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Caged Steel 32 main event showdown will feature Yorkshire' own Louis Lee Scott against Brazilian Leandro LimaCaged Steel 32 main event showdown will feature Yorkshire' own Louis Lee Scott against Brazilian Leandro Lima
Caged Steel 32 main event showdown will feature Yorkshire' own Louis Lee Scott against Brazilian Leandro Lima
Yorkshire's own Mixed Martial Arts sensation Louis Lee Scott will headline Caged Steel 32 at Doncaster Dome and we have a knockout offer - get £10 off your tickets!

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A night of unforgettable, adrenaline-pumping action, full of high-intensity clashes and jaw-dropping moments is promised with a line-up of 22 bouts, including international clashes and gripping title fights next weekend, on Saturday, May 20.

Caged Steel, fast becoming the UK's number-one mixed martial arts promotion, is a a standout name thanks to the packed out shows and incredible atmosphere in their spiritual home at the Doncaster Dome.

Fight fans get to feel the energy of the crowd and be a part of the excitement.

Watching live MMA events at Caged Steel promotions offers a unique and exciting experience, being surrounded by the energy and atmosphere of the event, the cheers and the excitement of the crowd, the thrill of the fight, and the ability to see the fighters’ skills and techniques in person, all make it an unforgettable experience.

The highlight of Caged Steel 32 will be what is billed as an epic main event bantamweight battle between the region's 23-year-old rising star Louis Lee Scott and his formidable Brazilian opponent Leandro Lima.

With an unblemished professional record of 5 wins and 0 losses, Scott, from Leeds and fighting out of Manchester Top Team, has made a name for himself with his striking prowess and ground game.

Fans can always expect an exhilarating fight from the warrior who made his amateur MMA debut on Caged Steel 16, aged just 16.

He exploded into the UK MMA scene with a viral spinning back kick, gaining the attention of thousands of combat sport fans. Since then, he has not disappointed.

But Lima, with a record of 7 wins and 3 losses, poses a significant challenge as he goes for victory to make a statement against a highly regarded opponent.

The co-main event brings together two young fighters with immense potential. Ibragim Ibragimov, a 19-year-old rising star from Dagestan, will take on Maxswell Souza, 24, another tough Brazilian fighter from the same gym as Lima.

Ibragim has an undefeated amateur and a 4-0 professional MMA record, displaying his exceptional wrestling skills. Also fighting out of Manchester Top Team, he has garnered a dedicated following around the world, and his goal is to make Dagestan proud.

Souza, with a professional record of 3 wins and 1 loss, is no stranger to tough competition. Known for his striking prowess and solid Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills, he is a well-rounded fighter capable of challenging anyone in the cage.

Poland's Dawid Panfil , 32, and Jack Comby, 23, representing hometown of Spennymoor, are also set to face off in what promises to be a thrilling encounter featuring two dynamic fighters known for their explosive styles.

Caged Steel 32 at Doncaster Dome on Saturday, May 20Caged Steel 32 at Doncaster Dome on Saturday, May 20
Caged Steel 32 at Doncaster Dome on Saturday, May 20

Another exciting professional bout on the card is between Instagram sensation Ben Woolliss, 29, against James Darkes, 34, who fights out of Manchester Fighters.

A heavyweight clash to send shockwaves through the venue will see African powerhouse Maxwell Djantou Nana, from Cameroon, against the UK’s own Liam Greenwood, who is renowned for his lightning-quick boxing skills.

The Caged Steel Amateur British Lightweight Title is up for grabs with dynamic Cain Morrow, 27, hsiling from the fighting hotspot of Hull and York against Latvian sensation Kristians Boguzs, 19, who is undefeated with 6 wins.

The International Super Lightweight amateur MMA title will see Iceland's Hrafn þráinsson, 36, face Englsnd's Will Bean, 27.

Manchester Top Team's Mitch Wood will fight Layton Kayne, representing The MMA Academy in Liverpool, for the Caged Steel Amateur Featherweight title.

The undercard at Caged Steel 32 is packed with rising stars and explosive matchups to leave fans on the edge of their seat featuring rising stars including Abdifatah Hassan v Omar Majoub, Baldur Logi Sigurðusson v Ali Albazi, Moseke Becke v Helgi Idder, Brad Camps v Filipe Dias.

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Also fighting are Timo McGuire v Kyle Parton, Ryan Bulman v Chris Parker, Luke Dyson v Brett Nilsen, Scott Harper v Shazaib Ali, Joseph Kelleher v Keanan Regisford, Thiago Nogueira v Adarsh Rai, Emil Daði v Uzair Khan and Izack Watson v Freddie Hobson,

"If you’re a fan of combat sports, there is no better reason to secure your tickets and witness this spectacle live," said a spokesperson.

"Picture yourself amidst the electrifying atmosphere, the roar of the crowd, and the palpable tension as each fighter steps into the spotlight. The energy in the arena is infectious, and you’ll find yourself caught up in the raw emotion and passion that only a live event can provide. Doncaster will serve as the epicentre of this exhilarating showdown, where the warriors of Caged Steel will leave their mark and etch their names in the annals of combat sports history.

"If you can’t be there in person, don’t fret. With the option of Pay-Per-View, you can experience the thrill and intensity of the event from the comfort of your own home, no matter where you are in the world. Grab your friends, gather around the screen, and witness the battles that will be etched into MMA lore."

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