Cage Warriors has become the launching pad from which a new crop of European MMA stars has made their mark. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet two terrifying English lions ready to rip the competition to pieces.
Cameron Else – A professional since October 2012 and representing Jackson-Wink MMA, Cameron Else owns a 6-4 record in 10 career bouts comprised of three submissions and three knockouts. All six of Else’s professional victories have resulted in a finish. He has competed for Cage Warriors and UCMMA. Else has also competed for Bellator MMA and is a two-time BAMMA veteran. At Fury MMA 7 Bad Blood, he submitted Gary Duffy via rear naked choke in the first round. Else also tapped out Paddy Pimblett in his Cage Warriors debut at Cage Warriors 60 via anaconda choke in round one. Then in his BAMMA debut at BAMMA 23 Night of Champions, he defeated Jay Butler via TKO in the first round. Else also defeated Dylan Tuke via TKO in round one in his lone appearance with Bellator MMA at Bellator 169. At UCMMA 54, he knocked out Jordan Ramshaw in the first round via head kick. For his next outing with Cage Warriors at Cage Warriors 92 Super Saturday Else submitted Thomas Terdjman in the first round via rear naked choke. Whether it is on the ground or standing up on the feet, a single error will cause this English lion to pounce on you!
James Webb – A professional since February 2017 and representing SBG Swords, James Webb owns a 3-1 record in four career bouts with all three of his victories as a professional coming via submission. Webb has competed for Cage Warriors and BCMMA. In his MMA debut at BCMMA 18, he submitted France’s Wallid Jabri in the first round. For his second outing with BCMMA at BCMMA 20 Webb tapped out Henrik Lie via rear naked choke in the second round. In his second Cage Warriors outing at Cage Warriors 92 Super Saturday, he submitted Poland’s Marcin Prostko via rear naked choke in round one to earn his third submission victory. At Cage Warriors 95 on July 21 Webb will face Pelu Adetola in a middleweight battle. Good luck James!