"It was undoubtedly one of the biggest years in the history of Cage Warriors," noted Boylan. "We held one hundred and eight professional fights over the course of twelve events, created over forty jobs and kept fighters busy and paid.
"We visited nine different countries, with each show being broadcasted on television to one hundred and five million homes, as well as worldwide on MMAJunkie.com, and put the spotlight on the fighters.
"For me, I think thatís as successful as you could possibly get for a promotion that was dead eighteen months ago. Correct me if Iím wrong, but there are only three organisations in the world that do over ten shows in a year: the UFC, Bellator and now Cage Warriors."