This Saturday, September 10, Cage Warriors Fighting Championship returns to Liverpool’s Echo Arena for the first time in two years, with a show packed with the cream of European MMA performing in front of a global TV audience.
Back in 2014, CWFC 68’s main card produced 10 stoppages and the promotion is hoping for the same fireworks on Saturday. At CWFC 78, two world titles are on the line for the lightweight and featherweight belts – both being contested by home crowd favourites, Chris Fishgold and Paddy Pimblett.
Headlining the show is highly ranked Englishman Chris Fishgold, who makes the first defence of his lightweight title against Frenchman, Jason Ponet. His teammate Paddy Pimblett challenges Frenchman Johnny Frachey for the featherweight title.
The main card action, from the Echo Arena Liverpool will feature five televised professional bouts starting at 9pm* (UK time).
CHANGES TO THE CARD:
Vaughan Lee has withdrawn due to injury. His opponent Arnold Quero is now matched on CWFC 79, due to take place next month in Newport, Wales.
Doors at the Echo Arena, Liverpool will open at 5:00pm.
BROADCAST & TV PARTNERS
Please check your local region’s listings for local broadcast times.
The main card is live on:
UFC FIGHT PASS® | Worldwide
BT Sport | UK and Ireland
Viasat | Scandinavia
DOORS: Open to the public: 5:00pm
FIRST BOUT: Amateur: 6:20pm (subject to change)
TELEVISED: Main card: 9:00pm* (UK time)
*The main card will start on BT Sport via the red button at 9pm and revert to the main channel at 9.15pm.
Main Event: CWFC Lightweight World Title (5×5 minute rounds)
(Champion) Chris Fishgold vs. Jason Ponet
Vacant CWFC Featherweight World Title (5×5 minute rounds)
Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett vs. Johnny Frachey
Lightweight (3×5 minute rounds)
Tim “The Experiment” Wilde vs. Mickael “Ragnar” Lebout
Welterweight (3×5 minute rounds)
Ali Arish vs. Mohsen Bahari
Middleweight (3×5 minute rounds)
Leeroy Barnes vs. Victor Cheng
160 lbs catchweight
Jordan Miller vs. Ellis Hampson
James Lewis vs. Dez Parker
Alexandre Roumette vs. Dylan Mcloughlin
130 lbs Catchweight
Sam Halliday vs. Sam Creasey