Ian Garry vs. George McManus Added to Cage Warriors 115 on September 25th

Ian Garry vs. George McManus Added to Cage Warriors 115 on September 25th

By Ross Markey

A welterweight pairing between undefeated Team KF Martial Arts prospect, Ian ‘The Future’ Garry, and upcoming submission threat, George McManus is set for Cage Warriors 115 on September 25th from the BEC Arena in Manchester.

Exciting Dublin based up and comer, Garry – looks to improve on his undefeated 3-0 professional record, following a highlight-reel submission stoppage victory over Mateusz Figlak at Cage Warriors 110 last November in Cork.

Riding a two-fight winning run, McManus gets a home soil occasion opposite, Garry – following his promotional debut triumph against Josh Plant in November of 2018 at Cage Warriors 98. Garry announced the pairing on his latest appearance on The Bash podcast with reporters, Peter Carroll and Niall McGrath.

A fan favourite prospect just three bouts into his professional run, 22-year-old finisher, Garry will make his fourth appearance under Graham Boylan’s Cage Warriors banner since just February of last year. A seven-fight amateur career veteran, Garry managed six victories and just a single defeat – notching finishes over the likes of Guolaugar Por Einarsson, Stephen Costello, Stephen Cunningham, and Tadgh Linnane to name a few.

Making the amateur walk, twelve times, slick submission specialist, McManus has, like Garry – seamlessly transitioned as a professional. Despite a knockout defeat to Kevin Mullen under the ACB banner back in May of 2018 – McManus has secured three total victories. Injury ruled McManus from an appearance at Cage Warriors 105 last May, with his pairing alongside, Martyn Harris ultimately shelved.

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