Cage Warriors Fighting Championship is back with the first of three consecutive events.
On Wednesday, the Cage Warriors 117 weigh-ins took place, and everything went smooth as all fighters on the card were cleared to fight. Luke Shanks (7-1), who will put his flyweight title on the line in the main event, had no issues making the championship weight. Shanks weigted at 124.4 pounds. “The Apocalypse” won the divisional title after one of the most one-sided fights in Cage Warriors history when he upended Samir Faiddine at CW 114.
The challenger, Jake Hadley (6-0), had zero problems when he hit the scales at 125 pounds. “The White Kong” earned his title shot after smashing up Shaj Haque at CW 114 back in September.
The CW 117 card will be broadcast live on UFC Fight Pass at 3 p.m. ET. The event will go down at the York Hall, London, on Thursday.
Cage Warriors 117 Weigh-in Results:Luke Shanks (124.4) vs. Jake Hadley (125)
Adam Amarasinghe (124.5) vs. Sam Creasey (125.4)
Weslley Maia (135) vs. Michele Martignoni (135.8)
Mehdi Ben Lakhdar (155.8) vs. Steve McIntosh (154.8)
Emrah Sonmez (145.2) vs. Aidan Stephen (145.4)
Michal Figlak (155.2) vs. Anthony O'Connor (154.9)
Adam Cullen (155) vs. Oscar Ownsworth (155)
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