Sherdog has weigh-in results for tomorrow’s Cage Rage 28 show in London, England, with Leigh Remedios challenging featherweight champ Robbie Olivier.
Roman Webber 101 kg/222.6 lbs vs. James McSweeney 102 kg/224.8 lbs
Antanas Jazbutis 64.5 kg/142 lbs vs. Brad Pickett 65.8 kg/145 lbs
Leigh Remedios 65.8 kg/145 lbs vs. Robbie Olivier 65.8 kg/145 lbs
Ross Mason 77 kg/169.7 lbs vs. Scott Jansen 77 kg/169.7 lbs
Alberto Mina 76.8 kg/169.2 lbs vs. Steve Elliott 76.5 kg/168.6 lbs
Jack Mason 81 kg/178.5 lbs vs. John Hathaway 81.8 kg/180.2 lbs
Michael Pastou 76.5 kg/168.6 lbs vs. Nigel Whitear 77 kg/169.7 lbs
Neil Turner 112 kg/246.4 lbs vs. Steve Hopwood 102 kg/224.8 lbs
Jamaine Facey 80 kg/176 lbs vs. Scott Rogan 79 kg/174.1 lbs
Wesley Johnson 70 kg/154.2 lbs vs. Matt Smith 69 kg/151.8 lbs
Ashley Pollard 122 kg/268.6 lbs vs. Ben Smith 106 kg/233.6 lbs
It’s worth noting that the final card is devoid of any higher profile champions or big names, even by Cage Rage standards. Several of the original headliners originally announced are missing, including James Thompson, Ch’e Mills and Ultimate Fighter alum Ross Pointon, and four fighters from August 16th’s cancelled Cage Rage Contenders event — Steve Hopwood, Ben Smith, Jamaine Facey and Steve Elliot — are now on the card. It doesn’t take much imagination to connect the dots with parent company ProElite’s ongoing financial woes.
Kazuo Misaki (185) vs. Joe Riggs (181.5)
Ashe Bowman (154.5) vs. Josh Thomson (155.5)
Mitsuhiro Ishida (156) vs. Justin Wilcox (155)
Cory Devela (185.5) vs. Terry Martin (185.5)
Trevor Prangley (203) vs. Anthony Ruiz (204)
Jesse Juarez (171) vs. Luke Stewart (169.5)
Eric Lawson (184.5) vs. Kenneth Seegrist (183)
Brandon Magana (172) vs. Brandon Thatch (170.5)
Jesse Gillespie (194) vs. Dave Martin (190.5)
The Thomson/Bowman bout is a non-title affair; also, the “Grabaka Hitman” Misaki will be making just his second appearance on American soil, while former Shooto titlist Ishida is fighting in the US for the first time.
Devela will try to run his winning streak to nine straight against Martin, who was last seen being knocked out in brutal fashion by Vitor Belfort at Affliction’s first show. Prangley is a late replacement for Renato “Babalu” Sobral against Ruiz, himself a replacement for light heavyweight champ Bobby Southworth.
The full event will be available to view live and free of charge tomorrow night on Sherdog.com, who will also have a stream of the event available for a full month beginning on Monday.
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