frazer clarke The athlete, who won a bronze medal at the Olympics, will take the next step in his professional career this weekend. Lawrence OkolieConflict with David Light.

Clarke will face late substitute Bogdan Dinu in the heavyweight match before Okolie defends the WBO cruiserweight title at the main event in Manchester.

Team GB star Clarke is 5-0 professionally with four knockouts to his name. He last stopped Kevin Nicolas Espindola in January, and Rydell Booker would be next for the 31-year-old.

Instead, “Big Fraze” will face the soon-to-be Romanian Dinu (20-4, 16 KOs).

Here is everything you need to know.


Okolie vs Light will be played on Saturday 25 March at the AO Arena in Manchester.

The main event will begin at 19:00 GMT, and the main event ring marches are expected to take place at approximately 22:00 GMT.

How can I watch?

In the UK, the event will be streamed live on Sky Sports, which will stream the fights live on the Sky Go app.

No US publishers have been announced yet.


Okoli – 1/10

Lightweight – 11/2

Draw – 18/1

Exact odds with Betway.

Full card (subject to change)

Lawrence Okolie (front) and friend Anthony Joshua (Steven Paston/PA)

(PA Wire)

Lawrence Okolie (current) vs David Light (WBO world lightweight title)

Michael Gomez Jr vs Levi Giles (super featherweight)

Frazer Clarke vs Bogdan Dinu (heavyweight)

Callum Simpson vs Celso Neves (super middleweight)

Aaron McKenna vs Lukas Ndafoluma (middleweight)

Samuel Antwi vs Omir Rodriguez (superweight)

Shakiel Thompson vs Robert Talarek (middleweight)

Karriss Artingstall vs Linzi Buczynskyj (featherweight)

Rhys Edwards vs Brian Phillips (featherweight)

Frankie Stringer vs TBA (light)

Harvey Lambert vs Casey Brown (superweight)

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