Made4TheCage 23 Carnage
M4TC 23 Carnage poster.

Watch the live stream and follow results for Made4theCage 23 Carnage, which takes place Saturday, February 25 from Rainton Meadows Arena in Tyne and Wear.

In the main event of Made4TheCage 23 Carnage, a huge heavyweight rematch, as hometown fighter James Mulheron (10-1) looks to avenge his sole career loss against Ruben Wolf (11-8).

Mulheron and Wolf fought in February 2015 on M4TC 16: Invasion, which saw “The Viking” finish Mulheron in the third round. Since then, “The Juggernaut” has won three straight, including a victory over Neil Grove at Bellator 158: London

The co-main event of the evening is a domestic super clash, as Ryan Scope (10-0) jumps up from 155lbs to face the reigning M4TC European champion Lewis Long (13-4). Both Long and Scope are vying for the No.1 domestic spot.

Made4TheCage 23 Carnage is being streamed on the M4TC official Facebook page. We will post a link once it is live.


Made4TheCage 23 Live Stream


Made4TheCage 23 Carnage Main Card

European Heavyweight Title: James Mulheron (C) def. Ruben Wolf via unanimous decision 

European Welterweight Title: Lew Long (c) def. Ryan Scope via submission (rear-naked choke) (3:52 – Round 1)

150lb Catchweight Bout: Milad Ahady def. Gavin McGee via submission (rear-naked choke) (2:11 – Round 1)

Featherweight Bout: Nathan Thompson def. Jon Spencer via submission (triangle choke) (3:48 – Round 1)

160lb Catchweight Bout: Josh Abraham def. Craig Clarkson via submission (armbar) (0:19 – Round 1) 

Made4TheCage 23 Carnage Amateur Undercard

UAR Lightweight Title: Shamil Ghadziev def. James Hendin via unanimous decision

UAR Featherweight Title: Lewis Garside def. Scott Pedersen via unanimous decision   

UAR Vacant Flyweight Title: Sam Robinson def. Robbie Brown via unanimous decision   

UAR Lightweight Bout: Michael Stuart def. Rob Harriman via unanimous decision  

UAR Bantamweight Bout: Niall Strange def. Nasser Mehri via submission (rear-naked choke) (0:28 – Round 3)

UAR 141lb Catchweight Bout: Kai Richmond def. James Hazel via unanimous decision