Joshua will have to defend his WBA and IBF titles while Parker is bringing his WBO belt to the fight.
A few heavyweight titles are on the line as Joshua will have to defend his WBA and IBF titles while Parker is bringing his WBO belt to the fight.
The fight will be watched in not less than 215 countries around the world and Sky Sports in Britain and Showtime in the US are leading the rights for the fight.
The event will start at about 8: pm on Saturday, but undercard bouts and other side attraction mean that the main bout which is the Joshua Vs Parker fight will not start until 10: pm.
In Nigeria, new cable television Kwese have the exclusive rights to the fight and viewers will only be able to watch it on Kwese Sports 1.
Kwese Sports also showed Joshua last fight against Carlos Takam which he won with a knock-out in October 2017.
No Kwese Sports at home? Then walk to the viewing centre closest to you as a couple of them already have the cable television.
Kwese Sports beat SuperSport to the rights to the Carabao Cup this season so a couple of viewing centres already have the cable television.
There are also a couple of legal streaming websites where you can watch the fight.