Cage Warriors 106: Night of Champions is live from London, England on Saturday, June 29. The live results are below.
Cage Warriors 106: Night of Champions is live from the Eventim Apollo in London England. The premier UK MMA organization is putting on one of their best cards ever – with six title fights on display. The show will be broadcast live on UFC Fight Pass.
The main event of the evening will be a welterweight title bout between current champion Ross Houston and interim champion UFC veteran Nicolas Dalby. Houston (8-0) is undefeated as a professional, and has a 6-0 record in Cage Warriors. Dalby (17-3-1) is a former Cage Warriors champion in his own right, and holds a 5-1 record in Cage Warriors. The Denmark representative only has a UFC record of 1-2-1, with a draw against former UFC title challenger Darren Till amongst those contests.
In the co-main event, UK prospects face off for vacant lightweight gold. Jack Grant (15-4) faces Jai Herbert (8-1) in a clash between two of the UK’s best at 155-pounds. Grant has been on a tear in Cage Warriors with a Cage Warriors record of 3-0 with 2 first-round stoppages. Herbert, also has a 3-0 record in Cage Warriors alongside two first-round stoppages. The other title fights on the card are as follows:
- Dean Trueman (C, 10-4 MMA, 4-2 CW) vs. Mads Burnell (11-3 MMA, 2-0 CW, 1-2 UFC) – for featherweight championship
- James Webb (C, 6-1 MMA, 4-1 CW) vs. Nathias Frederick (7-2 MMA, 0-0 CW) – for middleweight championship
- Sam Creasey (11-2 MMA, 6-2 CW) vs. Samir Faiddine (10-5 MMA, 0-0 CW) – for vacant flyweight championship
- Marthin Hamlet (5-0 MMA, 2-0 CW Academy) vs. Modestas Bukauskas (8-2 MMA, 3-1 CW) – for vacant light heavyweight championship
Also on the card, Alex Lohore (17-4) faces Aaron Khalid (9-4-1) in a key welterweight bout. Additionally, top Hardy-Wallhead prospects James Hendin (2-0) and Adam Amarasinghe (3-1) also return.
Cage Warriors 106: Night of Champions Results
- Ross Houston (C) vs. Nicolas Dalby (IC) ends in a No Contest, due to the excessive bleeding from both fighters / they cannot continue. The bout ended before round three had finished; therefore no technical decision. – for welterweight championship
- Jai Herbert def. Jack Grant via TKO (Strikes), Round 3, 3:22 – for lightweight championship – Finish
- Mads Burnell def. Dean Trueman (C) via Submission (Japanese Necktie), Round 2, 3:04 – for featherweight championship – Finish
- James Webb (C) vs. Nathias Frederick ends in a Majority Draw (47-47, 47-47, 49-45 Webb) – for middleweight championship
- Samir Faiddine def. Sam Creasey via TKO (Strikes), Round 3, 0:35 – for vacant flyweight championship – Finish
- Modestas Bukauskas def. Marthin Hamlet via TKO (Strikes), Round 4, 3:56 – for light heavyweight championship – Finish
- Alex Lohore def. Aaron Khaild via Submission (Modified Guillotine Choke), Round 2, 4:26
- Adam Amarasinghe def. Darren O’Gorman via Split Decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29)
- Jason Radcliffe def. Hakon Foss via TKO (Strikes), Round 1, 2:02 – Finish
- Thomas Robertsen def. Michael Younis via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke), Round 2, 3:01 – Finish
- Morgan Charriere def. Lewis Monarch via Split Decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29)
- James Hendin def. Kingsley Crawford by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)