Joseph Duffy vs Julien Boussuge set for Cage Warriors 74


Cage Warriors will return to London next month for what’s shaping up to be one of the biggest and most spectacular events in the history of Europe’s leading MMA promotion.

CEO Graham Boylan has confirmed that Cage Warriors 74, which is set for the Copper Box Arena in London’s Olympic Park, will feature two main cards on the evening of Saturday, November 15, both of which will be broadcast live around the world following a preliminary card to be streamed live on Facebook.

The event will follow the precedent set by the promotion in June, when Cage Warriors 69: Super Saturday – which also took place in London – hosted two main cards on the same evening, with each topped by a CWFC world title bout.

CWFC gold will also be up for grabs in each of Cage Warriors 74‘s headliners, with Nicolas Dalby defending his CWFC welterweight strap against Mohsen Bahari, and Pannie Kianzad and Agnieszka Niedzwiedz contesting the first ever CWFC women’s bantamweight world title bout.

“As we expected at the time, Super Saturday back in June was an enormous success, so we’ve decided to give the fans more of the same when we come to the Copper Box on November 15,” said Cage Warriors Fighting Championship CEO Graham Boylan.

“It’s a huge event for us, arguably the biggest we’ve ever done, and I can’t think of a better venue than the Olympic Park in London to host some of the very best of mixed martial arts talent from across Europe. If you’re an MMA fan in the UK and even abroad, all I can say is that you won’t want to miss this event.

“Tickets are available from as little as £25, which is an absolute bargain given the calibre of talent that will be on show and in such an outstanding arena. There are now fourteen bouts on the card, the quality of which speaks for itself, and I look forward to seeing the fans turn out in big numbers again for another packed Cage Warriors event in London next month.”

The first of Cage Warriors 74‘s televised main cards will get underway at 6pm local time on Saturday, November 15, before the second swings into action at 9pm. A start time for the Facebook prelims, as well as further information and updates, will be announced in due course.

While several bouts have already been confirmed for Cage Warriors 74, CWFC officials can today reveal ten more, which will feature some of the biggest names on the Cage Warriors Fighting Championship roster.

Following his winning return to MMA against Damien Lapilus at CWFC 70 in August, Irish lightweight Joseph Duffy (11-1) will go in search of his sixth Cage Warriors triumph when he takes on France’s Julien Boussuge (10-3), who’ll be looking to build on last December’s victory against Damien Brown as he returns from a lengthy injury lay-off.

In middleweight action, London’s own Bola Omoyele (7-3) will aim to halt a two-fight skid by putting an end to the five-fight win streak of Estonia’s Andy Manzolo (7-2), while English contenders Sean Carter (9-1) and Tim Wilde (5-0) will clash in what’s set to be an unmissable lightweight tussle.

Many more bouts are still to be announced, but in the meantime check out the fully updated fight card below…

Cage Warriors 74 (more bouts to be announced, order TBC)

Nicolas Dalby vs. Mohsen Bahari
Pannie Kianzad vs. Agnieszka Niedzwiedz
Julien Boussuge vs. Joseph Duffy
Tom Breese vs. Philip Mulpeter
Andy Manzolo vs. Bola Omoyele
John Maguire vs. Brad Wheeler
Sean Carter vs. Tim Wilde
Lee Caers vs. Michael Johnson
Spencer Hewitt vs. Scott Pooley
James Hurrell vs. Carl Kinslow
Jamie Pritchard vs. Nathaniel Wood
Emma Delaney vs. Anna Elmose
Molly McCann vs. Slavka Vitali
Pelu Adetola vs. Darren Stewart

Priced from just £25 plus booking fee, tickets for CWFC 74 at the Copper Box Arena in London on Saturday, November 15, are currently available to purchase. Click HERE to get yours!

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