Don't miss Titan FC 37
Written by: Mayzie
Fists will fly in an action packed event as Titan FC 37 takes over Ridgefield, Washington on March 4th. The first Titan FC event of the year out of the eight scheduled in 2016 surely won’t disappoint as three title bouts have been arranged for the evening. On top of all that excitement, the card is full of experienced veterans and also starts off with a debut fight. Make sure you don’t miss the action at the Clark County Event Center, starting at 8 pm.
The first fight of the night will feature Jose Torres and Jorge Dominguez in their professional debuts at the Bantamweight class. Torres is the clear favorite against Dominguez. Will the predictions be right and Jose start his career with a win, or will it go to the under dog?
Next, we will see Austin Arnett step into the ring against Dave Burrow in a lightweight bout. Arnett will battle it out in his home state verses the Arkansas native Burrow.
Third on the card is six and oh, welterweight Ben Egli going toe to toe with the eight and five, E.J. Brooks. Egli has a four inch height advantage over Brooks, standing at 6 foot while Brooks only comes in at 5’8”, which should keep things pretty interesting.
Number one, regionally ranked lightweight for Kansas and Missouri, Grant Dawson will be seeing the unranked Robert “The Beast” Washington in the cage. Even though the fighters last weighed in both at 155 pounds, Washington outweighs Dawson in experience. The Beast is stepping into the ring with 21 more professional fights than his opponent.
Jason Novelli verses Zac Bucia is scheduled as the fifth fight on the card. Novelli has a ten and one record, weighing in at 155.5 pounds and standing 6’0”. He will be facing the fifteen and six Bucia, also weighing 155.5 pounds with a height of 5’ 10”.
The sixth fight of the evening will feature Anthony Gutierrez against Benny Vinson. Gutierrez has an advantage of three pounds and four inches over Vinson. However, Vinson has experience on his side.
The cage will be occupied by Pat “Bam Bam” Healy and Muhsin Corbbrey in another Lightweight bout. It will be the fifty first time Healy has stepped into the cage, as opposed to Corbbrey’s fourteen and eight record.
Stepping up next, is the Titan FC Flyweight Champion Tim Elliott against challenger Pedro “The Rock” Nobre. The title bout was originally scheduled to headline Titan FC 36, however, with the event being cancelled, fans had to wait it out to see these two fight. Nobre has been training hard to cut weight at a chance to throw down with the champ.
If one title bout is not enough, don’t worry, the Featherweight Title is on the line next as Champion Andre Harrison defends against the challenger Steven Siler in a co-main event. Siler won’t have it easy trying to win the belt from his 11-0 opponent.
Finishing out the evening with the final fight and co-main event is a bout over the vacant, Bantamweight Championship Title. Ricky Simon and Anderson “Berinja” Dos Santos will fight it out to decide who walks away with the title. For the first time ever, Dos Santos will be fighting in the USA, his previous professional fights taking place in Brazil. A Washington native, Simon, doesn’t plan on making it easy on Dos Santos. He will fight to keep his unbeaten record in tact in front of his home crowd.
You don’t want to miss any of the action when the fights start at 8pm. Tickets can be purchased from Cagetix.com if you can make it in person. For those who do not want to miss the action of this triple header, title bout event, all the action will be aired exclusively on UFC Fight Pass.