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Thread: Cage Warriors 50 confirmed for Glasgow on December 8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    i think grant would surprise a lot of people. nobody give him a chance with pennington, and he ran through him. but as some1 said he is dropping to fly so that couldnt happen
    Ran through him?
    WTF?
    All bar the craziest slippery armbar escape he could of lost within a minute.
    Watch the fight, I'd say it was touch and go for either fighter.
    If you love fighting you can never really lose!!!!!
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    http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=D8qJW...%3DD8qJWHwQTIs

    James had a neck injury before this bout but did not want to pull out, the guy is a warrior. Also he has been injured since the fight because of the same injury.
    We made no excuses regards Davey's win, he fought a fantastic fight and deserved it but Davey even he told me he thought he was done when the arm was trapped.
    Hardly the walk over you describe.
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    Cage Warriors 50: Whiteford v Fishgold off; Sutherland, Connor and Enlund get new opponents

    http://www.cagewarriors.com/news/art...and_enlund_get

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    That's a shit load of changes!!

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    are there much more fights than the 7 listed? If so when are we finding out about them?

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    At the moment there are seven pro fights on the card, plus another four bouts on the amateur undercard. There may be one more pro fight added.

    All these pull-outs came together in the space of a couple of days and Ian Dean did an outstanding job of sourcing replacements and keeping the card together.

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    That card is still looking great - Sutherland vs. Askham is an awesome fight, McCrum vs. Enlund is cool too. Shame about Fishgold vs. Whiteford, but shit happens! Wouldn't be surprised if there were other factors involved there.

    Beer vs. Turner is worthy of any main card!

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    Behind the scenes at the Griphouse with Paul McVeigh...


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    Huge step up in competition for Askham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzly. View Post
    Huge step up in competition for Askham.
    You sound suprised

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