Cage Warriors 132 Results

Day two of “Double Trouble” goes down today in London as Cage Warriors 132 closes out 2021 for the UK promotion. Dom Wooding faces his first test as champion, along with a long list of top-tier European prospects. MMA Sucka brings live Cage Warriors 132 results right here.

Dom Wooding (8-4) has knocked out every opponent he has beaten, but Brazilian Carlos Abreu (9-3) has no plans on becoming the next addition to that statistic. They will battle for the bantamweight title in the main event of Cage Warriors 132, after an intense weigh-in prompting separation by CEO Graham Boylan. While Abreu is a new signing to Cage Warriors, Wooding recently halted the hype train of previously unbeaten Nathan Fletcher at Cage Warriors 127 with a head kick and punches TKO to win the title.

The co-main event is a bit of a tricky situation as it originally featured a flyweight title fight rematch between Sam Creasey (15-3) and Luke Shanks (8-3). As Shanks missed weight, the fight is now a three-round non-title fight. The fight is an immediate rematch from their battle at Cage Warriors 129 in October, where a back-and-forth battle saw Creasey win by third-round guillotine choke. The Fight Pass stream dropped for the first half of round 2, with the fight favoring a completely different fighter when it returned. A Shanks win would certainly set up a trilogy fight in 2022 for the undisputed belt.

Watch for brothers Michal Figlak and Mateusz Figlak, who are on a lot of top prospect lists in Europe at the moment. DWCS veteran Leonardo Damiani also makes his return to Cage Warriors when he fights top middleweight Jamie Richardson.

Cage Warriors 132 Results

Main Card (UFC Fight Pass, 3:30pm EST / 12:30pm PST)

Dominique Wooding def. Carlos Abreu via knockout (overhand hand to flying knee) at :38 of round 1 to defend the Cage Warriors Bantamweight Championship

Luke Shanks def. Sam Creasey via TKO (strikes) at 4:25 of round 1

Mateusz Figlak def. Kent Kauppinen via Unanimous Decision (30-27 x3)

Jamie Richardson def. Leonardo Damiani via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass, 1:45pm EST / 10:45am PST)

Michal Figlak def. Stevie McIntosh via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)

Aaron Aby def. Samir Faiddine via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-26)

Aidan Stephen def. Edward Walls via Unanimous Decision (29-28 x3)

Paull McBain def. Konmon Deh via TKO (Ground and Pound) at 2:39 of round 2

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