Starting tonight, Cage Warriors are putting on three back to back events. Each card as stacked as the next.
Cage Warriors has developed a lot of talent over the years, and helped start off a lot of successful UFC careers.
Everybody loves an up and comer, but what’s more exciting than a prospect who’s undefeated?
Here, we’ll look at the three events and who’s 0 could go.
Together, there are 12 fighters with a combined record of 48 wins and 0 losses.
Let’s take a look at them below…
CW 114: THURSDAY
Jake Hadley 5-0
“White Kong” has the best record of the night, as far as an undefeated run goes. His last fight was in Bellator almost exactly a year ago, where he won by Submission. An impressive win tonight and advancing to 6-0 could put Hadley on the cusp of something big.
Michal Figlak 2-0 vs Oban Elliot 3-0
It’s England v Wales and the prize is keeping your record in tact. Both fighters have gotten off to a good start, with a combined record of 5 wins and no losses.
John Mitchell 1-0
A tall Lightweight, standing at 6’0” tall and born in Ireland. He made his debut at CW 110 when he decisioned Eric Nolan. He faces Alan Brykalski, an Englishmen with a record of 1-2.
CW 115: FRIDAY
Jack Cartwright 8-0
Headlining Fridays event, English Bantamweight, Cartwright, will face Gerardo Fanny. Gerardo also has a record of 9 wins and just 1 loss. It’ll be a great test and these are the types of records matching up we expect to see in the UFC.
Adam Wilson 5-0
With 5 wins, no losses and 3 finishes, the scouser is looking to make a statement when he faces the only Brazilian on the card. His opponent is on a 2 fight win streak, both by finishes and his last loss was to now IFC fighter Jack Shore.
Ian Garry 3-0
At 6’3” and 170lbs, “the Future” is going to be a problem for anyone. He went the distance in his debut, but since then has finished his past two opponents. One by TKO and the other by Sub
Ben Ellis 2-0
Opening up the card is the undefeated Welshman. His opponent has a record of 5-2, so this should be a good test for the youngster.
CW 116: SATURDAY
Mason Jones 9-0
Headlining the third and final fight card is one of the most experienced fighters across the trilogy. He faced 12-1 Englishman, Adam Proctor. Proctor’s only loss came back in 2016, so both fighters are on a good run and looking to take that next step.
Paul Hughes 5-0
One of the most exciting prospects on the roster. Not only is Hughes 5-0, but he has finished all of his opponents. Three wins have came by KO/TKO and two by Submission. He is facing an opponent with a record of 7-2, so this is an opportunity to prove he can handle a step up in competition.
Kieran Lister 5-0
With an eleven second KO on his resume, Lister is an extremely exciting prospect coming from the North East of England. He went the distance in his debut, but since then has finished his other four opponents that he’s beaten. He’ll be the Co Main event and looking to show everyone what he’s capable of.
Christian Leroy Duncan 0-0
Jon Jones, Conor McGregor, Khabib Nurmagomedov… everyone had to start somewhere. Duncan is thrown into the deep end, opening up this stacked card against an opponent who is 3-1. It’s always interesting to see a fighter make their pro debut and potentially start a successful career.
We can’t wait to see what these men can do during this history trilogy!