Jack Marshman (Photo: Huw Fairclough | Short & Round)
Cage Warriors Fighting Championship is pleased to announce the addition of Jack Marshman and Mateusz Teodorczuk to its roster.
The pair have each inked five-fight deals which will see them compete exclusively for the promotion over a minimum period of 18 months.
Marshman (14-4), one of the UK’s top middleweights, has taken all but two of his 14 wins inside the distance, 10 of which have come via (T)KO.
An active serviceman with parachute regiment 3 Para, Marshman is a former middleweight champion for domestic British promotion BAMMA and holds notable wins over the likes of Lee Chadwick and Andrew Punshon.
“I’m very happy to have signed with Cage Warriors and I’m looking forward to some really interesting match-ups with Europe’s premier promotion,” said the 24-year-old Welshman.
“I want to thank my superiors at 3 Para for supporting me in my MMA career and allowing me the opportunity to train full-time. Also thanks to Graham Boylan for giving me this fantastic opportunity.”
Meanwhile, Teodorczuk (11-2) commits to Cage Warriors Fighting Championship on the back of his impressive promotional debut at CWFC 63 in Dublin on New Year’s Eve.
Mateusz Teodorczuk (Photo: Dolly Clew | Cage Warriors)
The 24-year-old Polish lightweight picked up his ninth consecutive victory and a Submission of the Night bonus, ending Paul Redmond’s five-fight win-streak via anaconda choke in the second round of their main-card meeting.
Teodorczuk said: “I believe that I showed my skills and potential in beating Paul Redmond, and I’m ready for any challenge that CWFC will have for me. I’m really happy to have signed this deal.
“I want to beat every rival that stands in my way and get the opportunity to fight for that lightweight title. It’s a stacked division but the other guys in there need to be aware that there’s now a new big fish in the pond.”