Cage Warriors 142 has a Flyweight scrap for the Wales event. On the bill will be a Flyweight championship fight as Stipe Brčić challenges Sam Creasey for his 125 lbs title.
Originally scheduled to defend his belt at Cage Warriors 141 on July 22nd. After his opponent, Dylan Hazan didn’t make weight the bout fell through. It didn’t take long for Sam to find a new challenger as less than a month later he will compete.
A Cage Warriors regular, fans of the promotion will be familiar with Creasey. For those who are not. Here is a little bit about the current Flyweight champion. Currently 15-4 he has eleven wins via way of stoppage.
A combination of both KO/TKOs with five and submissions with six. A true artist of all the martial arts. He can mix it up well in all aspects and create a problem wherever the fight ends up.
Despite losing his last fight, he retained his title as his opponent missed weight. Looking to retain his belt with a bang expect Sam to return to the form that saw him claim gold. A run that saw him win four in a row.
Coming in to challenge Sam will be Croatia’s Stipe Brčić. Entering Cage Warriors for the first time he is currently on a two-fight winning streak. An Elite MMA Championship regular. He left the promotion as the Flyweight and Bantamweight champion.
10-2 as a professional. He has won six of his fights inside the distance. Boasting an equal three, submissions and KO/TKOs. Despite coming in as an unknown. He has plenty of skills to pull the upset and leave Wales as the new champion.
At 29-years-old he is still young and yet to enter his prime. Expect a hungry competitor when Stipe competes. As he feels he needs to make a statement and introduce himself to the Cage Warriors audience.
Who leaves Cage Warriors 142 as the champion?
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