Definition of cage fighting in English:

cage fighting

Line breaks: cage fight|ing


[mass noun]
A form of mixed martial arts which takes place in a cage or similarly enclosed arena.
More example sentences
  • Rosi reckons there are strong similarities between her talents for maths and for cage fighting, also known as mixed martial arts.
  • The pay-per-view sport also known as cage fighting has been blasted by Senator John McCain.
  • In between shots, Larry and I do a lot of cage fighting.


cage fighter

More example sentences
  • The alleged ringleader, a cage fighter, is believed to be in Morocco.
  • He was even matched against - and beat - the toughest cage fighters in the world in America.
  • Murray, the ringleader, had been one of the world's leading cage fighters, earning 30,000 a bout at events, the Old Bailey heard.

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