In the highly-anticipated main event, Darren Stewart showcased his grit and determination, securing his third consecutive victory and positioning himself on the cusp of a coveted title shot.

Stewart faced former champion Matt Bonner and tactfully worked his way to a unanimous decision triumph, impressing the judges with his professional performance.

Reece McEwan made a powerful statement in his quest for a title shot with an impressive second-round TKO finish over Leonardo de Oliveira.

Jimmy Quinn etched his name in Cage Warriors’ history books, taking just ten seconds to dispatch Dan Kneil in his professional debut.

Jack Eglin and Andrew Clamp also fought to secure hand raises with POTN-worthy performances in their respective returns to the cage.

On the prelims, Milad Ahady fought his way to a first finish in yellow gloves while displaying his clinical boxing skills to put away Marcondes Bastos.

While Scott Pedersen and Stephanie Evans got Shore MMA off to a perfect start with their first-round submission wins.

Finally, for El Hadji Ndiaye it was a hard-fought unanimous decision victory that meant everything following a rocky start to his CW career.

Main Card
Darren Stewart def. Matthew Bonner unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
Reece McEwan def. Leonardo de Oliveira via TKO (ground and pound – punches) after 3:52 of round two
Andrew Clamp def. Ghassan Abdenabi via Submission (Rear-naked choke) after 3:44 of round one
Jack Eglin def. Rory Evans via TKO (Knee and punches) after 2:53 of round two
Jimmy Quinn def. Dan Kneil via KO (punch) after 0:10 of round one

Scott Pedersen def. Yohan Salvador via Submission (Rear-naked choke) after 2:15 of round one
Milad Ahady def. Marcondes Bastos via TKO (Punches) after 1:10 of round two
Stephanie Evans def. Małgorzata Tkocz via Technical Submission (Rear-naked choke) after 4:59 of round one
El Hadji Ndiaye def. Marin Vetrila via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)