Cage Warriors is considered by many to be top of the line when it comes to European MMA. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a technical surgeon looking to carve up the opposition at Cage Warriors 98 on October 20. A professional since November 2014 and representing SBG South Shields, led by head coach and Cage Warriors veteran Alex Enlund, Adam Proctor holds a 9-1 record in 10 career bouts as a professional comprised of five submissions and four decisions. Proctor has fought for BAMMA, ACB and Made 4 the Cage.
In his MMA debut at Made 4 the Cage: Bad Blood, he submitted David Stone via arm triangle choke in the first round. Proctor also tapped out Roger Griffin in round one via rear naked choke at Made 4 the Cage 16 Invasion. He defeated his next two opponents via decision in Perry Goodwin and Edvin Eldholm. Then at Combat Challenge North East 5, Proctor submitted David Round in the first round via triangle choke. He also tapped out Ant Davies in round three via rear naked choke at Tanko Fighting Championships 3. For his final outing with Made 4 the Cage at Made 4 the Cage 24 Throwdown, Proctor defeated Sam Boult via unanimous decision.
In his debut outing with BAMMA at BAMMA 33, he submitted BAMMA veteran Nathan Jones in the first round via rear naked choke to earn his fifth submission win as a professional. In his lone appearance for the Russian promotion ACB at ACB 87 Proctor defeated Full Contact Contender veteran Ashley Reece via unanimous decision. For his second outing with Cage Warriors 98 on October 20, he will face Angelo Rubino in a welterweight affair. With an impressive 9-1 record Proctor has the power to dictate wherever the fight is going to end up. Considering the fact that five of his nine professional wins have ended in a tap out, it would not surprise me at all if Proctor ends up taking it to the floor and puts his opponent to sleep early. Good luck Adam!