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    Default Cage Warriors 52: Grimaud versus Pendred - London, March 9

    Cathal Pendred gets his CWFC welterweight title shot in London on March 9...

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

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    Cant wait for this
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    It's a good fight, but to be fair it's no Semi Pro NSAC B Class Catchweight Title fight with no elbows in Lancashire featuring someone's mate who they occasionally train with. Which is what people rave on about nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iandean View Post
    It's a good fight, but to be fair it's no Semi Pro NSAC B Class Catchweight Title fight with no elbows in Lancashire featuring someone's mate who they occasionally train with. Which is what people rave on about nowadays.
    Is it fought under Wartime rules?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iandean View Post
    Semi Pro NSAC B Class Catchweight Title fight with no elbows in Lancashire
    This sounds fantastic, have you anymore details?


    To be fair, it is a massive fight. I thing Grimaud takes it just. Don't think there is a lack of appreciation there for the fight, maybe just as it's a little while away people have yet to build up any hype.

    Do agree that some strange matches get talked up as the "fight of the year" or of fighters that are so awesome. More credit needs to be given for shows that put on big match-ups that are meaningful not a Catchweight contest that determines the best fighter in their village
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    Quote Originally Posted by iandean View Post
    It's a good fight, but to be fair it's no Semi Pro NSAC B Class Catchweight Title fight with no elbows in Lancashire featuring someone's mate who they occasionally train with. Which is what people rave on about nowadays.
    Will there be a raffle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben CQ View Post
    Will there be a raffle?
    uuurrrgh Raffles at fight shows make me sick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoomBoom666 View Post
    uuurrrgh Raffles at fight shows make me sick.
    Almost as much as the show I attended where they called members of the audience into the cage to take part in a pushup contest.
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    On the more important issue of the fight....

    Awesome fight, I got Cathal to win this UD
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    Close fight, Pendred didnt really get enough credit for me on last years wins. Bielkheden and Carvahlo are two hugely experienced guys to get wins over.

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