CAGE WARRIORS 73
(Newcastle, United Kingdom | Wednesday, October 29, 2014) – Cage Warriors Fighting Championship action is back with a bang this Saturday, November 1, with two main cards down for decision at the Metro Radio Arena.
Each card will be headlined by a world title bout, as Cage Warriors returns to Newcastle for CWFC 73, the promotion’s twelfth event of 2014.
Kicking off at 6pm local time, the bill for Part One will be topped by the clash of Alex Enlund and Nad Narimani for the vacant CWFC featherweight belt.
Part Two, which begins at 9pm, will be headlined by the trilogy meeting of CWFC lightweight world champion Stevie Ray and challenger Curt Warburton.
An undercard of five amateur contests will get proceedings underway at 5:00pm, with two further unaired professional bouts also on the bill.
Doors at the Metro Radio Arena will open at 4:30pm, and tickets – priced from £35 plus booking fee – are still available to purchase HERE.
Find live broadcast details for your region below…
Premier Sports | United Kingdom
Setanta Sports 1 | Ireland
The Fight Network | USA, Canada, Portugal, Belgium, Middle East
TV 10 | Sweden
Viasat Sport | Norway
Fight Klub | Poland
Fight Club | Russia
FOX Sports | Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Malta
FOX Sports 2 | Africa
PART ONE | 6pm local time GMT (2pm ET, 11am PT)
Alex Enlund vs. Nad Narimani – vacant CWFC featherweight world title bout
Moktar Benkaci vs. Ronnie Mann
Leeroy Barnes vs. Kyle Redfearn
Liam James vs. Dean Trueman
Ellis Hampson vs. Lewis Monarch
Mark Connor vs. Ian Malone
UNAIRED BOUTS | 8:15pm local time GMT (4:15pm ET, 1:15pm PT)
Michael Abbott vs. Danny Suter
Irene Cabello vs. Vanessa Reinsch
PART TWO | 9pm local time GMT (5pm ET, 2pm PT)
Stevie Ray (c) vs. Curt Warburton – CWFC lightweight world title bout
Juan Manuel Suarez vs. Jimmy Wallhead
Shaj Haque vs. Damien Rooney
Matt Inman vs. Lewis Long
Brett Caswell vs. Marcin Lasota
Stephen Martin vs. Paddy Pimblett
CAGE WARRIORS FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP is Europe’s leading and longest-running mixed martial arts promotion. An Irish-owned brand with offices in the UK, Ireland and Jordan, CWFC is the sport’s fastest-growing organisation, having staged 80 events in 12 countries across three different continents since its establishment in 2002. Home to some of biggest stars of MMA’s past, present and future, Cage Warriors’ broadcast footprint spans 140 million homes worldwide via a network of partners that includes Channel 4, FOX Sports, ESPN, Viasat and Setanta Sports.