to make a statement in the three return derby fixtures in order to stay relevant in this conference and contend for the playoffs.In round three, the Reds were 18-10 victors in an ill-disciplined affair thanks to three penalties apiece by halfback-axis Jono Lance and James Tuttle. On the evidence of that game, you’d say the Brumbies have to improve defensively, but several other aspects of their game have deteriorated rapidly since then.Their attack is non-existent. They’ve made the fewest clean breaks (45) and beat the fewest defenders (91).

And with a 57% success rate, the goal-kicking of Christian Leali’ifano, Wharenui Hawera, and Chance Peni is also well below par.The outcome of this contest could be a defining point in the Brumbies’ season.The Reds have just one more win than the Brumbies this year, but unlike the Canberrans, there are more than enough positive signs to suggest they are an improving outfit.This could potentially be the most important fixture in the South African conference. The Lions&#8217; form has come into sharp focus following underwhelming performances in their last four matches, which resulted in three defeats and an unconvincing win against the Sunwolves. Questions are being raised about new head coach Swys de Bruin&#8217;s tactics and the senior players&#8217; newfound inability to step up when the pressure is on; while there is also growing concern about their overall chances of reaching a third consecutive final. After their horror three-match tour of Australasia, the Stormers returned to Cape Town where they beat the Blues and Reds before slumping to a 10-point loss against the Bulls at Loftus last weekend. Despite their mixed results,

the Lions are still at the top of the South African conference log, seven points clear of the next-best Stormers. Coming off demoralizing defeats, both teams will be looking to return to winning ways.The hosts have welcomed back right-wing Ruan Combrinck after a long absence due to injury.The Lions have two Boks in their pack, while the Stormers have the luxury of five Test-capped forwards in their starting XV. It&#8217;s worth noting that the Lions are on a 17-match winning streak against South African teams and have not lost to a local side at Ellis Park since 2015 when, incidentally, the Stormers beat them 22-19.All things considered, it&#8217;s probably fair to make Lions the favorites to pull off a win. Whatever the outcome

Blues vs Highlanders

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The Stormers are heading down to Johannesburg for their action-packed clash against the Lions this coming Saturday.The Stormers and Lions are respectively in first and second place on the South African conference log.

<em>Overall</em> the Lions are keeping strong in second place. They are currently on the heels of the Crusaders who are -in fact on top of the overall log. The Crusaders defeated the Lions during a thrilling match 8-14 last weekend.On the other hand, the Stormers lost against the Bulls in an unexpected turn of events last weekend, and are looking to turn things around.Stormers Head Coach Robbie Fleck said that his team will give everything at during their match against the Lions.“This match is a great opportunity for us as a team and we are looking forward to the challenge,” he said.

The Lions have a relatively unchanged team for their clash against the Stormers. Wing Ruan Combrinck will replace Sylvian Mahuza who in turn, drops to the bench. Marvin Orie also returns while, on the bench, Johannes Jonker comes in for Jacobie Adriaanse.The Brumbies will be wondering how on earth they’ve fallen so far behind the rest of their Australian counterparts. The Canberra-based side is 11 points off the top of the Aussie conference in the fourth position and 11th in the overall Super Rugby standings.So far this season, the Brumbies have lost all three of their derby encounters.

Starting against the Reds this week, they have to make a statement in the three return derby fixtures in order to stay relevant in this conference and contend for the playoffs.In round three, the Reds were 18-10 victors in an ill-disciplined affair thanks to three penalties apiece by halfback-axis Jono Lance and James Tuttle. On the evidence of that game, you’d say the Brumbies have to improve defensively, but several other aspects of their game have deteriorated rapidly since then.Their attack is non-existent. They’ve made the fewest clean breaks (45) and beat the fewest defenders (91).

And with a 57% success rate, the goal-kicking of Christian Leali’ifano, Wharenui Hawera, and Chance Peni is also well below par.The outcome of this contest could be a defining point in the Brumbies’ season.The Reds have just one more win than the Brumbies this year, but unlike the Canberrans, there are more than enough positive signs to suggest they are an improving outfit.This could potentially be the most important fixture in the South African conference. The Lions&#8217; form has come into sharp focus following underwhelming performances in their last four matches, which resulted in three defeats and an unconvincing win against the Sunwolves. Questions are being raised about new head coach Swys de Bruin&#8217;s tactics and the senior players&#8217; newfound inability to step up when the pressure is on; while there is also growing concern about their overall chances of reaching a third consecutive final. After their horror three-match tour of Australasia, the Stormers returned to Cape Town where they beat the Blues and Reds before slumping to a 10-point loss against the Bulls at Loftus last weekend. Despite their mixed results,

the Lions are still at the top of the South African conference log, seven points clear of the next-best Stormers. Coming off demoralizing defeats, both teams will be looking to return to winning ways.The hosts have welcomed back right-wing Ruan Combrinck after a long absence due to injury.The Lions have two Boks in their pack, while the Stormers have the luxury of five Test-capped forwards in their starting XV. It&#8217;s worth noting that the Lions are on a 17-match winning streak against South African teams and have not lost to a local side at Ellis Park since 2015 when, incidentally, the Stormers beat them 22-19.All things considered, it&#8217;s probably fair to make Lions the favorites to pull off a win. Whatever the outcome

Roach Jr vs Cruz

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It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for – follow live as Kiwi boxer Joseph Parker goes head-to-head with Anthony Joshua.

The winner will walk away with four world title belts (the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO), and likely have the opportunity to fight unbeaten American Deontay Wilder for a fifth (the WBC) to become the first boxer to hold all five at once.

The stakes are higher than ever, and you don’t want to miss a second of it.The undercard started just over an hour ago (5am NZT) and there has already been a great result for a Kiwi fighter. Here’s Pat McKendry from Principality Stadium:

McKendry: South Aucklander Mose Auimatagi Jr has pulled off an extraordinary victory on the biggest stage here in Cardiff on the Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker undercard.

Auimatagi Jr, born in New Zealand of Samoan descent like his former training partner Parker, climbed off the Principality canvas in the fifth round of his super middleweight bout against Welshman Morgan Jones to win by stoppage in the sixth and final round.

Auimatagi Jr, 22, had possibly won the first round but appeared to lose the next four. In the fifth he was caught by a right hand to the temple and he went down, beating the count at nine
Such was the dominance by Jones, who had gone into this bout unbeaten, Auimatagi Jr’s trainer Grant Arkle was tempted to throw in the towel, but, late in the sixth round he caught Jones flush with a right hand and set about finishing him with remarkable composure and accuracy.

“That was one out of the bag, I guess,” Auimatagi Jr said afterwards of his initial overhand right which set up the finish.

“We had trouble sticking to our plan,” Arkle said. “Our plan was to keep on his chest, that’s what he did in the last round. But in the second round he said ‘my legs have gone’, which will be the jetlag.

“He trained hard and then when he got knocked down I was worried I might have to throw the towel in. But the ref got him up and he walked straight to him.”

Auimatagi Jr, here for only six days before the fight, said he thought once he climbed off the canvas: “I got to kill him after this. I thank God that I got up and finished it.”

In the final stages, Jones, up against the ropes, was hit to the body and head in an incredibly accurate 20-punch onslaught. At the finish he was facing the wrong way and looking despairingly at his corner before the referee stopped it, prompting emotional celebrations from Auimatagi Jr and his corner.

“The world’s my oyster I guess,” he said. “Hopefully some doors will open after this and I can improve on what went wrong tonight.”

Parker’s parents had just walked to their ringside seats when Auimatagi Jr scored his victory in the first fight of the night. It was, hopefully for them and Parker, a good omen for the main event.

Ornelas vs Lopez

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It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for – follow live as Kiwi boxer Joseph Parker goes head-to-head with Anthony Joshua.

The winner will walk away with four world title belts (the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO), and likely have the opportunity to fight unbeaten American Deontay Wilder for a fifth (the WBC) to become the first boxer to hold all five at once.

The stakes are higher than ever, and you don’t want to miss a second of it.The undercard started just over an hour ago (5am NZT) and there has already been a great result for a Kiwi fighter. Here’s Pat McKendry from Principality Stadium:

McKendry: South Aucklander Mose Auimatagi Jr has pulled off an extraordinary victory on the biggest stage here in Cardiff on the Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker undercard.

Auimatagi Jr, born in New Zealand of Samoan descent like his former training partner Parker, climbed off the Principality canvas in the fifth round of his super middleweight bout against Welshman Morgan Jones to win by stoppage in the sixth and final round.

Auimatagi Jr, 22, had possibly won the first round but appeared to lose the next four. In the fifth he was caught by a right hand to the temple and he went down, beating the count at nine
Such was the dominance by Jones, who had gone into this bout unbeaten, Auimatagi Jr’s trainer Grant Arkle was tempted to throw in the towel, but, late in the sixth round he caught Jones flush with a right hand and set about finishing him with remarkable composure and accuracy.

“That was one out of the bag, I guess,” Auimatagi Jr said afterwards of his initial overhand right which set up the finish.

“We had trouble sticking to our plan,” Arkle said. “Our plan was to keep on his chest, that’s what he did in the last round. But in the second round he said ‘my legs have gone’, which will be the jetlag.

“He trained hard and then when he got knocked down I was worried I might have to throw the towel in. But the ref got him up and he walked straight to him.”

Auimatagi Jr, here for only six days before the fight, said he thought once he climbed off the canvas: “I got to kill him after this. I thank God that I got up and finished it.”

In the final stages, Jones, up against the ropes, was hit to the body and head in an incredibly accurate 20-punch onslaught. At the finish he was facing the wrong way and looking despairingly at his corner before the referee stopped it, prompting emotional celebrations from Auimatagi Jr and his corner.

“The world’s my oyster I guess,” he said. “Hopefully some doors will open after this and I can improve on what went wrong tonight.”

Parker’s parents had just walked to their ringside seats when Auimatagi Jr scored his victory in the first fight of the night. It was, hopefully for them and Parker, a good omen for the main event.

Hernandez vs Abreu

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It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for – follow live as Kiwi boxer Joseph Parker goes head-to-head with Anthony Joshua.

The winner will walk away with four world title belts (the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO), and likely have the opportunity to fight unbeaten American Deontay Wilder for a fifth (the WBC) to become the first boxer to hold all five at once.

The stakes are higher than ever, and you don’t want to miss a second of it.The undercard started just over an hour ago (5am NZT) and there has already been a great result for a Kiwi fighter. Here’s Pat McKendry from Principality Stadium:

McKendry: South Aucklander Mose Auimatagi Jr has pulled off an extraordinary victory on the biggest stage here in Cardiff on the Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker undercard.

Auimatagi Jr, born in New Zealand of Samoan descent like his former training partner Parker, climbed off the Principality canvas in the fifth round of his super middleweight bout against Welshman Morgan Jones to win by stoppage in the sixth and final round.

Auimatagi Jr, 22, had possibly won the first round but appeared to lose the next four. In the fifth he was caught by a right hand to the temple and he went down, beating the count at nine
Such was the dominance by Jones, who had gone into this bout unbeaten, Auimatagi Jr’s trainer Grant Arkle was tempted to throw in the towel, but, late in the sixth round he caught Jones flush with a right hand and set about finishing him with remarkable composure and accuracy.

“That was one out of the bag, I guess,” Auimatagi Jr said afterwards of his initial overhand right which set up the finish.

“We had trouble sticking to our plan,” Arkle said. “Our plan was to keep on his chest, that’s what he did in the last round. But in the second round he said ‘my legs have gone’, which will be the jetlag.

“He trained hard and then when he got knocked down I was worried I might have to throw the towel in. But the ref got him up and he walked straight to him.”

Auimatagi Jr, here for only six days before the fight, said he thought once he climbed off the canvas: “I got to kill him after this. I thank God that I got up and finished it.”

In the final stages, Jones, up against the ropes, was hit to the body and head in an incredibly accurate 20-punch onslaught. At the finish he was facing the wrong way and looking despairingly at his corner before the referee stopped it, prompting emotional celebrations from Auimatagi Jr and his corner.

“The world’s my oyster I guess,” he said. “Hopefully some doors will open after this and I can improve on what went wrong tonight.”

Parker’s parents had just walked to their ringside seats when Auimatagi Jr scored his victory in the first fight of the night. It was, hopefully for them and Parker, a good omen for the main event.

Lopez vs Gonzalez

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It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for – follow live as Kiwi boxer Joseph Parker goes head-to-head with Anthony Joshua.

The winner will walk away with four world title belts (the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO), and likely have the opportunity to fight unbeaten American Deontay Wilder for a fifth (the WBC) to become the first boxer to hold all five at once.

The stakes are higher than ever, and you don’t want to miss a second of it.The undercard started just over an hour ago (5am NZT) and there has already been a great result for a Kiwi fighter. Here’s Pat McKendry from Principality Stadium:

McKendry: South Aucklander Mose Auimatagi Jr has pulled off an extraordinary victory on the biggest stage here in Cardiff on the Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker undercard.

Auimatagi Jr, born in New Zealand of Samoan descent like his former training partner Parker, climbed off the Principality canvas in the fifth round of his super middleweight bout against Welshman Morgan Jones to win by stoppage in the sixth and final round.

Auimatagi Jr, 22, had possibly won the first round but appeared to lose the next four. In the fifth he was caught by a right hand to the temple and he went down, beating the count at nine
Such was the dominance by Jones, who had gone into this bout unbeaten, Auimatagi Jr’s trainer Grant Arkle was tempted to throw in the towel, but, late in the sixth round he caught Jones flush with a right hand and set about finishing him with remarkable composure and accuracy.

“That was one out of the bag, I guess,” Auimatagi Jr said afterwards of his initial overhand right which set up the finish.

“We had trouble sticking to our plan,” Arkle said. “Our plan was to keep on his chest, that’s what he did in the last round. But in the second round he said ‘my legs have gone’, which will be the jetlag.

“He trained hard and then when he got knocked down I was worried I might have to throw the towel in. But the ref got him up and he walked straight to him.”

Auimatagi Jr, here for only six days before the fight, said he thought once he climbed off the canvas: “I got to kill him after this. I thank God that I got up and finished it.”

In the final stages, Jones, up against the ropes, was hit to the body and head in an incredibly accurate 20-punch onslaught. At the finish he was facing the wrong way and looking despairingly at his corner before the referee stopped it, prompting emotional celebrations from Auimatagi Jr and his corner.

“The world’s my oyster I guess,” he said. “Hopefully some doors will open after this and I can improve on what went wrong tonight.”

Parker’s parents had just walked to their ringside seats when Auimatagi Jr scored his victory in the first fight of the night. It was, hopefully for them and Parker, a good omen for the main event.

Gomez vs Ortiz

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It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for – follow live as Kiwi boxer Joseph Parker goes head-to-head with Anthony Joshua.

The winner will walk away with four world title belts (the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO), and likely have the opportunity to fight unbeaten American Deontay Wilder for a fifth (the WBC) to become the first boxer to hold all five at once.

The stakes are higher than ever, and you don’t want to miss a second of it.The undercard started just over an hour ago (5am NZT) and there has already been a great result for a Kiwi fighter. Here’s Pat McKendry from Principality Stadium:

McKendry: South Aucklander Mose Auimatagi Jr has pulled off an extraordinary victory on the biggest stage here in Cardiff on the Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker undercard.

Auimatagi Jr, born in New Zealand of Samoan descent like his former training partner Parker, climbed off the Principality canvas in the fifth round of his super middleweight bout against Welshman Morgan Jones to win by stoppage in the sixth and final round.

Auimatagi Jr, 22, had possibly won the first round but appeared to lose the next four. In the fifth he was caught by a right hand to the temple and he went down, beating the count at nine
Such was the dominance by Jones, who had gone into this bout unbeaten, Auimatagi Jr’s trainer Grant Arkle was tempted to throw in the towel, but, late in the sixth round he caught Jones flush with a right hand and set about finishing him with remarkable composure and accuracy.

“That was one out of the bag, I guess,” Auimatagi Jr said afterwards of his initial overhand right which set up the finish.

“We had trouble sticking to our plan,” Arkle said. “Our plan was to keep on his chest, that’s what he did in the last round. But in the second round he said ‘my legs have gone’, which will be the jetlag.

“He trained hard and then when he got knocked down I was worried I might have to throw the towel in. But the ref got him up and he walked straight to him.”

Auimatagi Jr, here for only six days before the fight, said he thought once he climbed off the canvas: “I got to kill him after this. I thank God that I got up and finished it.”

In the final stages, Jones, up against the ropes, was hit to the body and head in an incredibly accurate 20-punch onslaught. At the finish he was facing the wrong way and looking despairingly at his corner before the referee stopped it, prompting emotional celebrations from Auimatagi Jr and his corner.

“The world’s my oyster I guess,” he said. “Hopefully some doors will open after this and I can improve on what went wrong tonight.”

Parker’s parents had just walked to their ringside seats when Auimatagi Jr scored his victory in the first fight of the night. It was, hopefully for them and Parker, a good omen for the main event.