Warriors Way 15 Results

Warriors Way 15

Warriors Way 15 took place this past weekend in Australia and the event featured a 4-man tournament with the winner earning a spot on a future Lion Fight event.

Lion Fight and Warriors Way recently announced a partnership between the two promotions. The four fighters in the tournament were Tum Sityodtong, Sam Hill, Matt Cashmore, and Pat Richards. The first semi-final bout featured Tum vs. Richards and Tum was able to outscore Richards to win a unanimous decision. Matt Cashmore scored a KO over Sam Hill to punch his ticket to the tournament final. In the final Tum was able to take home a unanimous decision win and earn his spot on a future Lion Fight card.

Warriors Way promoter Mark Castagnini said, “Success … That’s the word to describe the Warriors Way and Loin Fight 4-man eliminator. The winner was Tum
Sityodtong who is currently based out of Melbourne. In two hard fought fights he beat Pat Richards in the first match up then met Matt Cashmore in the final. Both fights went the distance, but Tum was to slick in both bouts and I’m sure it will be a exciting revelation when he is showcased on Lion Fight.

This first partnership event was a huge success and the interest and support from all over Australia has been awesome and it will no doubt be the first of many partnership promotions between Warriors Way and Lion Fight. I look forward to again showcasing the best talent from the Oceania region on future events.”

Warriors Way 15 Results:
Chris Harrington def. Oscar Muir Remihana via (T)KO
Erhan Guengoer def. Arman Salam via Unanimous Decision
Ray Dimachki def. Andreas Vasiliou via Unanimous Decision
River Daz def. Tyler Hedley via (T)KO
Pia Salgado def. Asia Walpsko via Unanimous Decision

4-Man Tournament Semi-Finals:
Tum Sityodtong def. Pat Richards via Unanimous Decision
Matt Cashmore def. Sam Hill via KO

4-Man Tournament Final:
Tum Sityodtong def. Matt Cashmore via Unanimous Decision


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