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In Cage Warriors’ final event of 2016, it turned out to be a long night for the defending CWFC champions as both Paddy Pimblett and Chris Fishgold each required the full five rounds to retain their featherweight and lightweight titles.
CAGE WARRIORS director Graham Boylan has promised to take the promotion to “the next level” in 2012.
Cage Warriors have revealed part of the organisation’s schedule for 2012, which includes dates and destinations for nine CWFC shows.
Cage Warriors Fighting Championship continues to focus on fighter safety and raising standards within mixed martial arts in Europe. Going forward, we will subsequently introduce mandatory blood-testing for all of our fighters.
“It’s always a pleasure to fight on Cage Warriors because it’s the top show in Europe. It’s so well-organised and they host amazing fights.”
Cage Warriors can confirm that it has parted company with Ashleigh Grimshaw, after agreeing to release the 29-year-old from his contract.
“I wasn’t happy with my performance. I got the win, which was good, but it took me two rounds to get my head into the fight.”
“I want to get to the top. I believe Kraniotakes is the top heavyweight on Cage Warriors so if I have to go through Jay to get to him, that’s what I’ll do.”
Joseph Duffy insists he’ll return a more determined fighter in 2012, having been beaten by Ivan Musardo at Cage Warriors 44 last weekend.
“I am looking forward to fighting on Cage Warriors again to defend my title. I will defend it against anyone they offer me.”
Having been ruled out of his scheduled clash with Dayman Lake at Cage Warriors 44 due to a back injury, Jay Mortimore (6-2-0) has returned to light training at Lion’s Den in Exeter.
Jack Mason says he’s keen to put the disappointment of Saturday’s loss to Brian Foster behind him and is now setting his sights on a shot at the vacant CWFC middleweight title in 2012.
Joseph Duffy will have surgery tomorrow on the hand injury he sustained during Saturday’s defeat to Ivan Musardo at Cage Warriors 44.
The Fight Lounge have released the nominations for their first annual UK MMA Awards, with Cage Warriors featuring prominently across a number of categories.
Canadian broadcaster Fight Network was one of several stations that televised Cage Warriors 44 live from the HMV Forum in London on Saturday night. Check out their re-cap of the action…
Some of MMA’s most popular websites have been giving their verdict on Cage Warriors 44, hailing Saturday night’s event at the HMV Forum in London as a massive success.
During the course of last night’s Cage Warriors 44 show at the HMV Forum in London, CWFC officials were made aware of an issue with the live Premier Sports broadcast of the event.
Joseph Duffy brought a large and vocal band of supporters to the HMV Forum tonight but they were stunned into silence when Ivan Musardo secured a 4th round submission victory over the Irishman to be crowned CWFC lightweight champion.
Keep up to date with all the action from Cage Warriors 44 as it happens tonight at the HMV Forum in London.
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October 1 has finally arrived, which means Cage Warriors 44 will hit the HMV Forum in Kentish Town, London tonight. Here’s all the essential information about this evening’s show…
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