Fabio Wardley – Frazer Clarke Fight Results

04/01/2024 - No comments

Suffolk’s own Fabio Wardley, our Ipswich bruiser, went toe-to-toe with Frazer Clarke, and let me tell you, it was nothing short of a pub brawl!

Wardley and Clarke, the Olympic bronze beast, went toe-to-toe for the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles.  It was a proper scrap. Wardley, with moves slicker than a greased weasel, sent Clarke to the canvas in the fifth. But Clarke, tough as old boots, wasn’t having any of it and came back swinging.

YouTube video

The judges couldn’t pick a side so we had scores all over the shop: 114-113 for Wardley, 115-112 for Clarke, and a 113-113 tie. ! So, in the end, they called it a draw. Yep, you heard right—a draw. Wardley kept his belts, but the fight was so epic, everyone’s already excited for a rematch.

Clarke had a cracking start, landing uppercuts and bloodying Wardley’s nose. But Wardley wasn’t just there to make up the numbers. He turned the tables in the fifth, sending Clarke on a quick trip to the canvas. The drama didn’t stop there, folks. Clarke got a point taken off for fighting dirty with low blows. Naughty, naughty.

Beterbiev and Bivol Meet Face-to-Face ahead of Undisputed Light Heavyweight Showdown

As the fight wore on, it turned into an all-out brawl. Both warriors, battered and bruised, gave it their all, spilling guts and glory all over the ring. The crowd was on their feet, roaring like a bunch of lions at feeding time.

In the end, the fight was so evenly matched, calling it a draw seemed the only fair thing to do. But let’s be real, a fight this good deserves a sequel.

Leave a Comment