UFC Fight Pass is home to an extensive archive of Cage Warriors events, bringing you all the action from the biggest nights in Cage Warriors history.
Here’s a spoiler-free guide to our pick of the top 10 fights you can watch right now, on demand.
10. Donovan Desmae vs Hubert Geven – CW94
Although it only lasted a round, Desmae vs Geven at the Antwerp Lotto Arena will forever go down as the wildest fight on what was undoubtedly Belgium’s biggest night of MMA to date.
For fans of the striking arts, this one’s a must watch!
9. Artem Lobov vs Steve O’Keefe – CW43
Before Artem Lobov became a UFC star, he was busy making a name for himself as one of the toughest names on the European scene. In his 5th professional fight, he came up against Steve ‘The Spartan’ O’Keefe.
The resulting war was everything we’d hoped for and more.
Later, O’Keefe would go on to fight Lobov’s teammate Conor ‘The Notorious’ McGregor at CW45.
8. Wilson Reis vs Owen Roddy – CW50
During that same period, Irish MMA was on the rise, and “Rowdy” Owen Roddy was one of the names leading the charge. In his last professional fight, he came up against ferocious Brazilian competition in Wilson Reis.
Find out who got the win that night in Glasgow, Scotland!
Five years later, Reis went on to challenge Demetrius “Mighty Mouse” Johnson for the UFC Flyweight Title at UFC on FOX 24.
7. Jack Hermansson vs Norman Paraisy – Middleweight Title Fight – CW69
It’s no secret that Jack Hermansson is now one of the top names in the UFC’s Middleweight Division. But before he got the UFC call, ‘The Joker’ staged one of Cage Warriors’ most exciting title fights of all time with Norman Paraisy.
The bout took place at Cage Warriors 69 – a card that featured 9 future UFC stars. Among them were Joanna Jedrzejczyk, Stevie Ray and Arnold Allen.
6. Rhys McKee vs Perry Goodwin – CW102
With Rhys Mckee and Perry Goodwin both on the rise, there’s no better time to re-watch the night they met at Cage Warriors 102 in London. The fight played out as a tantalising back-and-forth war before one man managed to force the submission in the third and final round.
Interestingly, the bout took place at lightweight, with McKee since moving up a weight class to welterweight and Goodwin down to featherweight. Both men are now calling for title shots in their respective divisions.
5. Danny Roberts vs Henry Fadipe – CW57
Danny Roberts’ scheduled UFC London bout was unfortunately unable to take place due to growing Covid-19 concerns, but don’t let that stop you from getting your dose of ‘Hot Chocolate’. Roberts’ 5 Cage Warriors fights – all which are available on UFC Fight Pass – were memorable, but none as much as his war with Henry Fadipe.
4. Jamie Richardson vs Phil Wells II – CW104
Just when you think you know where this fight’s going, everything changes.
This re-match occurred at the Viola Arena in Cardiff after Richardson clinched the initial victory via TKO at CW99. The second time around, Richardson and Wells gave fans an even wilder ride, ending once again via TKO.
Was it redemption or repeat in Cardiff?
3. Joe McColgan vs Mehdi Ben Lakhdar – CW Unplugged 2
An invite-only crowd at the London BT Sports Studios witnessed 2019’s fan-voted ‘Fight of the Year’ winner in Joe McColgan vs Mehdi Ben Lakhdar.
The majority of the fight played out on the feet, offering an unforgettable showcase between two of Europe’s most elite strikers.
2. Nicolas Dalby vs Ross Houston – Welterweight Title Fight – CW106
At CW106: Night of Champions, Dalby and Houston ensured that nothing from the scenes inside the cage to the final unorthodox decision will ever be forgotten about. The result ended up sending Nicolas Dalby to the UFC – but we guarantee you won’t be able to predict it.
Fire up the UFC Fight Pass for one of the craziest bouts ever to take place in the yellow gloves.
1. Nathaniel Wood vs Josh Reed – Bantamweight Title Fight – CW86
If you’ve never seen or heard of this one, we envy you. You have the opportunity watch our number one pick with fresh eyes!
If you know the score, there’s never a bad time to re-watch the night Nathaniel Wood put his bantamweight title on the line against Josh Reed.