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titan fc 35

Three championships will be on the line this Saturday night at Titan FC 35, including a main event between Rick Hawn and lightweight champion Pat Healy.

Set for the Clark County Fairgrounds Event Center in Ridgefield, Washington, the entire card will stream live on UFC Fight Pass.

Along with Healy-Hawn for the 155-pound belt, Andre Harrison defends his featherweight title against Desmond Green and Tim Elliott does the same with his flyweight strap on the line vs. Felipe Efrain.

Check out the current lineup below, along with a video preview:

MAIN CARD (UFC Fight Pass/8 p.m. ET)

Titan FC Lightweight Championship
Pat Healy (c) vs. Rick Hawn

Titan FC Featherweight Championship
Andre Harrison (c) vs. Desmond Green

Titan FC Flyweight Championship
Tim Elliott (c) vs. Felipe Efrain

Welterweight: Zane Kamaka vs. Belal Muhammad

Featherweight: Steven Siler vs. Austin Springer

Lightweight: E.J. Brooks vs. Jason Novelli

Bantamweight: Ricky Simon vs. Alex Soto

Welterweight: Jake Smith vs. Taki Uluilakepa

Welterweight: Trey Ogden vs. Ryan Walker

Lightweight: Mohammad Abed vs. Pete Petties

Tito Ortiz

Another “tent-pole” event under the watchful eye of Scott Coker will take place this Saturday night, as Bellator 142: Dynamite 1 goes down from the SAP Center in San Jose.

In the main event, Liam McGeary defends his light heavyweight title against Tito Ortiz. The main card airs on Spike TV and will feature kickboxing from Glory along with MMA matches.

A four-fighter, one-night tournament featuring Phil Davis, Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal, Emanuel Newton and Linton Vassell will go down in the 205-pound division. The winner will be crowned the No. 1 contender to the belt.

Saulo Cavalari and Zack Mwekassa will meet to crown a Glory light heavyweight champion, while Paul Daley and Kerri Anne Taylor-Melendez compete in kickboxing matches.

Josh Thomson is also set to make his Bellator debut, as the lightweight battles Mike Bronzoulis.

Check out the current lineup, along with a video preview, below:

MAIN CARD (Spike TV/9 p.m. ET)

Bellator Light Heavyweight Championship
Liam McGeary (c) vs. Tito Ortiz

Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament Final
TBA vs. TBA

Vacant Glory Light Heavyweight Championship
Saulo Cavalari vs. Zack Mwekassa

Lightweight: Josh Thomson vs. Mike Bronzoulis

Glory Welterweight: Paul Daley vs. Fernando Gonzalez

Glory Bantamweight: Kerri Anne Taylor-Melendez vs. Hadley Griffith

Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal
Phil Davis vs. Emanuel Newton

Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal
Linton Vassell vs. Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal

PRELIMINARY CARD (Spike.com)

Lightweight: Israel Delgao vs. JJ Okanovich

Welterweight: James Terry vs. Carlos Rocha

Flyweight: Matt Ramirez vs. Josh Paiva

Glory Featherweight: Serhiy Adamchuck vs. Anvar Boynazarov

Bantamweight: Gabe Carrasco vs. Joe Neal

Lightweight: Adam Piccolotti vs. Marlen Magee

Featherweight: Thomas Diagne vs. Mike Malott

Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament Alternate Bout
Roy Boughton vs. Philipe Lins

Lightweight: Nick Pica vs. Mauricio Alonso

Featherweight: Victor Jones vs. David Blanco

Flyweight: Gloria Telles vs. Alysia Cortez

Glory Lightweight: Jose Palacios vs. TJ Arcengal

Middleweight: Brandon Hester vs. DeMarco Villalona

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Justin Gaetje returns to the cage this Friday night, defending his World Series of Fighting lightweight title against Luis Palomino in the main event of WSOF 23.

Set for the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona, the main card will air live on NBC Sports Network.

Gaethje scored a victory over Palomino back at WSOF 19, but officials decided to grant the veteran an immediate rematch.

Along with Gaethje-Palomino, WSOF middleweight champion David Branch will face Teddy Holder in the finals of the light heavyweight tournament. The winner will be crowned the new champion.

Other planned main card fights include Timur Valiev vs. Tito Jones, Ben “Phoenix Jones” Fodor vs. Roberto Yong and Brian Foster vs. LaRue Bentley.

Eight prelim fights will stream online prior to the start of the televised main card.

Below is the current lineup, along with a video preview:

MAIN CARD (NBC Sports Network/10 p.m. ET)

WSOF Lightweight Championship
Justin Gaethje (c) vs. Luis Palomino

Inaugural WSOF Light Heavyweight Championship
David Branch vs. Teddy Holder

Bantamweight: Timur Valiev vs. Tito Jones

Catchweight: Phoenix Jones vs. Roberto Yong

Lightweight: Brian Foster vs. LaRue Burley

PRELIMINARY CARD (Online/6:45 p.m. ET)

Middleweight: Vagab Vagabov vs. Brian Grinnell

Middleweight: Clifford Starks vs. Krasimir Mladenov

Lightweight: Estevan Payan vs. Isaac Vallie-Flagg

Welterweight: Matthew Frincu vs. Danny Davis, Jr.

Bantamweight: Andres Ponce vs. David Nuzzo

Bantamweight: Randy Steinke vs. Joey Miolla

Lightweight: Benny Madrid vs. Jeff Fletcher

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Luke Rockhold is a former champion, having dominated the middleweight division while competing in Strikeforce.

Since a loss to Vitor Belfort in Brazil, Rockhold has looked the part of a champion again, and will have his opportunity to secure UFC gold this December when he meets Chris Weidman at UFC 194.

Rockhold (14-2) has won four in a row – all via finish – including a submission win over Lyoto Machida this past April.

“We’ll be looking for the takedown, but he won’t get me down,” he said, during a recent interview on UFC Tonight. “I’m going to shut that down. I’ll be fine on the ground. He’ll have to fight me on his feet. He’s going to scramble out and I see this as a stand-up fight. I’m going to expose his weaknesses.”

Weidman, who is unbeaten and owns victories over the likes of Machida, Belfort and Anderson Silva, has held the title since 2013. Nine of his 13 career wins have been either knockouts or submission victories, including three of his last four.

Despite the middleweight belt being the “bigger” in terms of weight of the two set to be defended in December, Rockhold and Weidman will play the co-main event role to a featherweight unification match pitting Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor.

And that’s fine by Rockhold.

“I don’t have a fighting country behind me! The Irish are behind Conor, and Jose is the longest reigning champion,” he said. “I’m going to go out there and perform and make that night my night.”

urijah faber

Urijah Faber doesn’t let an interview go by without taking a shot at long-time rival Dominick Cruz.

Earlier this week, Faber appeared on “UFC Tonight” to discuss the 22nd season of The Ultimate Fighter, which he is coaching opposite Conor McGregor on. It marks the second appearance for “The California Kid” on the reality series, as he previously coached vs. Dominick Cruz on the first – and only – live season to date.

“It was a lot shorter season, and I had someone with more personality, instead of Dominick ‘the dud’ Cruz,” Faber said. “There was a lot of back and forth banter and they got it all in there. The big difference was we didn’t get to pick our teams. They said here’s your team. I was happy with the team. Our guys were warriors. There were some amazing fights.”

And while Faber added that he “likes Conor,” he did take a jab at his coaching-style.

“We only got half the time with Conor because he was sleeping in until 3 (p.m.) everyday,” Faber said.

Faber also responded to comments made by McGregor concerning Team Alpha Male teammate T.J. Dillashaw.

“Just so you know there’s a whole backstory to that, but you have to tune into TUF to know what we’re talking about,” he said. “But there is a snake that was getting on our nerves. T.J. is my boy.”

Pushed further, Faber admitted that former TAM head coach Duane Ludwig was the “deal” McGregor was referring to. Ludwig left the gym but continues to train Dillashaw and a handful of other fighters from the camp.

“The deal that Conor was talking about was about Ludwig. Dysfunction follows that guy,” he said. “I gave that guy a great opportunity and he seems to ruin it. He’s been kind of a bully and a tyrant for the team. Conor saw a little opportunity to needle and he did.”

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