Wardley vs Clarke live stream: How to watch fight online and on TV tonight

This Easter Sunday, Fabio Wardley and Frazer Clarke will clash in a long-awaited heavyweight title fight in London.

Wardley and Clarke seemed to be on a collision course in 2023, but an agreement between the Britons could not be reached, with Wardley instead defending his national title against David Adeleye in October.

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Wardley won that contest in Saudi Arabia via seventh-round TKO, with Olympic medalist Clarke beating Mariusz Wach and David Allen in the meantime.

Now, Wardley and Clarke will finally square off, with the British title and each man’s unbeaten record on the line at the O2 Arena.

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When is the fight?

Wardley vs Clarke is scheduled to take place on Sunday 31 March at the O2 Arena in London.

The earliest fight will begin at 5pm BST tonight (9am PT, 11am CT, 12pm ET), with the main card starting one hour later, and main-event ring walks expected at around 8.30pm BST (12.30pm PT, 2.30pm CT, 3.30pm ET).

How can I watch it?

In the UK, the fights will air live on Sky Sports. In the US, Peacock will air the action live.

If you’re travelling abroad and want to watch the event, you might need a VPN to unblock your streaming app. Our VPN round-up is here to help and includes deals on VPNs in the market. Viewers using a VPN need to make sure that they comply with any local regulations where they are and also with the terms of their service provider.


Wardley (left) with Boxxer chief Ben Shalom (centre) and Clarke (Getty Images)
Wardley (left) with Boxxer chief Ben Shalom (centre) and Clarke (Getty Images)

Wardley – 4/9

Clarke – 7/4

Draw – 18/1

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Full card (subject to change)

Fabio Wardley (C) vs Frazer Clarke (British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles)

Florian Marku vs Chris Kongo (welterweight)

Ben Whittaker vs Leon Willings (light-heavyweight)

Viddal Riley vs Mikael Lawal (cruiserweight)

Callum Simpson vs Dulla Mbabe (super-middleweight)

Alen Babic vs Steve Robinson (heavyweight)