Wardley vs Clarke Prediction: Promoter Eddie Hearn Gives SURPRISING Pick For Sunday's Big Heavyweight Fight

Wardley vs Clarke Prediction: Promoter Eddie Hearn Gives SURPRISING Pick For Sunday’s Big Heavyweight Fight

Unbeaten heavyweight rivals Fabio Wardley and Frazer Clarke will collide in a ‘Bad Blood’ showdown for the British and Commonwealth Titles, it was confirmed on the Buatsi-Azeez broadcast.

Reigning champion Wardley (17-0, 16 KOs) is on an incredible 16-fight KO streak, which has seen him steamroll his way through the domestic division.

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The 29-year-old from Ipswich looked at his devastating best last time out when dismantling David Adeleye on the Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou undercard on October 28th in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Bronze Medallist Clarke (8-0, 6 KOs) is just eight fights into his promising professional career.

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Last year, ‘Big Fraze’ banked ten valuable rounds against former world title challenger Mariusz Wach before retiring domestic rival David Allen in the sixth round to continue his unbeaten run.

Eddie Hearn’s Wardley vs Clarke Prediction

“It’s a good fight. I really like Fabio”, Hearn told BoxingNews, “I like Frazer. Frazer’s got tons of experience against a lot of good Heavyweights but not tons over the distance and nor’s Fabio because his fights have always ended quite quickly.”

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“Lean towards Frazer Clarke because of his experience against better Heavyweights but Fabio’s a sharpshooter. I expect Fabio to be very sharp early, it’s whether Frazer can close the distance, and use his work rate. He can punch a bit, it’s a pick’em fight.”

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Hearn, who promoted the majority of Wardley’s career, is edging the 2020 Olympic Bronze medallist to dethrone the British Heavyweight title.

Wardley goes into the fight as the bookies’ favourite and many in the trade are also picking the Dillian Whyte-managed fighter.

By Darshan Desai