Cage Warriors 113: Mason Jones-Joe McClogan To Fight For Vacant Title

Cage Warriors 113 chugs along. Recently announced is a fight for the vacant lightweight title between Mason Jones and Joe McColgan. The card takes place on March 20th at the O2 Arena in London. It will air on UFC FightPass in the United States.

Mason Jones was originally slated to fight Danilo Belluardo at Cage Warriors 113 before Bellauardo was forced to pull out due an injury. Jones sits at 8-0 as a professional and looks to capture the coveted Cage Warriors belt that has vaulted so many fighters in the UFC.

McColgan has similar UFC aspirations. He looks to improve on his 6-2-1 record. His original fight was to face Rafael Macedo on the same card. Macedo pulled out of his fight due to injury as well.

In addition to the lightweight title fight, CW113 is stacked with other title fights and the return of Paddy Pimblett. The main event pits Morgan Charriere against Darko Banovic for the interim featherweight strap. The flyweight title is on the line as well as Samir Faiddine is set to take on Luke Shanks.

In one of the promotion’s best cards in a whilE, CW113 will be must watch fighting.

Cage Warriors 113: London Fight Card (official order TBC)

Main Card 
Interim Featherweight Title Fight

Morgan Charrieré vs Darko Banovic

Lightweight Title Fight

Mason Jones vs Joe McColgan

Flyweight Title Fight

Samir Faiddine vs Luke Shanks

Paddy Pimblett vs Decky Dalton – Lightweight

Pro Prelims

Perry Goodwin vs Steve Aimable – Featherweight

Nathan Jones vs David Bear – Welterweight

Aidan Stephen vs. Emrah Sonmez – Featherweight

Cory Tait vs TBC – Bantamweight

Lewis Monarch vs Kingsley Crawford – Featherweight

Kris Edwards vs James Hendin – Featherweight

Matthew Bonner vs. Jamie Richardson – Middleweight

Darren O’Gorman vs Coner Hignett – Flyweight

Adam Amarasinghe vs Jake Bond – Flyweight

Joshua Onwordi vs Jack Collins – Lightweight

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