Pembroke Pines City Center is Home Sweet Home for Titan FC
When Titan Fighting Championships holds Titan FC 44 on May 19, it will be at a new venue.
Lex McMahon, Chief Operations Officer for Titan, announced the partnership today via his Instagram account.
“Signed, sealed, & delivered! Looking forward to a great long term relationship with @pembrokepinescitycenter the new home of @titanfighting – truly a world class facility – our first event in our new home will be Titan FC 44 on May 19th – tickets on sale through Ticketmaster.”
Signed, sealed, & delivered! Looking forward to a great long term relationship with @pembrokepinescitycenter the new home of @titanfighting – truly a world class facility – our first event in our new home will be Titan FC 44 on May 19th – tickets on sale through Ticketmaster. #titanfc #titanfc44 #mma #ufc #ufcfightpass #kickboxing #muaythai #boxing #bjj #jiujitsu #wrestling #noboundaries #skeletonoptics
Pembroke Pines City Center (PPCC), is in the heart of Pembroke Pines, the second-largest city in Broward County, Florida. The PPCC’s largest space is the Great Hall which measures over 23,000 square-feet.
McMahon tells MyMMANews that Titan FC plans to do seven to 10 events at PPCC per year.
Titan FC has most recently been operating out of the Watsco Center and the Bank United Center, both in Coral Gables.
For the first time in Titan FC history, one fighter will look to hold two titles in two different weight classes concurrently, as flyweight champion Jose Torres takes on bantamweight champion Farkhad Sharipov in the main event of Titan FC 44.
Also, in an exciting match-up of former Titan FC champions, Kurt Holobaugh will face Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante in a battle for the Titan FC interim lightweight championship.
Titan FC 44 will air live and exclusively on UFC Fight Pass.Follow MyMMANews.com on Social Media
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