Dylan Tuke, Adam Amarasinghe and Jai Herbert All Set To Feature At Cage Warriors 98
Cage Warriors 98 will take place on October 20 and five exciting fights were announced for the fight card earlier today.
The event is set to be headlined by a Cage Warriors welterweight title fight featuring champion Stefano Paterno putting his belt on the line against Socttish fighter Ross Houston.
Announced for the undercard earlier today, SBG Ireland prospect Dylan Tuke (4-2) will make his Cage Warriors debut when he takes on veteran fighter Antanas Jazbutis (20-25) who has 45 professional fights already to his name. Tuke is coming off the back of a loss to Sudiq Yusuf at Brave CF 10 in March and will be looking to get back to winning way at the Genting Arena. Tuke started out his career with three straight wins and featured in one of the best fights of 2016 when he defeated fellow Cage Warriors fighter Adam Ventre in a two round war at Shinobi War 8.
Jai Herbert (6-1) will also be taking on Belgium’s Donovan Desmae (11-5). Herbert made his promotional debut back at Cage Warriors 94 and defeated Erdi Karatas via a unanimous decision. Desmae has competed twice already under the Cage Warriors banner and has picked up wins over Aiden Lee and Richard Williams.
Another man making his second appearance under the Cage Warriors banner will be Adam Amarasinghe (3-0). The former IMMAF European gold medallist will take on Scottish fighter Scott Malone who will also enter the contest with an undefeated 3-0 record. Like Amarasinghe, Goodwin also recorded a victory on his Cage Warriors debut and will both will be looking to make it two wins in two fights come October 20.
Also added to the card, Josh Plant (2-2) will take on George McManus (1-1) in welterweight action.
Perry Goodwin will also face Alexander Jacobsen in a lightweight bout.
Stefano Paterno vs Ross Houston (Cage Warriors welterweight title fight)
Dean Truman vs Lewis Monarch (Cage Warriors featherweight tournament semi-final)
Aiden Lee vs Paul McBain (Cage Warriors featherweight tournament semi-final)
Jai Herbert vs Donovan Desmae
Scott Malone vs Adam Amarasinghe
Perry Goodwin vs Alexander Jacobsen
Dylan Tuke vs Antanas Jazbutis
Josh Plant vs George McManus