Paddy Pimblett (left) and Cage Warriors owner Graham Boylan holding Paddy Power's special bet.

Ahead of Cage Warriors 78, renown bookmaker Paddy Power have partnered with CWFC for an incredibly generous charity offer and it’s all about Paddy Pimblett.

On Saturday, September 10, Pimblett aims to win the CWFC Featherweight championship against Johnny Frachey inside Liverpool’s Echo Arena.

Pimblett is in search of his eighth straight win, as he continues to prove he is one of the top 145lb prospect outside of the UFC.

Despite being 21-years-old, “The Baddy” has already called for a fight with UFC Featherweight King, Conor McGregor. Now, bookie Paddy Power are putting the money where their mouth is.

The leading Irish bookmaker have priced the odds at 5/1 for Pimblett to beat “The Notorious” one by 2020.

A confident Paddy commented: “I’m not afraid of anyone, I’ll take them on, anywhere, anytime – McGregor included!”

To take things one step further, Paddy Power have even staked a generous sum of £2,000, with the potential winnings of £10,000 to be donated to Pimblett’s selected charity, Fight for Autism, if he wins.

A Paddy Power spokesperson added: “Paddy’s not a lad who’s short on confidence and we were more than happy to give him a bet on himself when his management team reached out to us. Given his talent he’ll be circling the waters with the big fish in no time, and should he beat McGregor it’ll sting as much as his right hook but a great cause will benefit.”