Heavyweight boxer on Fury vs Ngannou undercard left BLEEDING after huge fight breaks out at press conference

FABIO WARDLEY was left covered in blood after taking on home rival David Adeleye in the opening event between Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou.

The duo will fight for the British heavyweight title ahead of Fury’s Saudi showdown with the former UFC heavyweight champion.

Fabio Wardley suffered a cut above his left eye


Fabio Wardley suffered a cut above his left eyePhoto credit: IFL TV
Suffolk thug Wardely cut an angry figure after the fight


Suffolk thug Wardely cut an angry figure after the fight

The duo were both present at the pre-fight press event in London on Thursday.

And after bumping into each other on the red carpet, they got into an early exchange.

Suffolk thug Wardley suffered a wound next to his left eye after the altercation.

The footage showed Adeleye being pulled out of the fray and Wardely standing up after being bundled up.

Fight fans were quick to comment on the incident, with one saying: “I guess him.” [Adeleye] didn’t lie.

Another said: “Adeleye needs to relax. I will stop the fight.”

And another said: “Adeleye, don’t play.”

One remarked: “I hope it doesn’t jeopardize the fight. I don’t see the point of them fighting.”

“What happened and who started it? Just seems pointless.”

Another chimed in: “Lmao they should fight in the ring not at the fight announcement.”

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