Cage Warriors 114 weigh-in results: All fighters make weight ahead of night 1 of ‘The Trilogy’

    All 18 fighters successfully made their contracted weights ahead of Cage Warriors 114 as the nine-fight card was made official for the first night of the U.K. promotion’s “Trilogy” in Manchester.

    Headlining the card is a battle for the Cage Warriors flyweight title, as French champion Samir Faiddine (123.4 pounds) puts his title on the line against England’s Luke Shanks (125). Flyweights also feature in the night’s co-main attraction, as Jake Hadley (125.9) takes on Shajidul Haque (125.6).

    Cage Warriors 114 takes place Thursday at the BEC Arena in Manchester, England. The event streams live on UFC Fight Pass.

    The full Cage Warriors 114 weigh-in results include:

    MAIN CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 4 p.m. ET)

    • Champion Samir Faiddine (123.4) vs. Luke Shanks (125) – for flyweight title
    • Jake Hadley (125.9) vs. Shajidul Haque (125.6)
    • Mateusz Figlak (169.5) vs. Madars Fleminas (169.7)
    • Aaron Khalid (169.7) vs. Mick Stanton (170.5)
    • Adam Amarasinghe (124.8) vs. Coner Hignett (125.1)

    PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 2:30 p.m. ET)

    • Alan Brykalski (153.6) vs. John Mitchell (155)
    • Matt Bonner (184.1) vs. George Smith (184.6)
    • Jack Maguire (134.8) vs. Ciaran Mulholland (134.9)
    • Oban Elliott (153.9) vs. Michal Figlak (155.8)

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