Bateman MMA standout Madars Fleminas put an emphatic finish on an already successful 2017 when he was victorious in his professional debut at Caged Steel 19 inside the Doncaster Dome.
Although it wasn’t the hard-fought victory he had wanted, “The Latvian Express” was happy to get off the mark in familiar territory on Yorkshire’s top MMA show. (more…)
24-year-old SKA fighter Ben Fahey is part of the exciting amateur bantamweight four-man tournament set to take place at CSFC 19 on December 2nd, inside the Doncaster Dome.
A new arrival for CSFC, the tournament format pits some of the best bantamweights together to battle for the belt and the cash prize. Fahey is excited to return to action on CSFC, especially in such an eagerly anticipated format. (more…)
Furqan Cheema (7-1) brings an excellent record with him to the cage when he makes his promotional debut at CSFC 19 on December 2nd. The Doncaster Dome will erupt when he takes on Sesku’s Adrian Duchniak in a welterweight contest, with the two popular fighters promising an exciting spectacle.
“I’ve heard great reviews and it’s a professionally ran show,” Said Cheema ahead of his next challenge in Doncaster. (more…)
Evo MMA’s Branden Guest (1-0) will be making his second Caged Steel appearance on December 2nd, after an impressive debut at CSFC 17 back in March.
Guest picked up a first round TKO victory over Stanislav Daleckis, and confirmed his status as a top Doncaster prospect in defeating his more experienced opponent.
After having his taste of the crowd at Doncaster Dome, he can’t wait to be back.
“It’s an amazing event, great atmosphere and it makes you feel alive!” said the local man. (more…)
Sesku’s Adrian Duchniak cuts an imposing figure. The 35-year-old Polish fighter is already proving popular ahead of his second bout in the cage, with lots of fans eager to see him in action at the Doncaster Dome on December 2nd.
“It’s great to be fighting on CSFC,” explained Duchniak, who has big goals inside the cage. “I’m coming for the title, that’s my goal.” (more…)
CSFC middleweight champion Glenn Irvine picked up his second consecutive finish in Doncaster back in July, submitting an experienced veteran in Marcin Prostko in the first round. For the second time, he’d also travelled over from Belfast and upset the local fighter in front of their home crowd.
“It felt amazing winning the title, especially when I stopped the defending champion in the first round,” the Next Generation Northern Ireland fighter told us. (more…)