“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 director Graham Boylan has promised to take the promotion to “the next level” in 2012.
“It’s always a pleasure to fight on Cage Warriors because it’s the top show in Europe. It’s so well-organised and they host amazing fights.”
“I wasn’t happy with my performance. I got the win, which was good, but it took me two rounds to get my head into the fight.”
“I want to get to the top. I believe Kraniotakes is the top heavyweight on Cage Warriors so if I have to go through Jay to get to him, that’s what I’ll do.”
Joseph Duffy insists he’ll return a more determined fighter in 2012, having been beaten by Ivan Musardo at Cage Warriors 44 last weekend.
“I am looking forward to fighting on Cage Warriors again to defend my title. I will defend it against anyone they offer me.”
Having been ruled out of his scheduled clash with Dayman Lake at Cage Warriors 44 due to a back injury, Jay Mortimore (6-2-0) has returned to light training at Lion’s Den in Exeter.
Jack Mason says he’s keen to put the disappointment of Saturday’s loss to Brian Foster behind him and is now setting his sights on a shot at the vacant CWFC middleweight title in 2012.
Cage Warriors matchmaker Ian Dean gives his expert view on some of the action at CWFC 44 on Saturday.
“I can’t wait to get back on Cage Warriors to do damage to Malone’s big mouth. I’m going to knock him out.”
Ahead of CWFC 44 in London on Saturday, CageWarriors.com caught up with director Graham Boylan to discuss this weekend’s show, as well as what lies in store for the promotion in 2012.
“Brian is always a positive person who takes any setback as just another challenge in his life.”
Brad Wheeler has no concerns about taking on Kevin Donnelly this weekend, insisting that he’s already been in the cage with more difficult opponents than the 28-year-old Lion’s Den fighter.
Building momentum is the aim for Kieran ‘The Hater’ Malone, as he prepares to face David Howell in a lightweight bout at Cage Warriors 44 on Saturday night.
Ashleigh Grimshaw will be keen to make it three Cage Warriors wins out of three when he returns to action at the HMV Forum in London next weekend.
With a temporary absence from fighting likely to follow next week’s bout with Dean Reilly at Cage Warriors 44, Steve O’Keeffe is eager to impress.
Having not fought since November of last year, Neil Seery says he’s looking forward to returning to the cage at the HMV Forum next week when he’ll make his Cage Warriors debut against Niko Gjoka.
Brian Foster sets out on a new journey in London next week at Cage Warriors 44.
Despite his reputation for finishing fights in the first round, Joseph Duffy says he’ll be fully prepared if his bout with Ivan Musardo goes the distance at Cage Warriors 44.
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