Raged UK is one of several UK-based promotions hosting a big show this weekend. Taking place on Saturday the 3rd of September this day could be huge in the world of MMA.
Raged UK has a tremendous card for you. With a 20-fight card, you can see both professional and amateur action on display. The first portion of the card will be 15 amateur fights headlined by two title bouts. The latter half of the card will be five professional bouts. The main event will be contested for the vacant Lightweight championship.
A whole plethora of talent top to bottom. This card is one to watch if you’re an MMA fan. With plenty of action throughout the weight classes, it has a bit of everything for you to enjoy.
Where and When to Watch?
The event will be taking place in Swindon at the Mecca in Regent Circus. If you aren’t attending in person the event is still watchable via PPV. Available to buy on FIGHTWORLD.TV, if you click here you can buy the event.
Doors to the event open at around 5:45 pm and the first bout will take place shortly after at 6:00 pm. With the length of the card, this event will have several break periods and could finish anytime from 10 pm to midnight.
Raged UK Fight Card
As previously mentioned this is a 20-fight card boasting both pros and amateurs. The card is listed below from the first fight to the last. The card is subject to change. All amateur fights will be three, three minute rounds. The professional bouts will be three, five minute rounds.
The following is your Raged UK card for September 3rd in Swindon.
Heavyweight – Jordan Everett Vs Sam Marshall
Catchweight – Jay Kerley vs Stephen Todman
Middleweight – Brad Livingstone Vs Ceri Choron
Catchweight – Dan Bassett Vs Adam Kahlil
Catchweight – Dion Miles Vs Jon Hadley
Welterweight – Sam Cooper Vs Jon Hunt
Lightweight – Ollie Wilde Vs Louie Cooke
Catchweight – Paddy Portsmouth Vs Marian Sandu
Middleweight – George Birbeck Vs Raheem Joseph
Catchweight – Rich Lukacs Vs Jacob Phibbs
Welterweight – Charlie Phillips Vs Richard Nottingham
Catchweight – Ben Bates Vs Jordan Walters
Middleweight – Nathan Halton Vs Joe Wood
Vacant Amateur Super Welterweight Title – John Watson Vs Tyler James
Amateur Featherweight Title – leuan Mackenzie Vs Ruslan Vrabja (c)
Lightweight – Finley Mitchell Vs Grant Ogbourne
Heavyweight – Rob Peters Vs Luke Newland
Middleweight – Adam Chetnik Vs Craig Rawlins
Catchweight – Tyler Thomas Vs Chris Astley
Vacant Lightweight Championship – Oscar Ownsworth Vs Bernie Gomm
What fight are you most looking forward to?
Featured image credits to Raged UK