“The two title fights are getting quite a lot of national interest from the MMA scene," notes promoter Chris Zorba of the 145lbs and 170lbs championship tilts.
"One minute I thought I was doing amazing and I was winning and the next it was over," notes the Olympians MMA featherweight, never one to mince his words.
The undefeated submission wizard relishes the opportunity of competing in the UFC's Octagon and hopes to bring his dynamic ground game to the fore.
"It’s the most electric match-up I can think of at the moment in British MMA," Zorba notes of the middleweight clash between Paul Cahoon and John Phillips.
Heavy-handed Danish fighter Rosfort notes his ethos in the cage, and speaks about his Cage Warriors championship victory over Greg Loughran.
“I don’t know if I belong there right now,” the humble twenty-three year old noted. “But my goal is to get in there one day and reach the UFC."
A return to fight promotion after a two year hiatus saw Pascal Krauss submit John Quinn and Kenneth Rosfort stop Greg Loughran for the titles.