Matchmaking Underway For Cage Warriors Fight Night 2 And Cage Warriors 44
Just over one week ago Cage Warriors held yet another action packed event at the historic HMV Forum in North London, England. As fans in attendance and around the world saw nine exciting professional Mixed Martial Arts bouts which were streamed live on the internet and shown live on Television.
Despite having promoted five events in three different countries already this year, the team behind the long standing UK promotion have already moved-on to the next challenge as the busy 2011 Cage Warriors schedule shows no sign of abating. Already preparations have begun for events on September 8th and October 1st which take place in Amman and London respectively.
First up will be Cage Warriors Fight Night 2 on Thursday 8th September, as Cage Warriors look to capitalise on a successful first event in the Kingdom with another high quality show. However due to overwhelming demand the CWFC team have been forced to move from the glamorous but limited surrounding of the 1000 seater event centre at Le Royal Hotel to the 360 degree, 2500 seater, New Boxing Arena at King Hussein Youth City, which is located in the heart of Amman, Jordan.
Arguably one of the most successful and glamorous events in the promotion’s near nine year history, the previous CWFC Fight Night show provided ticket holders with a true VIP experience. Whilst the build-up to the event saw extensive media coverage in Amman, which culminated with a live public weigh-in at the Virgin Megastore at the City Mall, which featured live performances from the ’ Arabs got Talent’ finalist Johnny Madness and the recent Middle East Music Award winner DJ Shadia.
Now Cage Warriors will return and will bring another international card to Jordan, which will be supported by an undercard filled with local talent from the North Africa and Middle East area.
Whilst closer to home the CWFC team are also busy preparing for their next London show on October 1st. As Cage Warriors 44 will see twelve high level professional bouts and several Amateur match-ups. This event will also hold special significance as it will be held exactly one year after the first Cage Warriors show at the HMV forum, which was also the first event held under the current management team.
Since both dates were announced earlier this month the CWFC team have been inundated with requests from managers and fighters across Europe and beyond, as more people in the MMA industry express their desire to work with one of Europe’s most respected and talked about MMA promotions.
Both of these events will be shown live online and on television around the world thanks to the CWFC’s ever growing list of broadcast partners and will feature international talent from Europe and the United States, as they look to mark their mark on the world stage and maybe even take home some Championship gold, as several CWFC Title plans are also planned for these events.
As was previously mentioned the CWFC team have already started the matchmaking process for these events. If you wish to be included in these events or require any other information on the Cage Warriors Fighting Championship please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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