Two professional bouts and one amateur bout have been added to BCMMA 20, which takes place in Colchester on Nov. 25.
The promotion today revealed the news exclusively to The Sprawl.
The first bout added is a women’s atomweight fight between Wendy McKenna, and Frenchwoman Samantha Jean-Francois.
McKenna (1-1) went 3-3 as an amateur, including an appearance in the 2015 IMMAF Championships. The Englishwoman made her professional debut at BCMMA 17, and defeated Ealla Wu by decision. Following that, she dropped a split decision loss to Catherine Costigan in the co-main event of Cage Warriors 81.
Francois (3-4) has appeared once on a BCMMA show in the past, losing via submission to Byrony Tyrell at BCMMA 15. Following that fight, the 30-year-old was submitted by Svetlana Gotsyk at WWFC 7 in a strawweight title fight; the bout headlined the card.
The second bout added to the card is a professional middleweight bout between James Webb and Henrik Lie. The pair have fought once before at amateur, with Webb taking the victory.
Webb (1-1) went 5-1 as an amateur, picking up three finishes in those five wins. In his professional debut, the Englishman submitted Wallid Jabri at BCMMA 18. Following on from that, he faced Miro Jurkovic at Cage Warriors 84, but lost a decision.
Lie (0-0) will be making his professional debut on the night. As an amateur, the Norwegian amassed a record of 2-3. He is currently riding a two fight skid, losing to Joel Haythorn, and Webb.
The third bout added to the card is an amateur contest between Dalius Sulga and Jamie Ward. The bout will be contested at welterweight.
Sulga (4-3) fights out of the well known BKK Fighters gym, and has competed on the BCMMA show five times. In his most recent performance, the Lithuanian fighter was submitted by Arthur Jacob at BCMMA 17.
Ward (0-3) will be looking for his first amateur win. All of his bouts have taken place at Contenders: East Anglia, but the Brit has not fought since 2014, when he was stopped by Will McEwen.
BCMMA 20 takes place live from the Charter Hall in Colchester, Essex, England, on November 25, 2017.