When Was Cage Warriors 145?
Cage Warriors 145 happened on Friday 4th November 2022.
Where did Cage Warriors 145 happen?
Cage Warriors 145 took place at Indigo at the O2, London, United Kingdom.
Who won the main event at Cage Warriors 145?
Paul Hughes beat Jordan Vucenic by unanimous decision in their 5 round contest during the main event of Cage Warriors 145.
The scorecards were announced as in favor of winner Paul Hughes.
The fight was scheduled to take place over 5 rounds in the Featherweight division, which meant the weight limit was 145 pounds (10.4 stone or 65.8 KG).
What were the results at Cage Warriors 145?
At Cage Warriors 145 in the co-main event James Sheehan was victorious over Jamie Richardson by decision in their Welterweight contest, Modestas Bukauskas beat Lee Chadwick on points in a Light Heavyweight bout, Mehdi Ben Lakhdhar defeated Xavier Sedras by decision at Lightweight, and Caolan Loughran was victorious over Luke Shanks by knockout in their Bantamweight contest.
Also, on the prelim card James Webb beat Paddy McCorry on points in a Middleweight bout, Ryan Shelley defeated Josh Reed by submission at Featherweight, Harry Hardwick was victorious over Steve Aimable on points in their Featherweight contest, Oban Elliott beat Sean McCormac by decision in their Middleweight fight, and Ndiaye El Hadji was overcome by Adam Shelley on points in a Lightweight bout.
Results Cage Warriors 145.
These are the fight results from the main card of Cage Warriors 145:
- Jordan Vucenic UD 5 vs UD 5 Paul Hughes (Featherweight)
- James Sheehan UD 3 vs UD 3 Jamie Richardson (Welterweight)
- Modestas Bukauskas UD 3 vs UD 3 Lee Chadwick (Light Heavyweight)
- Mehdi Ben Lakhdhar UD 3 vs UD 3 Xavier Sedras (Lightweight)
- Caolan Loughran KO 2 vs KO 2 Luke Shanks (Bantamweight)
- James Webb UD 3 vs UD 3 Paddy McCorry (Middleweight)
- Ryan Shelley Sub 1 vs Sub 1 Josh Reed (Featherweight)
- Harry Hardwick UD 3 vs UD 3 Steve Aimable (Featherweight)
- Oban Elliott UD 3 vs UD 3 Sean McCormac (Middleweight)
- Ndiaye El Hadji UD 3 vs UD 3 Adam Shelley (Lightweight)