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Cage Warriors 102 Fight Card

Cage Warriors 102 Fight Card


James Webb and Thomas Robertsen will meet for the vacant Cage Warriors Middleweight title at Cage Warriors 102 on Saturday 2nd March at the Indigo in London. The card will stream live and exclusively on UFC Fight Pass.

James Webb (5-1) has been on a tremendous run since making his Cage Warriors debut last year. Webb submitted Marcin Prostko with a rear naked choke late in the first round at Cage Warriors 92. The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Brown Belt followed up with another submission win against Pelu Adetola at Cage Warriors 95. Webb headlined Cage Warriors 99 in his hometown of Colchester, where he demonstrated his standup skills against the tough Jason Radcliffe. James knocked out Radcliffe in the first round and moved into title contention.

Thomas “The Saint” Robertsen (7-1) rebound from his unsuccessful debut against Craig White to go on a 2-fight winning streak in Cage Warriors. The Norwegian earned his title shot after he defeated Phill Wells and Saeed Younsi. Robertsen trains out of the Sarpsborg Chi Kickboxing & MMA gym in Norway.

The Cage Warriors middleweight title was vacated after Jonas Billstein was stripped of the title.

CW92: James Webb vs. Marcin Prostko

Cage Warriors 102 Undercard Highlights

  • Former BAMMA Lightweight Champion Rhys “Skeletor” McKee (8-2-1) put the division on notice when he stopped Jefferson George via TKO in the first round at Cage Warriors 100. Rhys will be fighting Perry Goodwin in the Lightweight division on the main card.
  • Kingsley Crawford (3-0) takes on Aidan Stephen in the Featherweight division. Crawford started his professional career last year and went 3-0 in MTK MMA, BAMMA and Cage Warriors. The talented Revolution Martial Arts representative also fought and won at Muay Thai Grand Prix 21.
  • John Maguire (26-11) vs. Brad Wheeler  (17-13) will see both men looking to get back into the win column after suffering tough losses in their last bouts.
  • Steve “Diddy Kong” Aimable (12-5) takes on Declan “Decky” McAleenan in a potential fight of the night. Aimable finished off 2018 in style with wins over Liam Bennett and Josh Abraham.

CW98: Kingsley Crawford vs. Antanas Jazbutis

Cage Warriors Middleweight Title Bout: James Webb vs. Thomas Robertsen
Welterweight Bout: Craig White vs. Joilton Peregrino
Lightweight Bout: Perry Goodwin vs. Rhys McKee
Flyweight Bout: Sam Creasey vs. Andy Young
Lightweight Bout: Jai Herbert vs. Steve O’Keeffe
Welterweight Bout: Nathan Jones vs. Martyn Harris
Bantamweight Bout: Cory Tait vs. Brian Bouland
Flyweight Bout: Darren O’Gorman vs. Adam Aramasinghe
Featherweight Bout: Kingsley Crawford vs. Aidan Stephen
Catchweight Bout: John Maguire vs. Brad Wheeler
Featherweight Bout: Steve Aimable vs. Decky McAleenan
Light Heavyweight Bout: Modestas Buskauskas vs. Marcin Wojcik
Middleweight Bout: Michael Younis vs. Carlos Graca
Featherweight Bout: James Hendin vs. Joshua Onwordi
CWA NW Amateur Lightweight Title Bout: Adam Shelley vs. Marcus Lewis

Perry McMahon Perry McMahon is the founder of UK Fight Site.com.