Cage Warriors adds another Scandinavian fighter in Jack Hermansson to finalize its upcoming March 22nd card in Copenhagen, Denmark. The 12 bouts for the card are now set as the Swede, now training in Norway takes on Enoc Solves Torres. Read the press release and finalized card released today.
CWFC 66: Hermansson vs. Torres
The card for CWFC 66 is now complete, following the addition of a middleweight bout between Jack Hermansson (pictured) and Enoc Solves Torres.
The pair will clash on the main card at Cage Warriors Fighting Championship’s first event in Scandinavia, which takes place at the Ballerup Super Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Saturday, March 22.
Hermansson (5-2), who returns to Cage Warriors following a two-fight stint with Bellator, holds previous CWFC wins over Ali Arish and Mike Ling.
Fighting out of Norway, the 25-year-old Swede has taken all five of his professional wins inside the distance, four of which have come via KO.
“I’m really happy to be on this card as it means my family and friends will finally be able to see me fight live,” said Hermansson. “I can’t wait to put on a show for the Cage Warriors fans in Scandinavia.”
Torres (13-6), a 29-year-old Spaniard, will be making his debut for the promotion against Hermansson in Copenhagen.
A seven-fight M-1 veteran, Torres has taken 10 of his 13 wins by stoppage – five (T)KOs and five submissions.
He said: “I’m really excited about the opportunity to fight for Cage Warriors and I’m looking forward to this challenge against a good opponent.”
Preliminary-card bouts between Jussi Halonen and Frodi Vitalis Hansen, and Binh Son Le and Shamal Tashkilot, have also been added to finalise the CWFC 66 bill.
Sergei Churilov vs. Nicolas Dalby – CWFC welterweight title bout
Mohsen Bahari vs. Bruno Carvalho
Damir Hadzovic vs. Tommy Maguire
Martin Akhtar vs. Toni Tauru
Jack Hermansson vs. Enoc Solves Torres
Robbie Olivier vs. Martin Svensson
Jussi Halonen vs. Frodi Vitalis Hansen
Haakon Foss vs. Per Franklin
Emma Delaney vs. Lina Akhtar Lansberg
Rioo Ibrahim vs. Alexander Jacobsen
Binh Son Le vs. Shamal Tashkilot
Haci Firat Dogan vs. Mathias Lodahl