Nathan Greyson vs Blaine O’Driscoll for the Flyweight Title at CW99

It’s England vs Ireland when reigning champion Nathan Greyson takes on SBG’s Blaine O’Driscoll in Colchester on November 17th. Two further fights have also been announced for CW99: Phil Wells vs Jamie Richardson and Steve Aimable vs Josh Abraham.

Nathan Greyson’s spectacular knockout win to win the belt at CW92 sent shockwaves through the European flyweight ranks, and positioned him as one of the most dangerous men in Europe at 125lbs. Greyson has knocked out his last three opponents and is confident he can do the same to every man that comes for his belt.

“Line them all up. I’m knocking them down like bowling pins,” says Greyson. “Bring them all. I’m here for world domination, nothing less.”

Team Titan’s Nathan Greyson (5-2) is no stranger to finishing fights either. All 5 of his victories have come by knockout, with his last win over Jack Lambe showcasing his devastating ability to string together fight-ending knees, punches and elbows from all angles. Greyson, who has warred with some serious competition including the UFC’s Arnold Allen back in 2012, is a serious adversary and will look to match Creasey blow-for-blow at Super Saturday. The man left standing will leave as champion.

The second new fight to be announced is a Welterweight match-up between Craig ‘Thundercat’ White (13-7) and Alex Montagnani (10-2). White is riding a 3-fight streak of first round wins, including a guillotine choke submission over Hakon Foss which was nominated one of Cage Warriors’ submission finishes of the year 2017. Similarly, Montagnani has laid waste to his last two opponents in round one with explosive technical stoppages, making this a bout which has fireworks written all over it.

This monumental card will feature a Bantamweight title fight between reigning champion Nathaniel Wood and Italy’s Luca ‘Duke’ Iovine, as well as a heavyweight championship bout between light-heavyweight king Karl Moore and current champion Mauro Cerilli. Another bantamweight clash between Jack ‘Tank’ Shore, arguably the hottest prospect in Europe, and UFC veteran Vaughan Lee is also set to be a fight for the ages.

Tickets for CW92: Super Saturday are very limited, with balcony seats having sold out and the remaining few tickets flying out! Get yours: here. As Cage Warriors President Graham Boylan announced last week, 80% of the venue is now SOLD OUT and there’s still one more world title fight to be announced!



Nathaniel Wood vs Luca Iovine (Bantamweight Title)

Sam Creasey vs Nathan Greyson (Flyweight Title)

Mauro Cerilli vs Karl Moore (Heavyweight Title)


Jack Shore vs Vaughan Lee (Bantamweight)

Craig White vs Alex Montagnani (Welterweight)

Aiden Lee vs Tom Mearns (Featherweight)

Corrin Eaton vs. Dean Trueman (Featherweight)

Mehrdad Janzemini vs. Brad Wheeler (Welterweight)

Salih Kulucan vs. Darren O’Gorman (Bantamweight)

Arvydas Juska vs James Webb (Middleweight)

Phil Mulpeter vs. Jamie Richardson (Weltweweight)

Pelu Adetola vs. Modestas Bukauskas (Light Heavyweight)


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