Emotional Clarke Calls for Wardley Rematch

Frazer Clarke has called for a rematch with British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Fabio Wardley.

The two fought to a split draw in a tremendous contest at The O2 arena in London on Easter Sunday.

Clarke was wracked with emotion when he spoke to Sky Sports immediately after the fight.

"I wanted the titles," Clarke said with tears in his eyes. "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."

He does want an immediate rematch with Wardley.

"I hope so. I'd love a rematch. I'd love to fight Fabio again," he told Sky Sports.

"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."

But he added: "He didn't beat me."