Cage Warriors 107 will take place at the Exhibition Centre in Liverpool this Saturday night.

The event will be topped by rising heavyweight prospect, Tom Aspinall (6-2), who makes his second appearance for the promotion against Michael Ben Hamouda (2-0).

CW107 is a stacked card with some of the best talent in UK and European MMA on display.

Tom Aspinall (6-2) vs. Michael Ben Hamouda (2-0)

CW107’s main event will be contested between two heavy hitters.

Aspinall is quickly making a name for himself on the UK MMA scene. A known training partner of Darren Till and Tyson Fury, he is being touted as one of the best prospects in Britain. Despite this tag, Tom Aspinall told The Scrap he remains intent on doing everything right before one day stepping onto the world stage.

He’ll face undefeated French fighter Michael Ben Hamouda who picked up a 42 second knockout in his last outing.

Adam Ventre (7-4) vs. Antanas Jazbutis (20-26)

In the night’s co-main event, fan favourite Adam Ventre will face a second late replacement opponent after both Martin Stapleton and Arman Popal fell out of this fight.

Originally scheduled to fight at 155lbs, Adam Ventre will now compete at a 175lb catch-weight against 46-fight veteran, Antanas Jazbutis from Lithuania.

Tim Barnett (7-2-1) vs. Donovan Desmae (13-6)

Barnett is a 6’2 lightweight fighting out of Liverpool. He already holds a win over the nights co-main event Adam Ventre and will be annoyed to find his fight so low on this card. He’ll put his 2-fight win streak on the line against heavy hitter Donovan Desmae.

The Belgain striker fought Mason Jones to a decision loss earlier in the year before KO’ing former champion Alexander Jacobsen just a month later.

Adam Proctor (10-1) vs. Olli Santalahti (10-3)

Adam Proctor is currently running a 5-fight win streak and is unbeaten since suffering his lone lost to Aaron Khalid back in 2016.

During that win streak, he handed Ashley Reece the first loss of his professional career. He’ll look to make it six in a row against Olli Santalahti who has won 10 of his last 11 bouts. The only loss coming agasint top Cage Warriors talent Alex Lahore.

Pietro Menga (12-3) vs. Luke Shanks (5-1)

Currently riding a 3-fight losing streak, Pietro Menga makes his Cage Warriors debut attempting to get back in the win column.

“The Pitbull” began his career at 12-0 before hitting a skid in 2018. Luke Shanks comes off a good win against Liverpool’s own Coner Hignett and will now look to add another big name to his already impressive record.

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The Scrap’s Jordan Ellis of Liverpool, UK is a lifelong fight fan and aspiring writer. Covering all things MMA and Boxing, you can follow him on Twitter (@JordanEllisUK) for daily fight news and content.

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