LONDON – Nathias Frederick produced a thrilling finale of flying fists and knees to stop James Webb and capture the Cage Warriors middleweight title in their championship rematch at Cage Warriors 111 on Friday night. The first meeting between the pair ended in a draw after Frederick (8-2-1 MMA, 1-0-1 CWFC) fell foul of point deductions for an illegal spike on the champion, while Webb (6-2-1 MMA, 4-2-1 CWFC) bemoaned the judging that saw him only scrape a draw, despite the scorecard sanctions handed to his opponent. It meant a rematch was essential, and the pair met in a grueling encounter in the main event at Indigo at The O2 that looked set to go all the way to the judges’ scorecards once again.

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