We have your Cage Warriors 146: Duncan vs Dimitrov results. Cage Warriors 146 will take place in Manchester, England, on the 12th of November, available to stream on UFC Fight Pass. The card will feature 14 matches, including a title fight and an interim title fight. Undefeated Christian Leroy Duncan will defend his middleweight belt against Bulgarian challenger Marian Dimitrov in the main event. Duncan is a fierce KO threat with a deceptive record. Despite only having had six fights as a pro, Duncan has had plenty of amateur bouts to hone his game, including at IMMAF. Dimitrov is less proven so far and will need to provide a coming-out performance if he’s to emerge triumphant against the odds.
The co-main event will be a battle of the ages as veteran “Judo” Jim Wallhead takes on Polish upstart Mateusz Figlak. Wallhead is 38 but can draw upon a lot of experience, from previous Cage Warriors bouts to stints in KSW, the UFC and Bellator. Along with his brother Michal Figlak, Mateuz Figlak has burst onto the Cage Warriors scene with fan-winning vigor, with very impressive performances, and his only loss so far being to successful prospect Ian Machado Garry. The match will be for the interim Cage Warriors welterweight belt.
Other notable fighters include Bellator alumni and AKA representative Chuck Campbell, who will be fighting Andy “The Vice” Clamp at light heavyweight, and Welsh flyweight Aaron Aby, who will lock horns with previous title challenger, the Croat Stipe Brčić. There are many other matchups on the card as well, including a heaping helping of featherweight matchups such as between former featherweight title contender James “The Honeybadger” Hendin and the roaming Frenchman Araik Margarian.
Cage Warriors 146 Results
Christian Leroy Duncan def. Marian Dimitrov for the Cage Warriors Middleweight Championship via TKO (spinning elbow and punches) at 4:56 of R1
Jim Wallhead def. Mateusz Figlak for the Cage Warriors Interim Welterweight Championship via KO (punches and ground-and-pound) at 1:39 of R1
Chuck Campbell def. Andy Clamp via TKO (punches to ground-and-pound) at 4:35 of R1
Stipe Brčić def. Aaron Aby via UD (29-28 x3)
Adam Cullen def. Martin Causse via TKO (ground-and-pound) at 4:05 of R1
Luke Riley def. Karol Kutyła via TKO (punches) at 2:01 of R1
Jordy Bakkes draws Antonio Sheldon via SD (29-27, 27-28, 28-28)
Sam Kelly def. Jack Eglin via TSUB (mounted guillotine choke) at 1:31 of R2
James Hendin def. Araik Margarian via SUB (rear naked choke) at 2:48 of R1
Łukasz Kopera def. Aaron Johnson via SUB (inside heelhook) at 3:42 of R3
Reece McEwan def. Teodoro Scolieri via SUB (guillotine choke) at 4:05 of R2
Samuel Bark def. Manny Akpan via TKO (knee and ground-and-pound) at 2:50 of R2
Milad Ahady def. Tom Mearns via UD (30-27 x3)
Liam Gittins def. Faisal Malik via TKO (punches) at 3:53 of R1