Cage Warriors – Europe’s Leading MMA Organisation – is excited to announce a blockbuster addition to the upcoming CW 153 card, as French superstar Morgan Charrière returns to face the debuting Pedro Colman.
The pair will feature in a 150lbs catchweight bout on the main card of the April 29th event at Dublin’s 3Arena, which marks the promotion’s return to the Irish capital following a six-year hiatus.
Charrière (16-9-1), also known as ‘The Last Pirate’, is a former CW featherweight champion who won the title in devastating fashion with a ‘KO of the Year’ contender against Perry Goodwin in December 2020.
The Frenchman holds notable wins over fellow former champion Dean Trueman, Lewis Monarch and Daniel Bazant in the famous yellow gloves.
The only blemishes on his record are a split decision loss to Jordan Vucenic and majority decision defeats to Soren Bak and Paul Hughes; all Cage Warriors champions.
Opposing Charriere will be Paraguay’s Pedro Colman.
The Team Ram featherweight boasts an 8-3 professional record, with three wins coming by way of knockout.
A striker by trade, Colman will be looking to get back to winning ways after recently snapping a five-fight winning streak.
“With the addition of Morgan Charrière vs Pedro Colman, one of the biggest Cage Warriors cards of all time just got bigger…” said CW President Graham Boylan.
“Morgan has made it clear that he wants to regain that featherweight title, but Pedro has a huge opportunity to turn the division on its head on April 29th.”
With a massive welterweight title unification bout and an undercard stacked with Irish talent taking on some of Europe’s finest, our return to Dublin will be a night to remember!”
Charrière vs Colman joins an already stacked bill, topped by a welterweight title unification bout for the ages as champion Rhys ‘Skeletor’ McKee faces interim champ ‘Judo’ Jim Wallhead.
Also featuring on CW 153 is a clash of welterweight contenders as Oban Elliott faces James Sheehan, a mouth-watering featherweight tilt between Ryan Shelley and Tobias Harila and the debut of Taka Mhandu, who draws Benoit Blanc.