First Fighters for Cage Warriors 150 Revealed

First Fighters for Cage Warriors 150 Revealed

First Fighters for Cage Warriors 150 Revealed

The initial batch of fighters for Cage Warriors‘ return to London’s indigo @ The O2 has been revealed, with tickets for the event set to go on sale this Friday, January 11th, at 10 am GMT.

Following four blockbuster events at the indigo in 2022, the promotion is setting out a strong stall with some of the biggest names on the CW roster once again donning the famous yellow gloves for CW 150.

Former featherweight champion Jordan ‘The Epidemic’ Vucenic will look to restart his journey to the title, after coming up short against Paul Hughes in November.

The 26-year-old proved his mettle beyond doubt over five rounds against old rival Hughes and will aim to get back in the hunt before an army of fans in London.

Another former champion, Morgan Charriere, will also feature on the card.

‘The Last Pirate’ recently got back to winning ways, outpointing Daniel Bažant in a thrilling three-rounder at the BT Sport Studio at CW 147.

Like Vucenic, the super popular Frenchman is also looking to re-establish himself at the top of the 145lb pecking order.

Justin Burlinson returns to action after his fight-of-the-year nominated slugfest with Reece McKee in Belfast.

One of the most entertaining fighters on the CW roster, fans are always in for a treat when Burlinson straps on the yellow gloves.

Top lightweight contender Medhi Ben Lakhdhar made a successful return to Cage Warriors at CW 145, with a decision victory over the dangerous Xavier Sedras.

He’ll be looking to resume his run towards lightweight gold on March 17th.

Finally, top UK prospect Lone’er Kavanagh aims to keep his unbeaten streak alive as he seeks out his fifth professional win.

The GB Top Team stand-out made his CW debut last year, notching up two impressive victories and establishing himself as one to watch for 2023.

Tickets for CW 150 go on sale this Friday at 10 am GMT via CageWarriors.com, with further fighters and match-ups to be announced in the coming weeks.

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