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Cage Wars 42 Results – Live Stream: Almestica vs. Rideout headline unification lightweight title fight

Tonight, Cage Wars 42 will host another stacked fight card at the Rivers Casino and Resort in Schenectady, New York. Fight Card 42 will include 13 bouts, which five are title fights and only one bout is an amateur novice rules fight. The Cage Wars champion Chris Almestica and interim champion Connor Rideout will look to unify the lightweight championship this evening. The fights will stream live on

Cage Wars 42 has double-champ Jeremy Woolfolk fighting as well against Tom Foote. Tim Rankins, the President of Cage Wars continues to build his organization the right way as he creates top-tier matchups. The No. 1-ranked Xi Lau and No. 2-ranked Grant Kabol, are the top two in the northeast (according to Tapology) at flyweight will be battling for the USMTA title tonight.

The USMTA (United States Muay Thai Association) is the sanctioning body once again for fight card 42.

Use hashtag #cagewarsny tonight to keep up with the action taking place upstate New York.

The live stream will once again be broadcasted by Kyle Carroll and Will Barry.

Be sure to check out the full fight line up below.

Cage Wars 42 Main card 8 PM:

Chris Almestica (4-2) 155.0 vs. Connor Rideout (6-2) 154.0

Xi Lau (7-3) 124.0 vs. Grant Kabol (6-2) 125.0

Jeremy Woolfolk (5-0) 290.0 vs. Tom Foote (3-0) 279.0

Jose Carrasquero (3-0) 169.0 vs. David Rice (3-0) 170.0

Andrew Geisler (3-0) 145.0 vs. Anthony Roberts (2-0) 145.0

Jordan Beverly (7-3) 280.0 vs. Chris Miles (3-0) 300.0


Sage Philippe (2-0) 169.0 vs. Omar Waddell (3-0) 169.0

Anthony Panek (3-1) 270.0 vs. Mike Erb (2-4) 280.0

Jimmy Bruce (2-1) 155.0 vs. Dom McNamara (4-1) 154.8

Jon Bianco (3-5) 134.0 vs. Ryan Hickey (4-3) 133.0

James Carroll (2-0) 184.5 vs. Nolan Brant (3-5) 184.0

Cole Alaxanian (2-3) 159.0 vs. Tanner Payne (0-2) 160.0

Harley Locklear (1-0) 144.8 vs. Amen Omar (1-0) 145.0

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Kyle Carroll
Kyle Carroll is a Long Island, N.Y. native and avid MMA and amateur wrestling fan. He has been a part of the wrestling community for nearly 20 years. Carroll has six years of experience coaching high school wrestling. His father coached high school wrestling over 35 years, passing on his strong knowledge. Carroll has been reporting MMA news since January 2011. The former wrestler’s coverage includes the 2012 U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials, 2013 & 2016 NCAA D1 Wrestling Championship, and numerous MMA events (Bellator MMA, King of the Cage, North American Fighting Championship, and Glory).