Cage Rage 25

EliteXC Presents Cage Rage 25: Bring it On was a mixed martial arts event co-promoted by England's Cage Rage Championships and the United States' Elite Xtreme Combat that took place on Saturday, March 8, 2008 at the Wembley Arena in London, England. The event was televised on Sky Sports in the United Kingdom, and Showtime in the United States.

The main event featured the return of Ken Shamrock to MMA action, his first fight since leaving the UFC, as he took on Robert Berry. Cage Rage World Featherweight Champion Masakazu Imanari took on Jean Silva in the co-main event, and the card also featured Ken Shamrock's son, Ryan Shamrock.

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