Two of Cage Warriors biggest names have been added to the upcoming Cage Warriors 92: Super Saturday fight card as bantamweight champion Nathaniel Wood and Welshman Jack Shore have been added to the event.
Cage Warriors 92: Super Saturday takes place on March 24th, 2018 in London England.
Nathaniel Wood will look to defend his title against Luca Iovine while Jack Shore meets Vaughan Lee.
Jim Edwards of MMANytt announced the news.
Also added to the fight card is a featherweight bout between Aiden Lee vs Tom Mearns.
After winning the Cage Warriors bantamweight title against Marko Kovacevic at Cage Warriors 84, Wood defended his title for the first time last out, finishing Josh Reed in the first round of the main event of Cage Warriors 86 in a back and forth ‘Fight of the Year’ candidate.
Iovine is currently riding an impressive eight-fight winning streak, finishing his last five inside the distance. The Italian is coming off a first-round submission win over Oemer Cankardesler at ACB 75.
Shore is currently 7-0 in his professional career and has won his last six under the Cage Warriors banner, finishing all of those fights inside the distance. The Welshman is coming off an impressive first-round submission win over Ayton De Paepe at Cage Warriors 89 .
Lee is currently on a four-fight losing skid and will look to get back on track against Shore in London. The Birmingham based fighter is coming off a TKO loss to Nathaniel Wood at Cage Warriors 82.
With this announcement, Cage Warriors 92: Super Saturday now looks like this:
Nathaniel Wood vs Luca Iovine (Bantamweight Title)
Sam Creasey vs TBC (Flyweight Title)
Mauro Cerilli vs Karl Moore (Heavyweight Title)
Jack Shore vs Vaughan Lee (Bantamweight)
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 (Welterweight)
Pelu Adetola vs. Modestas Bukauskas (Light Heavyweight)