Cage Warriors announce fights for November 12 – ‘CW Unplugged’
Cage Warriors announces several bouts for their November 12 event - a night when the promotion will join forces with BT Sport to host ‘CW Unplugged’ live from the broadcaster’s studios in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
A lightweight contest between Saul Rogers and Mick Sinclair is set for London’s Copper Box Arena on November 15.
Matt Inman and Lewis Long will square off in a welterweight bout at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena on Saturday, November 1.
London’s Copper Box Arena will host two main cards on November 15, with bouts featuring Duffy, Omoyele and much more added to the bill.
Eight more exciting bouts have been added to the bill for Newcastle on Saturday, November 1.
Juan Manuel Suarez and Jimmy Wallhead will lock horns in Newcastle on November 1.
Tom Breese will make his CWFC debut against Philip Mulpeter at London’s Copper Box Arena on Saturday, November 15, 2014.
Nicolas Dalby will put his CWFC welterweight world title on the line against Mohsen Bahari in London on November 15.
A fourth-round submission of Cory Tait saw Toni Tauru clinch the vacant CWFC bantamweight belt in Newport, Wales.
The vacant CWFC bantamweight world title is up for grabs as challengers Toni Tauru and Cory Tait make weight ahead of of CWFC 72.
Nicolas Dalby’s first CWFC welterweight title defence has been cancelled following the withdrawal of Gael Grimaud.
Check out everything you need to know about Cage Warriors 72 in Newport, Wales, on Saturday, September 13.
Jack Marshman and Che Mills will aim to leave their mark on the CWFC middleweight division this weekend at CWFC 72 in Wales.
Flyweight contenders Shaj Haque and Damien Rooney are set to meet in Newcastle on Saturday, November 1.
CageWarriors.com catches up with CWFC bantamweight world title challenger Toni Tauru.
A lightweight bout between John Maguire and Brad Wheeler will take place at CWFC 74 in London on November 15.
Stevie Ray will defend his CWFC lightweight world title in a rubber match against Curt Warburton in Newcastle on November 1.
Pannie Kianzad and Agnieszka Niedzwiedz will compete to become the first ever CWFC women’s bantamweight world champion on November 15.
Tom Breese will make his long-awaited return to action at CWFC 74 at the Copper Box in London on Saturday, November 15.
Jack Hermansson retained his CWFC middleweight world title with an emphatic win over Deyan Topalski in Amman, Jordan.
The CWFC middleweight world title is on the line as champion Jack Hermansson and challenger Deyan Topalski make weight ahead of CWFC 71.
Cage Warriors 72: Review
Event: Cage Warriors 72
Venue: Newport Centre, Newport, Wales
Cage Warriors 71: Review
Event: Cage Warriors 71
Venue: King Hussein Boxing Arena, Amman, Jordan