Sunday, April 14

Betting Odds, Live Streaming, Undercard

Highlights

  • Fabio Wardley set to defend British heavyweight title against Frazer Clarke in epic showdown of unbeaten fighters with knockout power.
  • Undercard features top-tier matchups including Ben Whittaker, Florian Marku, and Alen Babic, promising a thrilling night for fans.
  • Wardley vs Clarke showdown to take place on Sunday, March 31 at O2 Arena in London, with undercard beginning at 7 pm and main event at 10 pm UK Time.



In a much-anticipated clash for the British heavyweight title, Fabio Wardley is gearing up to defend his British heavyweight title against formidable opponent Frazer Clarke. Wardley, who clinched the belt in a stunning victory over David Adeleye last year, remains undefeated and boasts an impressive 16-fight knockout streak. The upcoming bout promises to be a showdown of epic proportions, with both men displaying knockout power in previous bouts.

Challenging Wardley’s reign is Clarke, a rising star who secured a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics and has yet to taste defeat in his eight-fight professional career. With both fighters possessing unparalleled determination and skill, the clash is expected to be nothing short of electrifying.

Adding to the excitement, Viddal Riley and Ben Whittaker are set to feature on the undercard, ensuring fans are treated to a thrilling evening of top-tier boxing action. The stage is set for a Sunday spectacle that promises to deliver high-octane drama in the O2 in London.



Fabio Wardley vs. Frazier Clarke Start Time And Date

Sky Sports Will Stream The Event

This heavyweight showdown spanning 12 rounds is scheduled to unfold on Sunday, March 31, at the iconic O2 Arena in London. The undercard festivities are set to kick off at 7 pm, with the highly-anticipated main event slated for 10 pm UK Time.

Wardley vs Clarke: Undercard Revealed

The British Card Is Stacked With Entertaining Fights

In a lineup brimming with electrifying matchups the undercard for the Wardley vs Clarke showdown promises to set the stage on fire.

Ben Whittaker, boasting a record of 6 wins, 5 of which came by way of knockout, is poised to seize the spotlight once again. Fresh off his victory over Graidia on the Buatsi-Azeez card at Wembley, Whittaker aims to deliver yet another viral performance.


Meanwhile, Florian Marku, the undefeated former IBF International Champion, continues his relentless pursuit of victory. Having dispatched Dylan Moran in under 60 seconds on the undercard of the Liam Smith vs Chris Eubank Jr rematch in Manchester on September 2nd.

Also gracing the arena is the renowned Croatian heavyweight, Alen Babic, with an impressive record of 11 wins, 10 of which were by knockout. Having previously triumphed at The O2 against opponents like former World Title challenger Eric Molina, Babic is set to continue his quest for dominance. Despite a setback in his unbeaten streak during a title challenge against Lukasz Rozanski for the WBC Bridgerweight World Title in Poland last April, the 33-year-old remains undeterred. He faces Steve ‘Drago’ Robinson in an attempt to get back to his winning ways.

  • Florian Marku vs Chris Kongo
  • Viddal Riley vs Mikael Lawal
  • Ben Whittaker vs Leon Willings
  • Alen Babic vs Steve Robinson
  • Callum Simpson vs Dulla Mbabe


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