Showing a touch of brotherly love is a shining symbol of love and respect to the MMA faithful. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a knight of judicial enforcement ready to uphold the family crest with the highest honor in Cage Warriors and prove his arsenal of diversity is anything but a magic act. A professional mixed martial artist since April 2015 and representing Middleborough Fight Academy, Harry Hardwick owns a 7-3 record through 10 professional bouts comprised of three submissions, one knockout, and three decisions. Hardwick fought for various European promotions including Bellator MMA and BAMMA prior to making his promotional debut with Cage Warriors in June 2021 at Cage Warriors 124. He has finished four out of his seven victories during his career in the professional MMA ranks and is currently 1-0 under the banner of Cage Warriors and has gone to the scorecards three times during his career as a pro-MMA fighter thus far.
In his professional MMA debut at Combat Challenge Northeast 2, he faced Chris Telford and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision. Hardwick also defeated his next two foes in Declan Williams and Robbie Fallon. Then at Made 4 the Cage 29 Immortals, he tapped out Cameron Hardy in the first round. Hardwick defeated Nathan Rose via majority decision at Bellator London. He submitted Karlo Caput in the first round via rear-naked choke to pick up his third submission win as a professional.
In his promotional debut with Cage Warriors on the main card portion of Cage Warriors 124, he defeated Jean N’ Doye via split decision. The win earned Hardwick the third decision victory of his professional career. He also picked up victory number one under the banner of Cage Warriors in the process. Versatile in all aspects of Mixed Martial Arts, Hardwick knows how to make opponents disappear in the blink of an eye with a touch of magic!