Steve O’Keeffe will tackle Conor McGregor in a highly-anticipated featherweight battle at Cage Warriors 45 in February, and the Londoner says the bout has left him feeling more excited than any other has in his professional career to date.
“I think I’m definitely an outsider but I plan to change that. I’m going to thrive on this opportunity and I’ll be ready to beat whoever’s put in front of me.”
“I want to show people that my career is not over and that I’m still relevant in the lightweight picture. I plan on proving that by capturing the Cage Warriors lightweight title next year.”
Brad Wheeler will face one of the toughest challenges of his professional career to date on February 18, 2012 when he takes on highly-rated Irishman Norman Parke in a lightweight clash at Cage Warriors 45 at London’s HMV Forum.
Having been announced as the latest addition to the CWFC 45 card last week, Cage Warriors can confirm that Steve O’Keeffe (5-1-0) will clash with Conor McGregor at the February 18 show at London’s HMV Forum.
Three more fighters have been added to the card for Cage Warriors 45, which will take place at the HMV Forum in Kentish Town, London on February 18.
Victor Cheng says he’s training harder than ever before as he aims to clinch the Cage Warriors middleweight title in 2012.
UFC vet Kyle Watson will make his first appearance on a Cage Warriors card in 2012, with the Illinois lightweight signing up for CWFC Fight Night 3 on February 9.
A new CWFC middleweight champion will be crowned in 2012 via an eight-man tournament which will kick off at Cage Warriors Fight Night 3 on February 9.
Brett Sizeland is eagerly looking forward to his third Cage Warriors appearance in February and the MMA Clinic middleweight is hoping for a big year in 2012.
Brett Sizeland is the latest fighter to be added to the card for Cage Warriors 45.
Joseph Duffy has suffered a blow in his recovery from a hand injury after being informed that he’ll now be out of action until next summer.
UFC-bound Jake Hecht has thanked Cage Warriors for giving him the opportunity to take his career to the next level.
Cage Warriors will return to the HMV Forum in Kentish Town, London on February 18, 2012 and appearing on the CWFC 45 card will be Jack ‘The Stone’ Mason, one of the UK’s top middleweights.
Four more of the UK’s top talents have been added to the Warrior Promotions stable following the signings of Mike Ling, Phil Harris, Mok Rahman and James Brum.
“My plan with Cage Warriors is to go unbeaten to the bantamweight belt and to show the world what I can do.”
Cage Warriors veteran Jake Hecht (10-2-0) will make his UFC debut next month after signing a four-fight deal with the organisation.
Irish lightweight Joseph Duffy has returned to the gym this week for the first time since his clash with Ivan Musardo at Cage Warriors 44.
The Cage Warriors Fighting Championship is proud to announce the signing of the 21 year old Welsh Bantamweight Kris Edwards (6-3-0) to an exclusive multi fight deal.
“I can’t wait for my next fight on Cage Warriors. Hopefully I’ll be fighting for the title at some point. I sure am eager to be involved in the Cage Warriors international shows.”
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