Cage Warriors’ early November show has another quality matchup set for the O2 Indigo in London.
Former middleweight James Webb (8-4-1) takes on Frenchman Samir Kadi (4-1-0). Webb looks to return to the win column after two finish losses in a row. On the other hand, Kadi looks to make another statement in his second fight with Cage Warriors.
After a successful event last time out in July, Cage Warriors are back in London on November 4th. Fights are still currently being added, but the main event for this one is a featherweight title fight between Jordan Vucenic and Paul Hughes.
James Webb vs Samir Kadi
James Webb has spent the majority of his professional MMA career fighting with Cage Warriors. The Englishman will enter his 12th bout under the promotion in November.
His most notable win streak includes wins over Pedu Adetola, Jason Radcliffe and Thomas Robertsen. Webb captured the Middleweight strap when he submitted Robertsen in March 2019.
After two fights with Nathias Frederick, resulting in a draw and a loss, two big wins over Mick Stanton and Craig White were met with two tough losses.
Webb certainly doesn’t lack the danger element, with 88% of his career wins coming by finish. James will likely be aiming for another when he steps into the cage in November.
Samir Kadi returns to action almost one year out from a huge win over Michael Tchamou at CW 131.
Before this, he fought on the French regional scene, gathering big finish wins in promotions such as Lyon FC and Gladiator Fighting Arena.
Starting his pro MMA career in 2018, 3 of his 4 wins have come by finish. With 1 submission and 2 TKO’s, Samir is a force to be reckoned with.
Another convincing win here would certainly make Kadi a well-known Cage Warriors up and comer.
Who can you see getting their hand raised at the end of this one?
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