ANTHONY YARDE has vowed to show his true self tonight in his rematch against Lyndon Arthur.
Yarde says he was below his best when he surprisingly dropped a split decision to Arthur a year ago to suffer his second pro loss.
The former light-heavyweight world title challenger was still suffering from the hammer blow of losing his dad and three grandparents to coronavirus.
Yarde claims he is better emotionally now and that Arthur will face a different fighter at London's Copper Box when they clash for the WBO Intercontinental and Common wealth light-heavyweight titles. “When I watched the fight back, I was looking at myself and I was shaking my head thinking, 'This is s**t, said the Ilford fighter.
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