Rank the undefeated British level Brit heavies

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by james5000, Sep 13, 2023.

  1. Throwback

    Throwback "Somebody wake up Hicks" Full Member

    Jul 11, 2020
    Oh I don't know, I quite like him ringside, and at least while he's there, the insufferable Bellew is elsewhere,......
  2. destruction

    destruction Boxing Junkie Full Member

    Mar 26, 2009
    Wardley is so middle class. You can even hear it in his accent.

    He should drop the act.
  3. DramaShow

    DramaShow 19 Full Member

    Dec 22, 2020
    Most potential:
    1) Moses Itauma
    2) Solomon Dacres
    3) Fraser Clarke
    4) Fabio Wardley
    5) Johnny Fisher
    6) David Adeleye

    Itauma is very raw but is a southpaw and we’ve heard great things about him from current British heavyweights.

    Fisher will probably grow into a better version of Adeleye. Pretty limited ability but strong going forward with fast hands.

    2-4 were the hardest to rank. Wardley punches much harder than Dacres and Clarke so there’s an argument to have him at 2. I just think he lacks the fundamentals and has a poor defence. I think he’s a KO waiting to happen. Although I reckon he beats Adeleye, if he’s sloppy he could get knocked out early on in rounds 1-4 which is Adeleye’s best chance.

    If Wardley wins as expected and fights Fraser Clarke next on Sky, I can only see Clarke winning to be honest.

    Dacres is the least well-known but is technically very good. I reckon if he takes his time and Matchroom give him the right fights he could end up having the best career of these guys outside of Itauma.