On this Friday in Cage Warriors 150 Jordan Vucenic is back, he is currently experiencing a meteoric rise in fame, and is competing in the major event. After losing the featherweight championship to Paul Hughes at the close of last year, the former champion is finally back in action. Vucenic’s opponent, the Italian Tiziano Ferranti, is currently unbeaten.
An excellent opportunity for Vucenic to improve his record and make a statement before UFC 286. It’s going to be the biggest battle of Ferranti’s brief existence. In his first fight for Cage Warriors, the 23-year-old Italian, who has won his first five bouts in local Italian groups, will take on the formidable former champion Vucenic.
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Date and time of Cage Warriors 150
- Date: 17 March, Friday.
- Main Event Start Time: 2:45 p.m. (ET) | 11:45 a.m. (PT)
Where is Cage Warriors 150 Held?
The Cage Warriors 150 will held at Indigo at The O2 in London, England.
Cage Warriors 150 Preview
Information on the fight program March 17 London Cage Warriors 150 banquet At the event, we’ll get to see Daniel Skibiski go to the cage for the third time, wearing the Cage Warriors mitts for the first time. Unfortunately, he hasn’t had much luck in the ring thus far, having been submitted in the second round by Justin Burlinson and knocked out in the first round by Jim Wallhead. Therefore, the upcoming show is an opportunity to get back on the winning track.
Omiel Brown will compete against Skibiski. This fighter has spent his entire competitive career competing for Cage Warriors. In March of 2021, he made his pro debut with a first-round submission victory over Joshua Onwordi. Since then, he’s gone 5-1 with victories over Joel Downey-Cave, Dan Hepworth, Alexander Lindgren, and Junior Orgulho and a single defeat at the hands of James Sheehan.
Some of the largest stars on the CW lineup will be wearing the renowned yellow gloves once again for CW 150, establishing a strong platform for the promotion after four successful events at the Indigo in 2022.
After losing to Paul Hughes in November, former featherweight champion Jordan ‘The Epidemic’ Vucenic will try again.
The 26-year-old showed his worth over five rounds against his old rival Hughes, and he’ll be looking to get back in the fight in front of a massive crowd in London.
Former winner Morgan Charriere will also be competing.
In a recent bout at the CW 147 BT Sport Studio event, “The Last Pirate” got back on track with a victory over Daniel Baant.
The wildly popular Frenchman, like Vucenic, is aiming to reclaim his place atop the 145-pound division.
After his battle with Rhys McKee in Belfast, which was shortlisted for the fight of the year, Justin Burlinson is back in the ring.
When Burlinson puts on the yellow gloves, supporters are guaranteed to be entertained because he is one of the most exciting competitors on the CW roster.
At CW 145, top lightweight contender Medhi Ben Lakhdhar won a decision over Xavier Sedras, marking his triumphant comeback to Cage Warriors.
On March 17th, he’ll get back in the lightweight title hunt.
To round things out, top UK talent Lone’er Kavanagh is looking for his fifth professional victory and to maintain his undefeated record.
The star of the GB Top Team made his debut in the CW last year and immediately made an impact, winning two matches.
Cage Warriors 150 Fight card
The Main Event
- Tiziano Ferranti takes on Jordan Vucenic. (Featherweight)
- Jamie Richardson faces off against Justin Burlinson. (Welterweight)
- It’s Davide Scarano vs Luke Kavanagh. (Flyweight)
- Challenger Jan Quaeyhaegens takes on Alberto Ciardo (lightweight).
- Competitors: Alan Carlos vs. James Webb (middleweight)
- Wesley Machado takes on Nik Bagley (featherweight).
- Daniel Skibinski vs. Omeil Brown (welterweight)
- Compare and contrast Awa Sow and Kate Bacik. (Bantamweight)
- Contrast: Jack Eglin vs. Ilie Meryacre (Bantamweight)
- Bogdan Barbu vs. Weslley Maia (bantamweight)
- Taking on Omran Chaaban and Mush Aslani (lightweights)