CW 147- Cage Warriors 147: How to Watch, Fight Card, Tickets, Live Stream and more

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Cage Warriors 147 is scheduled to return to BT Sport Studios for another round of the ‘Unplugged’ series, and we’ve got all the details!

The Cage Warriors 147 Unplugged series is a one-of-a-kind collection of fight cards from the BT Sport Studios in East London, with an ambiance reminiscent of the UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

Conor McGregor, Joanna Jedrzejczyk, Michael Bisping, Paddy Pimblett, and Molly McCann have all competed for Cage Warriors on their way to the UFC, so it’s worth understanding how you can see the potential megastars of tomorrow right now!

Here’s everything you need to know about Cage Warriors 147 Unplugged, including the fight card, availability of tickets, live streaming, and more.

Start Time and How to watch Cage Warriors 147:

Cage Warriors 147 will be broadcast on UFC Fight Pass UK in the UK, while the event will be broadcast in the United States by UFC Fight Pass.

When Cage Warriors 147:

Cage Warriors 147 will happen on Sunday, 20th November 2022.

Where Cage Warriors 147:

Cage Warriors 147 will take place at BT Sport Studio, London, United Kingdom.

Cage Warriors 147 Preview:

Cage Warriors 147 returns with a studio show for the third week in a row. Cage Warriors 147: Unplugged takes place on Sunday evening in the BT Sports Studio and will feature two mini-cards with nine fights total, including one for a CW championship.

On Sunday night, George Hardwick (10-1) defends his Cage Warriors Lightweight Championship for the first time. The Middlesbrough native earned the title after landing a stunning body shot on Kyle Driscoll at CW141. The Englishman is now on a roll, having won six consecutive matches. The 25-year-old is an all-natural finisher.

He has some of the most fluid boxing in the division, works the levels well, and is a particularly effective body puncher. Hardwick possesses a devastating guillotine in the submission game. Chris Bungard (17-7) won a split decision over Erick Da Silva in his professional debut at CW142. After stints with ACA and Bellator, the Scot is well-known on the scene. The Scottish Hit Squad member is a seasoned wrestler with nice submissions and tenacity on the feet. Both men enjoy finishes, and we’re expecting another one on Sunday.

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Morgan Charriere (15-9-1) is determined to reclaim his FW gold, and to accomplish it, he must return to winning ways. The Frenchman has lost back-to-back fights in close decisions against Paul Hughes and Jordan Vucenic. “The Last Pirate” has a swarm of followers and is one of Europe’s most beloved fighters.

The Poissy man is a superb striker with excellent footwork. He weaves in and out of his opponents like a fencer. Daniel Baant (7-3) makes his first promotional appearance. The Croatian is from Pula, which is home to an early first-century Roman coliseum. The Trojan Free Fighters fighter is a skilled kickboxer with a brutal ground-and-pound game. A difficult challenge for “El Chapa” to re-enter the race.

Michael Tchamou (3-1) is on a roll, having knocked out Glenn Irvine and Piotr Chmielecki in his last two fights. The Jaguar is mainly an extremely agile, explosive striker who dispatches his opponent in the first. Will Currie (8-2) is another player in good form, having won three in a row. Only champion Christian Leroy Duncan has defeated him. The GB Top Team member is a Jiu-Jitsu expert with many submissions at his disposal. He’s also a lot of fun to dance with. There could be some fireworks here.

Erick Da Silva (22-8) desperately needs a victory after losing four of his past five. The Brazilian is an all-rounder who participated in TUF Brazil Season 4. “ndio Brabo” wields power in addition to a strong BJJ game. Jan Quaeyhaegens (9-4) won a third-round knockout over Kieran Lister at CW136. The Belgian has acquired the moniker “Q-Bomb” for his ability to knock opponents off their feet. That’s not to suggest he doesn’t have a good submission game.

Omran Chaaban (3-1) defeated Jack Dedames via anaconda submission at CW137, improving to 2-0 in the yellow gloves. The Team KF member is a stunning kickboxer with great grappling skills. George McManus (3-3) isn’t in MMA for easy victories. In CW, the Englishman has a.500 records. “The Hangman” is mostly a submission specialist with a strong rear naked choke and armbar.

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Matt Bonnar (12-8-1) has previously won the CW MW title. The Next Gen Liverpool fighter had recently fought down a weight class, but this one is back in his title-winning weight class. The Englishman is a strong wrestler who grabs submissions as his life depends on it. On the move, he can quickly destroy your night.

Alan Carlos (13-10) is no stranger to moving across promotions, having won twice in the CW cage in the last ten years. The Brazilian is one of those guys who will catch you off guard if you stand too long and pounce on any mistake in the grapple. Very difficult, yet defeatable. He hadn’t been very active lately, having only battled once in four years.

Matty Byfield (4-1) has had a turbulent start to his CW career. The Englishman’s debut against Hugo Guillon resulted in a no-contest owing to a groin strike, followed by a controversial victory over Szymon Szynkiewicz due to an alleged elbow to the back of the head. The man from Team Renegade needs a clean win here. The massive light heavyweight is a finisher with excellent Jiu-Jitsu for a man his size. Daniel Ladero (3-0) is another 205er with a great BJJ game who has already tapped out three opponents. The Spaniard specializes in leg locks. Byfield will aim to maintain this position.

Adam Darby (1-0) returns after making a name for himself with a first-round knockout on his debut at CW140. As an amateur, the Team Ryano member was highly regarded and represented Ireland in the IMMAFs. In the grappling exchanges, “The Plank” is also deadly, with active submission games on top and off his back. Mush Aslani (3-3) is another Team Renegade fighter on this card, and this will be his first time donning the yellow gloves. The Englishman is a submission fighter who has three professional wins by decision.

Paddy Wilkinson (debut) makes his pro debut after a successful amateur career that included a silver medal at the 2018 IMMAF Junior Worlds. The Malahide Martial Arts practitioner is a standout performer. Milton Afonso Cabral (3-2) is a challenging opponent in your first fight. The Portuguese will come to your stall to trade. In each of his three victories, the 32-year-old has won by knockout.

Cage Warriors 147 Ticket:

Cage Warriors confirmed the following on their official website regarding event tickets: “We are returning to BT Sport Studios for another installment of ‘Unplugged.'” This is a private event. Winners will be notified via email. If you missed out, follow us on social media for updates. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.”

Cage Warriors 147 Fight Card

There will be two fight cards from BT Sport Studios on Sunday, November 20th, 2022, and here is the full list of bouts currently announced by the company ahead of the event:

Show 1 Fight Card

  • Paddy Wilkinson vs Milton Afonso Cabral – Welterweight bout
  • Bakhtyaar Oryakhail vs Ollie Sarwa – Bantamweight bout
  • Adam Darby vs Mush Aslani – Welterweight bout
  • Daniel Ladero vs Matty Byfield – Light Heavyweight bout
  • Alan Carlos vs Matt Bonner – Middleweight bout
  • Sam Creasey vs Shajidul Haque – Cage Warriors Flyweight Title bout

Show 2 Fight Card

  • George McManus vs Omran Chaaban – Welterweight bout
  • Jan Quaeyhaegens vs Erick Da Silva – Lightweight bout
  • Will Currie vs Michael Tchamou – Middleweight bout
  • Morgan Charriere vs Daniel Bazant – Featherweight bout
  • George Hardwick vs Chris Bungard – Cage Warriors Lightweight Title bout

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