CAGE WARRIORS 67 WEIGH-IN RESULTS – JOHNS FAILS TO MAKE WEIGHT


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Cage Warriors 67 comes to Swansea, Wales, tomorrow (12th April), at the LC, but before that can happen the all important Weigh-ins for the 7 professional fights that are happening took place.

The headline fight between Brett Johns (C) VS James Brum for the Cage Warriors FC Bantamweight Belt has now became vacant due to to Brett Johns being unable to make weight on his second attempt and decided to vacate the belt, James Brum will still  be entitled to claim the vacant title if successful in the five round fight.

FLYWEIGHT BOUT:

Mark Handley* (130.9lbs) VS Paul Rogers* (126.5lbs)

Handley had two hours to cut 4.9lbs***

Handley failed to make weight at the second attempt (130.5lbs)*** therefore will forefit 25% of his purse to his opponent

Rogers had two hours to cut 0.5lbs

Rogers made weight on second attempt (126lbs)**

LIGHT-HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

Simas Norkus (203.8llbs) VS Stu Tyrie (205.8lbs)

BANTAMWEIGHT BOUT

Gemma Hewitt  (134.1lb) VS  Agnieszka Niedzwiedz (135.4lbs)

CATCHWEIGHT BOUT

Jamie Pritchard (139.5lbs)  VS  Phil Raeburn* (141.1lbs)

Raeburn had two hours to cut 1.1lbs

Raeburn made weight on second attempt (140lbs)**

FLYWEIGHT BOUT

Shajidul Haque (125.9lbs)  VS  Martin McDonough* (126.3lbs)

McDonough had two hours to cut 0.3lbs

Mcdonough made weight on second attempt (125.7lbs)**

LIGHTWEIGHT BOUT

Sean Carter (155.6lbs)  VS  Mario Saeed (154lbs)

BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE BOUT

Brett Johns* (C) (137.5lbs)  VS  James Brum (134.6lbs)

Johns had two hours to cut 2.5lbs

Johns failed to make weight on his second attempt (137lbs) *** as a result has vacated the Cage Warriors Bantamweight Belt.

 

For more details on the whole card and viewing details go to www.cagewarriors.com 

 

* Missed weight 1st attempt

**  Made weight 2nd attempt

*** Failed to make weight

 

 

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Author: Emma Bramford

Having been around combat sport for over two decades, my passion for MMA just grows and grows. I am a columnist for MMA UnCaged Magazine and have contributed to many leading MMA sites in the past but the time for my own is here, whilst still maintaining contributing articles to other MMA sites.

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