by Lee Whitehead – MMAWeekly.com
Cage Warriors is in the books in the UK as Jeff Monson has no problem with an easy win. Monson looks to be headed to the UFC with a possible showdown with Brandon Lee Hinkle soon. Monson has been assured that while competing in the UFC he will be still be able to defend his Cage Warriors Heavyweight title. He also stated that his next match is going to be a pro-boxing match early in the new year before the next UFC. Monson believes he is the best possible opponent out there to tackle Andre Arlovski for the title should he get past Mir, failing that a match between him and Mir should also present no stylistic problems and that he feels he is the better grappler.
Michael Bisping told MMAWeekly’s Lee Whitehead that he has been talking to the UFC regarding TUF3 – he has had two conversations with Joe Silva so far and will be down in London on the 3rd of December to talk with their representatives. He has also mention that his management team have had interest from Pride and K1
- Antonio “Pezão” Silva Junior (4-0-0) defeats Ruben “Warpath” Villarreal (9-7-1) by referee stoppage at 3:07 of the first round.
- Jeff “The Snowman” Monson (19-5-0) breezes through Emmanuel Marc (3-4-0) at 0:57 of the first round by Rear Naked Choke to retain his CWFC Heavyweight Title
- Michael “The Count” Bisping (10-0-0) defeats Ross “The Gladiator” Pointon (4-6-0) by armbar at 2:00 of the first round
- Martin “Hitman” Kampmann (11-2-1) defeats Damien Riccio (8-11-0-1NC) by Rear Naked Choke 1:58 into the second round
- Dan “The Outlaw” Hardy (10-4-0) defeats Matt “12 Gauge” Thorpe (5-4-0) by majority decision to become the new CWFC Welterweight Champion
- Alexandre “Xandinho” Izidro (4-4-0) decisions Thomas Hytten (14-4-1) to retain his CWFC Lightweight Title
- Danny Batten 8-6-2 retains his CWFC Featherweight Title when Augusto Frota 5-2-0 is unable to answer the bell for the fourth round
- Paul McVeigh (5-3-0) defeats Phil “Billy” Harris (9-5-0) by triangle choke at 1:05 of the third round to retain his CWFC Bantamweight Title
- Rosi Sexton (5-0-0) defends her title CWFC Women’s Under 60kg Title against Dina Van Den Hooven (2-1-0). Dina was unable to continue at the end of round three.
- Martin Wojcik defeats Christian Smith (2-1-0) on his pro debut by referee stoppage due to Ground and Pound at 2:52 of the first round