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Frazer Clarke demands rematch with Fabio Wardley after draw: ‘I’ll be back with a vengeance’

Frazer Clarke demands rematch with Fabio Wardley after draw: ‘I’ll be back with a vengeance’

Boxer Frazer Clarke has demanded a rematch with Fabio Wardley following their draw.

The 32-year-old heavyweight was unable to defeat his opponent in his quest to win the British and Commonwealth titles last night (31.03.24) and has now insisted the pair need to face off again to decide who the ultimate victor is.

When Sky Sports asked ‘The Eraser’ if he wanted to get back in the ring with Wardley, he said: “I'd love a rematch. I'd love to fight Fabio again.

“I know he's had more fights than me. He’s a tough boy. As much as I'm trying to inspire a lot of people I think Fabio will inspire a lot of people because if you're tough and you're game, which I always knew, you can do something in boxing. Because he's got that about him.”

Clarke insisted although he was “hurt” by outcome, he would be “back with a vengeance”.

He said: “I wanted the titles. I want to be champion.

“It's going to hurt for a little bit because I'm a winner.

“As much as I'm the nice guy who floats around and speaks to everyone there's a demon in me, that's wanting to get out. I'm a winner.

“I'll be back with a vengeance. I promise you now. I'll be back with a vengeance. I've not lost, I drew but I'll be back with a vengeance.”

During the match, the boxer was dropped in the fifth round and was deducted a point for a low blow that ultimately prevented him from leaving the ring with the titles.

However, Clarke emphasised he wasn’t disappointed in his performance.

He said: “I'm not saying I let myself down. I'm saying I thought I was better than some of those daft right hands. I thought I was better than moving my feet in some of them situations. But listen, I'll live with it, but it's a difficult one.

“I'll pick the bones out of that. I'll be so disciplined in my boxing a little bit more next time. And I hate saying that because there should be no next time. It's all about then.”

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