Cage Warriors have confirmed an extremely busy second half of the year, finalising the rest of their 2024 schedule. 

The promotion kicked the year off where they ended in 2023, heading back Stateside for Cage Warriors 166, which went down in San Diego. They then headed back to Manchester for two shows in as many nights in March, before heading to London just two weeks later. From there, it was onto Dublin before returning for the first time in several years to Glasgow and then onto Newcastle.

At the time of writing, Cage Warriors have already held 4 title fights this year and crowned 3 new champions in the process. The first title fight of the year came as Liam Gittins defended his Bantamweight crown against Roberto Hernandez in the featured preliminary bout of Cage Warriors 168. On the same night, Andy Clamp claimed the vacant Light Heavyweight title with a third round submission win against Matthew Byfield in the main event of the evening. 

James Sheehan realised his dream in front of a home crowd at Cage Warriors 170, in a Welterweight war against Daniel Konrad. ‘Jimbo Slice’ had to dig deep to after suffering numerous cuts, but pulled away in the fourth round to tie up an arm triangle and take the Welterweight title back to Team Ryano. 

In their most recent outing, the promotion returned to ‘The Toon’ and Harry Hardwick joined his brother George in becoming a Cage Warriors champion with a second round stoppage against Orlando Wilson Prins at Cage Warriors 172. 

There are already numerous dates announced for the next couple of months with, San Diego (June 7th), London (July 20th), Manchester (July 25th) and Glasgow (September 7th) already scheduled. On Thursday, the promotion added 6 more shows to see them through until the end of the year. They were as follows:

Friday, September 22nd - CW 177: Unplugged - BEC Arena

Saturday, September 23rd - CW 178: Manchester - BEC Arena

October 2024 - CW 179: Rome (date and venue TBC)

Friday, November 15th - CW 180: London - indigo @ The O2

Saturday, November 23rd - CW 181: Newcastle - Vertu Motors Arena

Friday, December 15th - CW 182: San Diego - Sycuan Casino Resort

Reflecting on their busy start to the year, Cage Warriors Play-by-Play Commentator, Brad Wharton said:

 "2024 has already been a fantastic year for Cage Warriors...

"It's been great to get back to locations like Newcastle and Scotland, and seeing the passion that the fanbase has for events we're putting on."

"With the full 2024 schedule now locked in, fans can look forward to more Cage Warriors action across multiple continents. With the added excitement of multiple $50,000 PrizeFighter tournaments, there's never been a better time to be a CW fan!"