Fabio Wardley has shared the ring with several elite heavyweights in sparring and he’s now revealed who hits the hardest.
Despite sharing many rounds with the likes of Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, and Oleksandr Usyk, Wardley has named Dillian Whyte as the man who has the most power after spending plenty of time with the world title challenger.
Wardley returns to the ring this Saturday night against Michael Coffie in the support act of Anthony Joshua’s return against Jermaine Franklin, exclusively live on DAZN.
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After securing the British title against Nathan Gorman last November, Wardley now his eyes on bigger targets and he’s lifted the lid on what it’s like to go in against the division's best names.
“To date, I’ve ticked most of them off now, I’ve done Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte, Oleksandr Usyk, Filip Hrgovic, Derek Chisora,” said Wardley when speaking with talkSPORT.
“All the big names and top ten guys, I’ve ticked them all off, which is something I’m quite happy with and I’m thankful to them for giving me that opportunity.
“I’ve done more rounds with some than others but the single time I’ve been hit the hardest is Dillian Whyte I think when he’s caught me with that quick check left hook a few times and it catches you by surprise.”