The deal will see Narimani (5-1) compete under the CWFC banner for his next five fights, as he aims to continue to assert himself as one of the top featherweights in the UK.
The 26-year-old Englishman performed extremely impressively when he put his unbeaten record on the line in his CWFC debut last month against fourth-ranked UK featherweight Graham Turner at Cage Warriors 56 in London.
After the bout went the distance, Turner snatched a split decision win but, in spite of the loss, it only served to enhance Narimani’s reputation as one of the most promising prospects in the UK.
Prior to his Cage Warriors debut, Narimani picked up notable wins over Marcin Wrzosek and TUF alumni Karsten Lenjoint.
“I can’t wait to get back in there for Cage Warriors to make a statement,” said Narimani. “I’m really happy to have signed with such a good show.”