Frazer Clarke Calls for Rematch After Gripping Draw

Frazer Clarke Calls for Rematch After Gripping Draw


In a thrilling clash for the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles, Frazer Clarke and Fabio Wardley fought to a gripping draw at The O2 arena in London on Easter Sunday. The bout left fans on the edge of their seats, as both fighters showcased their skills and determination in the ring.

Speaking to Sky Sports after the fight, Clarke couldn't hide his emotions. With tears in his eyes, he expressed his disappointment at not securing the titles. "I wanted the titles," Clarke lamented. "I want to be champion. It's going to hurt for a little bit because I'm a winner."

Despite the draw, Clarke remained resolute, promising to return with a vengeance. "I'll be back with a vengeance. I promise you now. I've not lost, I drew but I'll be back with a vengeance," he declared passionately.

Clarke wasted no time in calling for a rematch with Wardley, eager to settle the score in the ring. "I hope so. I'd love a rematch. I'd love to fight Fabio again," he stated, acknowledging Wardley's toughness but asserting that he wasn't beaten.

Reflecting on the fight, Clarke acknowledged areas where he could have performed better. He admitted to lapses in discipline and aggression, which he believes ultimately affected the outcome. "There's moments in fights where you have to switch it up and be a little bit more vicious," Clarke reflected. "I stood in front of him a couple of times and there were a couple of times where I just needed to change that gear."

Despite facing setbacks such as a point deduction for a low blow and being knocked down in the fifth round, Clarke demonstrated resilience and determination. He recalled the moment he rose from the canvas, determined to continue fighting. "Everyone at home is thinking I'm done there. I'm telling you now I know I wasn't done," he asserted confidently.

Clarke's performance in the ring also served to challenge misperceptions about him as a professional boxer. "I feel like a lot of people in the industry had no respect for my name," he confessed. "I hope I showed I'm made of the right stuff."

Looking ahead, Clarke is optimistic about his future in the sport. He believes that with a few tweaks and changes, he can achieve his goal of becoming a champion. "With a few tweaks and changes I'll be a champion. I will be a champion. I promise you," he affirmed.

The draw between Clarke and Wardley has set the stage for an eagerly anticipated rematch, with fans eager to see the two heavyweight contenders go head-to-head once again. As Clarke continues to hone his skills and refine his approach, his determination to claim the titles remains unwavering.

In the unpredictable world of boxing, one thing is certain: Frazer Clarke's journey is far from over. With his unwavering determination and fighting spirit, he is destined for greatness in the ring.


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