Our resident boxing expert Rob Tebbutt is backing Frazer Clarke to extend his winning record via a judges' decision as he headlines BOXXER’s latest fight card on Friday night.
So, we’ll see the return of Frazer Clarke this weekend as he takes on the grizzled, war-torn veteran Mariusz Wach at London’s iconic York Hall.
I am expecting to see Big Fraze clock up a few rounds in this fight against an opponent who has fought a who’s who of heavyweight boxing names over the years.
He’s shared the ring with the likes of Wladimir Klitschko, Alexander Povetkin and Dillian Whyte, and there’s no doubt that the experienced Pole is one of the toughest gatekeepers in the entire sport.
Because of that I would be looking at Clarke to get the victory, but only via the judges’ scorecards, which has been BOOSTED to 8/5!
It’s worth noting that Wach has only ever been stopped over eight rounds on two occasions in 46 career fights, so I do expect this one to go the full distance.
However, if you are one of those backing Clarke to get the stoppage that he craves, then I’d be looking at that to occur late on, during the second half of the fight; between rounds 6 – 10.
Wach is, of course, very tough, very skilled and very proven, but if Clarke is to grind him down and send him to the canvas, then I think it will be in the second half of the fight.
But for me, my play for the headline bout on Friday night has got to be for Big Fraze to extend his winning record by virtue of a decision, at 8/5.
On the undercard at York Hall we also see the return of women's lightweight sensation Caroline Dubois as she takes on Yanina Lescano over eight rounds.
Dubois comes into the fight on the back of five successive stoppage victories and I think there is plenty of value to be found in Dubois getting another stoppage under her belt at the BOOSTED price of 13/8.
She has plenty of power, lots of speed and great angles, and she is a really exciting prospect. I just fancy her to get the job done before the final bell.
I’m also going to be looking at her to get the stoppage between ‘Rounds 1 – 4’ which is available at, but for me, there is plenty of value in the stoppage at any time which, as I say, is available at 13/8.
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