Tonight, London’s Eventim Apollo hosted the most stacked Cage Warriors card ever put together, Cage Warriors 106: Night of Champions.
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- Main event: Poirier vs. McGregor 2
- Co-main event: Hooker vs. Chandler
So stacked, that in addition to 5 title fights on the main card, the prelims are headlined with the promotion’s light heavyweight title fight.
This is how the night is playing out:
Cage Warriors 106 Main Card
Ross Houston vs. Nicolas Dalby – (170 lbs title fight) – Fight declared a no contest by referee Marc Goddard after both fighters deemed medically unfit to continue; blood on the canvas causing unsafe conditions
Jack Grant vs. Jai Herbert – (155 lbs title fight) – Jai Herbert wins via TKO at 3:22 of the 3rd round
Dean Trueman vs. Mads Burnell – (145 lbs title fight) – Burnell wins via submission (Japanese necktie) at 3:04 of the 2nd round
James Webb vs. Nathias Frederick – (185 lbs title fight) – James Webb retains his title via a majority draw 47-47, 47-47, 45-49 (Webb)
Sam Creasey vs. Samir Faiddine – (125 lbs title fight) – Samir Faiddine wins via TKO at :35 of the 3rd round
Cage Warriors 106 Pro Prelims
Marthin Hamlet vs. Modestas Bukauskas – (205 lbs title fight) – Modestas Bukauskas wins via TKO at 3:56 of the 4th round
Alex Lohoré vs. Aaron Khalid – (170 lbs) – Alex Lohoré wins via D’Arce choke at 4:26 of the 2nd round
Darren O’Gorman vs. Adam Aramasinghe – (125 lbs) – Adam Aramasinghe wins via split decision 29-28, 29-28 (Aramasinghe), 29-8 (O’Gorman)
Jason Radcliffe vs. Håkon Foss – (185 lbs) – Jason Radcliffe wins via TKO at 2:02 of the 1st round
Mike Younis vs. Thomas Robertsen – (185 lbs) – Thomas Robertson wins via rear naked choke at 3:01 of round 2.
Morgan Charriere vs. Lewis Monarch – (145 lbs) Morgan Charriere wins via split decision 29-28 +29-28 (Charriere), 29-28 (Monarch).
James Hendin vs. Kingsley Crawford (145 lbs) – James Hendin wins via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
Rhodri Morgan is a combat sports writer based out of London, England. When not covering MMA, he can be found roaming the halls of a south London Wholefoods, finding a dog to befriend and rolling in the doomed pursuit of the perfect kimura.