The Kiwi heavyweight said he is unlikely to speak at a Whanganui "closed motivational session for Māori and Pasifika boys" if changes aren’t made.
Speaking alongside Parker in Auckland today his promoter David Higgins said his the heavyweight aims to fight for another five years.
Parker said he's "really dissapointed" the event is advertised as "a closed motivational session for Māori and Pasifika boys".
Eddie Hearn believes Parker has a point to prove and that the winner on Sunday will be a step closer to a title shot.
The former WBO heavyweight champion showed no signs of nerves while jamming out on live TV in the UK.
Whyte clearly tried to get under Parker's skin in their 'Gloves are off' interview ahead of the pair's July 29 London bout.
That's according to Parker's promoter David Higgins who spoke to media ahead of the July 29 London bout.
The controversial ‘Gypsy King’ apologised to Wilder after his unification fight with IBF, WBA and WBO champ Anthony Joshua fell through.