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Titan FC 35 Weigh-in Results – Healy stripped of title


Well this doesn’t happen too often, a champion stripped of his title while at the weigh-ins.  Titan FC lightweight champ Pat Healy was dismissed of his title for missing weight for the Titan FC 35 championship title bout by three pounds.

Healy, no stranger to controversy, was employed by the UFC when he scored a win over a very game, Jim Miller only to be suspended for 90 days for failing a drug (marijuana) test. The fight result was changed to No Contest, and his submission bonus was rescinded.

Titan FC 35 takes place this Saturday in Ridgefield, Washington and features three title fights (now two).

Full Titan FC 35 weigh-in results below.

Lightweight Championship- 155lbs. (5 Rounds)*

Pat Healy (C)- 158 vs Rick Hawn- 155


Featherweight Championship- 145lbs. (5 Rounds)

Andre Harrison (C)- 143.5 vs. Desmond Green- 145


Flyweight Championship- 125lbs. (5 Rounds)

Tim Elliott (C)- 125 vs Felipe Efrain- 124.5


Austin Springer (145.5) vs. Steven Siler (146)- Featherweights

Zane Kamaka (175.5) vs. Belal Muhammad (170)- Welterweights

Ricky Simon (135.5) vs. Alex Soto (135.5)- Bantamweights

Musa Khamanaev (146) vs. Jason Knight (145)- Featherweights

Jason Novelli (155.5) vs. EJ Brooks* (161)- 161lb. Catchweight

Shaine Jaime (126) vs. Sid Bice (125)- Flyweights

Rasul Shovhalov (156) vs. Zak Bucia (155.5)- Lightweights

Ikalka Tampos (145.5) vs. Peter Petties (145.5)- Featherweights

Jake Smith (170.5) vs. Taki Uluilakepa (145.5)- Featherweights

Ryan Walker (170.5) vs. Trey Ogden (169)- Welterweights


Pat Healy was stripped of the Titan FC lightweight title. Rick Hawn will be awarded the championship if he defeats Healy tomorrow.

EJ Brooks was fined an undisclosed amount for coming in overweight.

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