Wardley vs Clarke top major fight night in London on March 31

03/29/2024 - No comments

The O2 in London will play host to a heavyweight tussle that’s been brewing like a storm in a teacup. Fabio Wardley and Frazer Clarke are set to throw down over the British and Commonwealth Titles, and you can catch the fireworks live on Sky Sports in the UK and Ireland, and on Peacock stateside.

Wardley, with a track record as clean as a whistle at 17-0, with 16 of those coming by way of knockout, has been plowing through opponents like a hot knife through butter. Last seen in action turning David Adeleye into a pile of rubble on the undercard of the Fury vs Ngannou fight, the Ipswich powerhouse is all set to keep his knockout party rolling.

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Clarke, fresh from his Olympic bronze glory in Tokyo, has been making waves with a pristine 8-0 record. After tucking ten rounds under his belt against Mariusz Wach and sending David Allen packing, ‘Big Fraze’ is itching to prove he’s not just a big fish in a small pond.

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The beef between these two has been cooking on a slow burner, with a side order of drama over a cancelled purse bid last year adding a dash of spice to the mix. With both fighters eyeing the heavyweight throne in Britain, the air’s thick with tension and it’s all going to come to a head in a clash that’s got the fans on the edge of their seats.

Wardley’s buzzing like a bee about headlining at The O2, a place he practically calls his second home. He’s ready to teach Clarke a lesson that’s not in the Olympic curriculum – how to take a nap on the canvas.

Clarke, on his part, is chomping at the bit to get his hands on Wardley and cart the titles back to Burton upon Trent. He’s sick of the chit-chat and ready to let his fists do the talking.

Ben Shalom, the big boss at BOXXER, is all in on delivering this heavyweight saga to the fans, promising a night of fisticuffs that’ll go down in the annals of British boxing history.

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So, mark your calendars and get ready for a showdown that’s got more twists and turns than a soap opera. The undercard’s shaping up nicely too, promising a full night of pugilistic pleasure.

Before they square off in the ring, Wardley and Clarke will lock horns at a press conference on February 7th, setting the stage for a showdown that’s got everyone talking.

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