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Alex Enlund vs Nad Narimani Title Fight Set For Cage Warriors 73

 

Cage Warriors Fighting Championship will crown a new CWFC featherweight champion at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, England, on Saturday, November 1st.

The vacant belt will be on the line when Alex Enlund and Nad Narimani meet at Cage Warriors 73, which has now has also been set as a double main-card event.

The clash of Enlund and Narimani will headline part one of the Cage Warriors 73 bill, with champion Stevie Ray and challenger Curt Warburton bringing the curtain down on part two with their CWFC lightweight title bout.

The first of Cage Warriors 73‘s televised main cards will begin at 6pm local time on Saturday, November 1st, before the second kicks off at 9pm. Further details will be announced shortly.

Enlund (10-2-0-1nc), who’ll have the benefit of vocal home support as a native of the north-east of England, has accumulated a 4-1 record since joining CWFC.

After a move to bantamweight in March 2013 was aborted following a difficult weight-cut and subsequent loss to Martin McDonough, Enlund has looked extremely impressive, embarking on a three-fight win-streak.

The 27-year-old jiu-jitsu specialist rebounded with wins over Sebastian Romanowski and Danny Lawson, before disposing of Artem Lobov at CWFC 65 in Dublin earlier this year.

Nine of his ten wins have come by way of submission, and Enlund has been taken out of the first round just once in his professional career.

Enlund:

“Fighting for the CWFC world title is an absolutely massive opportunity for me. Winning this belt, especially in front of a home crowd at the Metro Radio Arena, would be a huge achievement.

“Nad Narimani is a good opponent and someone I’ve seen a lot of, so I’m looking forward to testing my skills against a well-rounded competitor and bringing the belt home.”

Narimani (7-1) has risen rapidly through the rankings having made his professional debut just over three years ago, starting with a 5-0 run that included notable victories against Marcin Wrzosek and Karsten Lenjoint.

The 27-year-old Englishman then kicked off his CWFC career against future title challenger Graham Turner in July 2013, but was edged out via split decision, tasting defeat for the only time in his career so far.

But Narimani, who has taken five of his seven wins by stoppage, returned to winning ways courtesy of first-round submissions of previously-undefeated pair Theo Michailidis and Benjamin Brander.

Narimani, who hails from Bristol, said:

“This is a huge event and opportunity for me, and I’m proud to be getting this chance to show what I can really do against a very highly-ranked opponent. I’ve been working extremely hard so you can expect me to showcase some new skills and come away with another big win in Newcastle on November 1st.”

Enlund and Narimani will be vying for a title that was most recently held by Jim Alers, who vacated the belt earlier this year after two successful defences prior to his move to the UFC.

Enlund vs Narimani

 

Cage Warriors 73 Fight Card

 

  • Stevie Ray vs Curt Warburton
  • Alex Enlund vs Nad Narimani
  • Juan Manuel Suarez vs Jimmy Wallhead
  • Moktar Benkaci vs Ronnie Mann
  • Shaj Haque vs Damien Rooney
  • Matt Inman vs Lew Long
  • Brett Caswell vs Marcin Lasota
  • Liam James vs Dean Trueman
  • Leeroy Barnes vs Kyle Redfearn
  • Stephen Martin vs Paddy Pimblett
  • Mark Connor vs Ian Malone
  • Ellis Hampson vs Lewis Monarch
  • Irene Cabello vs Vanessa Reinsch
  • Michael Abbott vs Paul Gregson

 

Priced from £35 plus booking fee, tickets for CWFC 73 at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle on Saturday, November 1, are currently available to purchase. Click HERE to get yours.

 

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