The English featherweight Dean Trueman has signed a multi-fight deal, which will see him compete exclusively for CWFC in 2017.
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
Cage Warriors Fighting Championship returns to Newport, South Wales for the second time this year and features the rising stars of Welsh MMA.
To mark an historic night in MMA, the Cage Warriors team will join forces with BT Sport on November 12 to host ‘CW Unplugged,’ live from BT’s studio in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London.
The Cage Warriors Fighting Championship middleweight title has been vacated by Welshman Jack Marshman (20-5), in order to take up an offer from the UFC. The call up means that Marshman will become the first Welshman to compete in the organisation.
Chris Fishgold, the Cage Warriors lightweight champion and his teammate, the newly crowned featherweight champion Paddy Pimblett have both signed an extension deal with Cage Warriors, which will keep them with the promotion into 2017.
18 European fighters have inked deals with with the CWFC - as the promotion prepares for the last quarter of 2016 and 2017.
CWFC 78 was billed as ‘the homecoming’ and it didn’t disappoint as a packed house at the Echo Arena in Liverpool raised the roof for Chris Fishgold and Paddy Pimblett who walked away with first round wins in their title bouts
All 18 professional fighters made weight this afternoon for CWFC 78, which takes place tomorrow evening - Saturday, September 10 - at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, England.
Ahead of Paddy Pimblett’s Cage Warriors featherweight world title bout tomorrow, leading bookmaker Paddy Power has priced up a future bout with the biggest name in the sport, the UFC’s Conor McGregor.
This Saturday, September 10, Cage Warriors Fighting Championship returns to Liverpool’s Echo Arena with CWFC 78. As home crowd favourites Chris Fishgold and Paddy Pimblett feature in title tussles in front of a global TV audience.
Following a successful debut on July 8 on BT Sport, Cage Warriors can today confirm that its CWFC events will continue to be televised by the British broadcaster.
Cage Warriors Fighting Championship have bolstered their presentation team by adding Andy Friedlander and Alex Corbisiero to their on screen presentation team.
The CWFC is pleased to announce its eagerly anticipated return on April 15th at the Camden Centre in London’s famous Kings Cross area. The show will be broadcast live around the world at 9pm UK time.
The CWFC will have their opening event of 2016 on Friday, April 15th in London. More details to follow
“It’s time to play” says CWFC CEO Graham Boylan, as the lights and cameras will be back on during the start of 2016 as CWFC returns with a new board of directors and some big TV deals.. It
With the return of the CWFC imminent, watch the latest highlight video featuring some of the very best talent to have graced the CWFC stage. Who will follow in their footsteps next?
As was announced exclusively on the MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani last month; former Cage Warriors CEO Graham Boylan has acquired the I.P. (intellectual property) of the CWFC brand.
Some facts and figures from another big year for Cage Warriors Fighting Championship.
English middleweight Harry McLeman has signed a five-fight CWFC deal.
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