Depends on how you perceive "better", and what you perceive to be a "wide" prop.
Actually, many would say a 350 DD couldn't turn a wide blade prop.
If you have a light boat and only care about hauling ass then perhaps you would prefer the warp drive.
If you don't like your ears ringing, have a heavier boat, want to get off the beach,
and want a nice slow cruise speed then the wider 2 blade would be the better bet.
Yes, the warp drive will potentially add less parasitic drag at WOT, but will demand being wound up to produce thrust.
The wider 2 blade will produce more thrust everywhere except possibly at near WOT.
So it depends on what your goals and expectations are. If you are realistic either will work; just depends on your preference.
IMO, the 2 blade is a better bet; but be aware that is presuming it is properly sized and not to big (long OR wide).
It is very easy to over prop a lower hp engine, which is more counter productive than many people realize.
Ultimately, you can only make so much thrust, with so much hp.