Across The Pond Profile: Cage Warriors fighter Adam Ventre

Whenever Cage Warriors heads to Liverpool, there is always an electric atmosphere coupled with numerous pulse-pounding performances. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a gritty grappler looking to raise the heat to a boiling point at Cage Warriors 107 on September 28. A professional since June 2013 and representing Next Generation Liverpool under the watchful gaze of head coach Paul Rimmer, Adam Ventre owns a 7-4-1 record in 11 career bouts as a professional comprised of six submissions, one knockout and a no contest. Ventre has competed with various promotions throughout Europe including Cage Warriors and Shinobi FC and has managed to score a finish in all seven of his professional victories.

In his MMA debut at OMMAC 17 High Octane, he submitted Billy Hatton via rear-naked choke in the first round. Ventre also tapped out Gaz Firm in round one at OMMAC 18 Retribution. Then in his debut appearance with Cage Warriors at Cage Warriors 68 in Liverpool, he faced Ant Philips and submitted him in the first round via armbar. Ventre also went to tap out Brent Crawley via rear-naked choke in the second round at Full Contact Contender 12. At Shinobi War 9 Winter Warfare he faced France’s Mathieu Morciano and went on to submit him via triangle choke in round one.

In the main event of Cage Warriors Academy Northwest 3, Ventre faced fellow submission specialist Ben Rees and tapped him out in the first round via rear-naked choke. The win also earned Ventre the sixth submission victory of his professional career. For the headliner of Cage Warriors Academy Northwest 4, he defeated Mahmod Faour via TKO in the first round to secure the first knockout win of his professional career. At Cage Warriors 107 on September 28 live on UFC Fight Pass, he will face Martin Stapleton in a lightweight bout. Good luck Adam!

Adam’s first-round submission of Ben Rees in the main event of Cage Warriors Academy Northwest 3

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4PRXyIMk9I

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