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Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company (CWFC) designs and manufactures highly engineered valves, pumps, motors, generators, electronics, systems and related products for complex naval defence, power generation, oil and gas and general industrial applications.
This was announced by the Cage Warriors Fighting Championship (CWFC), citing "logistical problems" as the reason why the production has been scrapped.
CWFC has grown rapidly since its inception a decade ago to 17 shows in 13 countries in 2012 and marks its 50th event by crowning a new heavyweight champion in the UAE.
CWFC said in a press release that the purchase had cost it USD1.85m (EUR1.46m).
The CWFC team have already started the matchmaking process for this event.If you wish to be included email: email@example.com
Cage Warriors Fighting Championship (CWFC) have announced the first few fights of what will be an action-packed night of world-class Mixed Martial Arts, taking place October 25 at Khalifa Sports City in Isa Town.
CWFC designs, manufactures, distributes, and qualifies flow control products that cater to the needs of nuclear power plants, nuclear equipment manufacturers, hydroelectric energy producers, and the US Department of Defense.
Reflecting on the upcoming event which will feature a series of fights ranging from amateur to professional bouts, and including Arab MMA fighters, Graham Boylan described the growth of CWFC.
Officials from the London-based mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion confirmed on Monday that they will be staging another major event in Bahrain this October 25, entitled CWFC Fight Night 9.
Curtiss-Wright Flow Control (CWFC) has announced that its business unit, Farris Engineering Services, has received a third patent on its iPRSM pressure relief systems management software.
FRENCHMAN Gael Grimaud last night retained his Cage Warriors Fighting Championship (CWFC) belt as he recorded a third round victory over American former 'Ultimate Fighter' contestant and Strikeforce veteran, Jesse "JT Money" Taylor in the feature bout of the first ever mixed martial arts (MMA) event to be staged in Bahrain.
Eleven match ups will be contested as UK-based Cage Warriors Fighting Championship (CWFC) makes its Bahrain debut at the Khalifa Sports City, Isa Town.
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