Across the Pond Profile: Cage Warriors fighter George Smith

Across the Pond Profile: Cage Warriors fighter George Smith

If you are a top gun professional Euro prospect looking to springboard to bigger promotions, joining forces with Cage Warriors is the proper move to make. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a python-like Manchester mauler looking to create a sea of raging red flames within Cage Warriors middleweight ranks at Cage Warriors 112 on March 7 from the BEC Arena in Manchester England on UFC Fight Pass as the promotion looks to ignite their 2020 slate with a bang. A professional since July 2018 and representing SBG Manchester, George Smith owns a 4-1 record in five contests as a professional comprised of two submissions, one knockout and one decision. Smith is currently 1-0 under the banner of Cage Warriors and has also fought for MTK MMA and Almighty Fighting Championship. He has gone on to finish 75 per cent of his victories.

At Almighty Fighting Championship 11, he faced Ryan Hewston and went on to defeat him via TKO in the first round. Smith submitted Norway’s Henrik Lie via brabo choke in the first round at Almighty Fighting Championship 13. Then at MTK MMA, he faced yet another international opponent in Poland’s Marcin Prostko and tapped him out in the first round via anaconda choke to pick up his second submission win as a professional.

In his debut appearance with Cage Warriors at Cage Warriors 109, Smith faced fellow submission specialist Jenaid Ebanks and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision to earn the first decision victory of his professional career along with his first win in Cage Warriors. At Cage Warriors 112 on March 7 he will face Lukasz Marcinowski in a clash at middleweight. Other talents that will be fighting on Cage Warriors 112 include Adam Proctor, former Cage Warriors bantamweight title challenger Scott Malone, James Webb and current Cage Warriors bantamweight champion, Jack Cartwright. Good luck George!

Smith v Ebanks Cage Warriors 109

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