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CWFC 74: Rogers vs. Sinclair


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Saul Rogers (Photo: Dolly Clew | Cage Warriors)

The highly-anticipated card for Cage Warriors 74 continues to get bigger and better.

A lightweight bout between English pair Saul Rogers and Mick Sinclair has today been added to the bill for Cage Warriors Fighting Championship’s thirteenth event of the year.

Cage Warriors 74 will take place on Saturday, November 15, at the Copper Box Arena in the Olympic Park in London, England, and tickets are currently on sale via, priced from just £25 (plus booking fee).

Rogers (8-1) returns to action at CWFC 74 on the back of the biggest win of his career so far this past March in Dublin, Ireland.

The 24-year-old, who represents Manchester’s SBG camp, upset five-time UFC veteran John Maguire in the main event at CWFC 65, taking a unanimous-decision triumph.

With six of his eight career victories coming by way of submission, Rogers holds other notable wins over Artem Lobov, Martin Sheridan and Jason Cooledge.

“I’m looking forward to being back in action in London and I’m glad I’ve got a tough match-up in Mick Sinclair, because I want to keep evolving by testing myself against the best guys in the division,” said Rogers.

“We’re both explosive fighters so I think it’ll make for a very exciting fight on the night. It’s definitely not one the fans will want to miss.”

Mick Sinclair (Photo: Dolly Clew | Cage Warriors)

Sinclair (12-4), who’s also a Lancashire native, will be returning to the cage on November 15 after a lay-off of over a year.

The well-rounded 32-year-old, who has taken ten of his twelve wins by stoppage, with an equal number of wins coming via submission and (T)KO, has overcome the likes of Ashleigh Grimshaw and Jason Ball during an eight-year professional career.

Sinclair will be looking to rebound from a loss to former CWFC lightweight world champion Ivan Buchinger in the semi-finals of the promotion’s title tournament in October 2013.

He said: “It was great being back on Cage Warriors last year for the first time in quite a while; it’s such a professional and well-run show and is a privilege to fight on. I’m looking forward to the next challenge on November 15.”

Cage Warriors 74 will feature two main cards, both of which will be headlined by a world title bout, with Nicolas Dalby defending his CWFC welterweight strap against Mohsen Bahari, and Pannie Kianzad and Agnieszka Niedzwiedz contesting the first ever CWFC women’s bantamweight world title fight.

Check out the fully updated fight card below…

Cage Warriors 74 (more bouts to be announced; order TBC)

Nicolas Dalby vs. Mohsen Bahari
Pannie Kianzad vs. Agnieszka Niedzwiedz
Julien Boussuge vs. Joseph Duffy
Saul Rogers vs. Mick Sinclair
Tom Breese vs. Philip Mulpeter
Andy Manzolo vs. Bola Omoyele
John Maguire vs. Brad Wheeler
Sean Carter vs. Tim Wilde
Lee Caers vs. Michael Johnson
Spencer Hewitt vs. Scott Pooley
James Hurrell vs. Carl Kinslow
Emma Delaney vs. Anna Elmose
Molly McCann vs. Slavka Vitali
Pelu Adetola vs. Darren Stewart

Priced from just £25 plus booking fee, tickets for CWFC 74 at the Copper Box Arena in London on Saturday, November 15, are currently available from Click HERE to get yours!

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