Across The Pond Profile: Cage Warriors fighter James Hendin

Throughout the various Cage Warriors bubble trilogies, the stars have remained center stage. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a jet blue razor shark circling the waters of title contention in the enriched crop of generational talent at featherweight for Cage Warriors. A professional mixed martial artist since December 2018 and representing TFT MMA under head coach Andrew Fisher, James Hendin owns a 6-1 record through seven professional bouts comprised of three decisions, two knockouts, and one submission. Hendin has spent the bulk of his tenure as a pro-MMA fighter with Cage Warriors thus far. He is currently 5-1 under the banner of Cage Warriors, with two finishes under his belt for the promotion. The majority of Hendin’s wins during his time in the professional ranks have gone to the scorecards, sweeping them each time.

in his professional MMA debut at Fightstar Championship 16, he defeated Bjarki Omarsson via TKO. Hendin also defeated Joshua Onwardi via TKO in the second round in his promotional debut with Cage Warriors at Cage Warriors 102. Then at Cage Warriors 106 Night Of Champions, he defeated Kingsley Crawford via unanimous decision. Hendin defeated Jordan Barton via unanimous decision at Cage Warriors 111. At Cage Warriors 113, he defeated submission specialist Kris Edwards via unanimous decision to pick up his third decision win as a professional.

For his next outing with Cage Warriors on the third and final night of the trilogy part four at Cage Warriors 125, he submitted Paull McBain via rear-naked choke in the second round. The victory earned Hendin the first submission win of his professional career. He also picked up win number five under the banner of Cage Warriors along with his second finish in the process. Hendin’s knack for grinding opponents down to nothing but a pile of dust spells impending doom for those next in succession!

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