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Cage Warriors 110

Cage Warriors 110 Adds Seven New Fights To Card

Cage Warriors 110 card has added seven new bouts to its return to Ireland. The card will take place November 9th in Cork, Ireland at the Neptune Stadium. You will be able to watch the card on UFC Fight Pass.

The first bout announced is home town prospect, Ian Garry. The Irishman takes on Mateusz Figlak in a bout between lightweights that is sure to deliver for fans in the Neptune Stadium.

Both Garry and Figlak are 2-0 professionally and have first round finishes in their last fights. The two prospects clash and will be a battle of wits and a pivotal point in their futures.

Another confirmed fight is Team Alpha Male product, Decky McAleenan, will be taking on Jared Southwell. Other Cork, Ireland natives have been added to Cage Warriors 110. John Mitchell and Jack Maguire are amongst those names. Mitchell is taking on Eric Nolan in a lightweight bout  Maguire, the featherweight prospect, will fight Manny Akpan on the card as well. There are still more fights to be announced.

Cage Warriors President, who is a Cork, Ireland native, stated, “Our mission hasn’t changed.” He continues, “We’re coming back to offer the top talent in Ireland a chance to shine and showcase their skills to the world.”

Cage Warriors 110 is headlined by a banger of a fight between Rhys McKee and Håkon Foss. The welterweight bout will be a clash of two of the most exciting fight of the night.

Cage Warriors 110 Fight Card

Rhys McKee vs. Håkon Foss – Welterweight

Joe McColgan vs TBC – Lightweight

Ian Garry vs. Mateusz Figlak – Welterweight

Decky McAleenan vs Jared Southwell – Featherweight

Eric Nolan vs. John Mitchell – Lightweight

Ismar Blagoje vs. Cathal Manning – Middleweight

Nathan Fletcher vs. Ciaran Mulholland – Bantamweight

Tomasz Wojtyna vs. Paul Lawrence – Welterweight

Manny Akpan vs. Jack Maguire – Featherweight

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