Heavy Duty: Fabio Wardley & Nathan Gorman contest British Heavyweight Title

Heavy duty: fabio wardley & nathan gorman contest british heavyweight title

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Unbeaten Fabio Wardley meets Nathan Gorman for the vacant Lord Lonsdale Heavyweight belt in chief support to Dillian Whyte’s fight with Jermaine Franklin this Saturday in London. We head into training camp with both fighters as they seek to land the coveted gold #WardleyGorman #Boxing

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Dillian Whyte is a British professional boxer, and former kickboxer and mixed martial artist. He has held the WBC interim heavyweight title since July 2019 as well as multiple regional heavyweight titles, including the British title from 2016 to 2017. He has lost twice, to Britain’s Anthony Joshua, and to Alexander Povetkin in September 2020.

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