It takes two baby. It takes two to make two of 4 fighters’ dreams come true.
Two is company and two Titan Titles will be on the line in..you guessed it..the next two months.
Coming in August, Titan 29 will determine the inaugural 170 pound Titan FC strap as 12 fight UFC veteran, Matt Riddle (8-3-2) takes on 7 fight UFC veteran, Bellator Season 5 and 8 Welterweight Tournament Finalist and Season 6 Semi-Finalist, Ben Saunders (16-6-2).
The 29th installment will be held at the Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville, North Coliseum on August 22nd.
Then on September 26th, after his victory over Raphael Davis, Jason Brilz (22-5-1) will have a chance to vie for the TFC Light Heavyweight Gold at Titan FC 30 against Vinny Magalhaes (10-7). Brilz was supposed to square off against Vinny at Titan 28 but due to injury, the 5 fight UFC vet and current M-1 Global Light Heavyweight Champion had to withdraw.
This event will be held at Cedar Park Center in Cedar Park, Texas. These two events will be held in 2 first class arenas and are considered to be an upgrade to the always upgrading promotion, Titan Fighting Championships.
Both the Cedar Park Center and the Crown Coliseum are presented as being class act facilities, not to say the Memorial Hall in Kansas and the First Council Hotel in Oklahoma aren’t. However the new locations can accommodate a vastly larger crowd for seating.
Accommodate for a larger crowd? Sounds yet again that there has been another accomplishment in putting Fans and Fighters first.
As for the television viewing audience?
Titan Fighting CEO, Jeff Aronson said on the Bryan Levick critically acclaimed, Alchemist Radio Show that he’s heard rumors that CBS will begin putting Titan FC shows on CBS rather than CBS Sports like what NBC has done with the World Series of Fighting.