Many of Europe’s top gyms have been decked out in glory at numerous points throughout Cage Warriors 104 event run. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to two European lighting rods whose thunderous energy is sending shockwaves throughout Europe.
A professional since October 2017 and representing NFM Windsor, Adam Amarasinghe owns a 3-1 record in four career bouts as a professional with all three of those wins coming via knockout. He has competed with Cage Warriors and Victory Fights and has managed to earn a finish in all three of his professional victories. All three of those wins have not made it past the first round. In his MMA debut at Victory Fights 1, he defeated Oleksandr Bilobrovaka via TKO in the first round. Amarasinghe also defeated Andrew Mendes via TKO in the first round at Victory Fights 2. Then in his debut appearance with Cage Warriors at Cage Warriors 95 in London, Amarasinghe faced Aaron Laleye and defeated him via TKO in round one to secure his first victory under the Cage Warriors banner. The win also earned him the third knockout victory of his professional career. With each of his wins not having yet made it out of the first round, this electric prospect knows how to give his opponents a thunderous wake-up call that they won’t soon forget!
A professional since March 2019 and representing NFM Windsor, James Hendin owns a 1-o record with his sole victory as a professional coming via knockout. He is currently 1-0 under the Cage Warriors banner. In his MMA debut at Cage Warriors 102 in London, he faced Joshua Onwardi and defeated him via TKO in the second round to earn his first knockout win as a professional, With several newcomers to Cage Warriors making noise, you can be sure the noise will be even louder with Hendin added to the mix!