Adhering to their productive triple-header of behind-shut-doors events in Manchester in September, U.K. promotion Cage Warriors is seeking to repeat the trick as they head back again house to London.
Cage Warriors 117, 118 and 119 will take spot on Dec. 10, 11 and 12 at the iconic York Corridor venue in London, a storied boxing location in the English funds. The activities will stream dwell on UFC Struggle Go.
The second “Trilogy” sequence was verified Thursday by way of a press launch from the marketing, adhering to a tweet from Cage Warriors president Graham Boylan, who stated that “14 of the 30 fights are by now verified.”
“Reaction to the 1st ‘Trilogy’ series was off the charts, so we understood we had to do it all over again,” reported Boylan, by using push launch.
“We have guys who pulled off job-ideal performances on the very first series wanting to battle again, furthermore some massive new signings pretty much all set to announce.
“The program is to make this greater and far better than prior to.”
The first “Trilogy” series took area at Manchester’s BEC Arena on Sept. 24, 25 and 26, with just about every celebration headlined by a title struggle. Welsh lightweight champion Mason Jones develop into a two-division winner as he captured the vacant welterweight title, while England’s Luke Shanks dethroned France’s Samir Faiddine to earn the promotion’s flyweight title. England’s bantamweight winner Jack Cartwright cemented his standing with his eighth to start with-round end in 9 fights as he submitted Gerardo Fanny to retain his 135-pound title.