Across the Pond Profile: Cage Warriors fighter Adam Amarasinghe

Across the Pond Profile: Cage Warriors fighter Adam Amarasinghe

Besides being a stand out year for newcomers, 2019 has also marked the rise of many a prospect in Cage Warriors. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a raging Windsor windstorm looking to leave a windy swath of destruction in his wake live from The O2 Arena in London England at Cage Warriors 111 on November 22 live on UFC Fight Pass and will look to be the cherry on top of the sundae to a stellar year for Europe’s top dog in the world of Mixed Martial Arts. A professional since October 2017 and representing NFM Windsor, Adam Armarsinghe owns a 4-1 record in five career bouts as a professional comprised of three knockouts and one decision. He has competed on some of the top stages for MMA in Europe including Cage Warriors and has gone on to finish 75 per cent of his professional victories.

In his MMA debut at Victory Fights 1, Armarsinghe faced Oleksandar Bilobrovaka and went on to defeat him via TKO in the first round. He also defeated Andrew Mendes at Victory Fights 2 via TKO in round one. Then in his debut appearance with Cage Warriors 95 in London, he faced Aaron Laleye and defeated him via TKO in the first round to pick up his third straight first-round finish in a row and also scored his first victory under the banner of Cage Warriors in the process.

For his third outing with Cage Warriors at Cage Warriors 106 Night of Champions, he faced Irish submission specialist Darren O’ Gorman and went on to defeat him via split decision to capture the first decision victory of his professional career. At Cage Warriors 111 on November 22 he will battle Johan Segas in an encounter at flyweight. Good luck Adam!

Adam’s split decision win over Darren O’ Gorman at Cage Warriors 106 Night of Champions

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