London champion Webb defends belt at Indigo on November 22nd

London champion Webb defends belt at Indigo on November 22nd

Gold is on the line when Cage Warriors return to London for another huge night of fights in the capital. James Webb will defend his world championship belt, alongside a host of other fighters who have just been confirmed.

The first defence of his belt was one of the closest – and most controversial – fights in the history of the Cage Warriors middleweight division. Now, James Webb is back to put it all on the line once again in front of the London crowd!

The Indigo at the O2 Arena will host the world title fight, after playing home to a run of huge sold-out Cage Warriors events over the last two years.

Cage Warriors President Graham Boylan has confirmed that an opponent for Webb is incredibly close to being finalised, and will be announced in the coming days.

“We’ve never had a quiet night at the Indigo, and that’s not about to change,” says Boylan.

“Webb has risen to the occasion over the last year and has become our latest big-name London star. He brings an army with him wherever he goes, but they’re loudest in London. This will be huge.”

Cage Warriors have a history of developing rising stars in the capital, including former champion Nathaniel Wood, who now competes in the UFC’s bantamweight division.

Also on the November 22nd card is Sam Creasey, one of the top flyweight prospects in Europe who recently lost out to the title in a close-fought contest at CW106. As ever, his eyes are set firmly on the top of the division and on entertaining the crowd in the process.

London fan favourites Adam Amarasinghe and Nathan Jones will also feature on the card, as well as rising prospects Kingsley Crawford and James Hendin. Steve ‘Diddy Kong’ Aimable, one of the featherweight division’s most exciting names, is also set to make his next appearance.

Cage Warriors London is on sale now, with 20% off for Early Birds who get there first. Tickets are available HERE.

For a full list of names, see below.


Confirmed Names


James Webb – World Middleweight Champion

Steve Aimable

Sam Creasey

Nathan Jones

Adam Amarasinghe

Emrah Sonmez

Kingsley Crawford

James Hendin

Warren Kee

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