27 September 2020 04:45
U.K. stalwart Cage Warriors has its next champ-champ after lightweight champ Mason Jones stopped Adam Proctor at Cage Warriors 116 to win the promotion's welterweight title. Jones, nicknamed "The Dragon," finished Proctor at the 4:31 mark of the opening frame to add a second title to his collection in the headliner of Saturday's fight card, which took place in Manchester U.K. Here's video of the finish. DOUBLE DRAGON #CW116 pic.twitter.com/Pb2vev6E03 — Cage Warriors (@CageWarriors) September 26, 2020 Mason joins Conor McGregor (featherweight and lightweight) on a short list of two-division champs in the British promotion, which has sent dozens of fighters to the UFC. Afterward, Mason, who's unbeaten in professional competition after nine fights, called his shot in the octagon. "I'll be ready to go in a week, in two weeks, in four," Jones said after his win in a direct message to UFC President Dana White and matchmaker Sean Shelby.
"Find the biggest, deadliest lightweight monster you can find and I'll go out there and dismantle them. Dig me up the biggest monster you can find, and I'll put them away in two." Mason 'The Dragon' Jones is THE MAN. A TKO victory in the first round - he is now the double champ. DOUBLE DRAGON #CW116 pic.twitter.com/Pb2vev6E03 Last updated on.From the section Mixed Martial Arts Mason Jones hopes to join the UFC ranks Welshman Mason Jones has become the first fighter to hold two Cage Warriors world titles at the same time since Conor McGregor. The Blaenavon fighter beat Adam Proctor in Manchester to add the welterweight crown to his lightweight world title with a first-round win.
Main Card (2:30pm EST., UFC Fight Pass) Vacant Cage Warriors Welterweight Championship Mason Jones def. Adam Proctor by TKO via strikes (4:31, R1) to win the title Paul Hughes def. Aidan Stephen by submission via rear naked choke (4:21, R3) Kieran Lister def. Tom Mearns via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27) Sam Creasey def. Nicolas Leblond via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) Jordan Vucenic def.
Steve Aimable via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) Preliminary Card (1:50pm EST., UFC Fight Pass) Joshua Onwordi def. Leon Hill via unanimous decision (29-27, 30-26, 29-28) Christian Duncan def. Kyle McLurkin by TKO via strikes (0:12, R2)