The next big thing in MMA is here, and it is in the form of the promotion Titan Fighting Championships.
Titan is looking to keep their momentum rolling from their last presentation of high quality MMA. Their next event will take place on April 25 at 10 p.m. ET and will have their main card again presented via the CBS Sports Network.
The signed fights as of now consists of “The IE Bad Boy” Ricky Legere (18-4) a former King of the Cage welterweight staple who is riding an 8 fight win streak that includes only one victory not in the form of a stoppage, taking on former WEC, Strikeforce, and Legacy vet Todd “Maniac” Moore (16-5).
And that’s just the beginning.
The next bout pits the 240 pound Bellator and WSOF vet D.J. Linderman (15-7) against former UFC and Bellator competitor Dave “Pee-Wee” Herman (21-6) who has only one victory coming by decision in his career.
Another fight features Light Heavyweight TUF 8 finalist and M-1 standout Vinny “Pezao” Magalhaes (10-7) going toe to toe with Jason Brilz (21-5) who has performed under the lights of the UFC seven times.
The last fight announced has former UFC Welterweight Brock Jardine (9-3) faces Daniel “Ninja” Roberts (14-5) who also has been on the “big show” of the UFC 7 times.
The fan/fighter first motto of the organization seems to be a key factor in what is pushing Titan FC to an elite level, with bonuses given to every fighter that finishes the motivation was in full effect last month at Titan 27.
That event saw young featherweight Kurt Holobaugh (11-2) overcome the gamey Eric Marriot (22-8) by unanimous decision, a returning Matt Riddle (8-3) choke out fellow UFC vet Michael Kuiper (12-4) in two rounds. Then in the main event Mike Ricci (9-4) quickly dispatch crafty MMA guru Jorge Grugel (14-10) by TKO.
Titan FC 28 looks poised to deliver as much if not more excitment than it’s previous offering, check back with SciFighting.com for any updates to this promising event.
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