Cage Titans 66 on July 20th


June 10th, 2024

No more waiting…Joe “Skeletor” Giannetti vs. “Slippery Pete” Peter Barrett FINALLY takes place at Cage Titans 66 July 20th at Plymouth Memorial Hall

Nearly a decade in the making, it is a matchup that fans have been clamoring for since the initial call out in 2017. Since then, both fighters have tasted the big show, and both have been on runs worthy of another call up, and it can be assured that prospecting eyes will be on this all time legendary title fight. It was not meant to be on their initial routes to the big show, though it seems destiny has manifested as their roads cross on the way back in the form of a Cage Titans Championship fight that fans have been waiting years to see. Good things come to those who wait as both Cage Titans staples have grown and developed even sharper skills, mindsets, and motivations to best the other man, and return where they feel they belong in the big show.

Giannetti (16-5, 8 SUB 6 KO) has been at the top of the division for over two years, going 5-1 in title fights during that span, most recently with a stellar first round Ninja Choke victory over Jacob Bohn in which he recaptured the lightweight crown. A performance that gave a flashback to his earlier career that saw a habitual knack for necks, he has shown ever developing set of striking skills and tenacity to match his submission prowess, and has assured the masses that he has a dedication to match. Staying the king of the lightweight division is the clearest path back to primetime, and this title defense consists of an entrée of skills between both fighters, and is only made sweeter with the dessert of the bad blood that has been boiling since 2017.

Surprisingly in his first Cage Titans title fight is Slippery Pete, and the timing couldn’t be more opportune. On a 5 fight finish streak of his own over the course of the Skeletor reigns, Barrett (16-6, 11 KO 3 SUB) will be delighted to add a pro title to his collection of Cage Titans accomplishments that started at Cage Titans 4, even more so due to the waist he could strip the belt from. With a resume of astonishing finishes, and high octane violent craftsmanship win lose or draw, his case for another ticket to primetime will be stronger with another impressive finish, and a shiny new belt. All limbs are potential kill shots at any moment of any fight, added to a wrestling base with sleeper submission skills, this fight has all the makings of a classic despite the rich history between these already proven local MMA legends.

Appetizing the main event is a bout between budding contenders at bantamweight between Andrew Valdina and Tyler Smythe. With contrasting styles and personas, their identical goals for a contender series shot align them in a matchup that is sure to electrify the crowd before this once in a promotional lifetime main event. Undefeated at 5-0 with all victories by finish, Andrew “The Gladiator” Valdina has hit a stride in the limelight since his return in May, embracing his skills on the mic along with his ever growing highlight real. On the contrast is the silent grinder Tyler “Butterknife” Smythe (5-3, 4 SUB, 1KO) who has been swimming in the deep end of the division since his pro debut, and believes his suffocating style will prove superior in this well earned co-main event slot.

This is the tip of the iceberg to a card full of not only professional contenders, but a stack of amateur title fights that historically never disappoint. All this and more will be live from Plymouth Memorial Hall on July 20th.

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Cage Titans 65 on May 25th


April 22nd, 2024

Boston vs. New York, a regional American rivalry dating back to the origin of organized sport, on full display on the regional MMA scene on May 25th in Americas Hometown at Plymouth Memorial Hall for Cage Titans 65. Championship Gold is on the line for both regions in the main and co-main event, as the battle between Upstate and the South Shore represent the New York/Boston rivalry in the purest combative form.

Rochester New York’s Jon “The Warhawk” Piersma dynamically introduced himself to the Cage Titans over the past half year, already securing his second main event as the newly crowned Welterweight Champion. The sensational ground and pound master has claimed the throne in a swift timeframe with a seemingly unstoppable dominance on the mat, and patient striking as effective as has been seen on the scene. Cracking and adding another goose egg for his omelet of dominance will solidify “The Warhawk” as a worthy name for a Contender Series run at the very least.

Proudly representing Lakeville Massachusetts, Jack Congdon has already graced the Hall with 9 finishes between amateur and professional competition and feels ready to jump into the deepest of ends for the biggest test of his career by far. Yet to catch a whiff of defeat, let alone taste it, Congdon has not let a professional opponent see the stool, ending all his business in the first round. Jack Congdon has developed into a fan favorite since his amateur debut, and the horizon to a big show opportunity is within reach. Unblemished, Undefeated, Undeterred, and with a win, Congdon will be Undeniable as the top prospect at 170 pounds in New England.

Jumping down a weight class in the co-main event, a rematch for the ages has come to fruition with the newly vacated lightweight title on the line, and vying for it, The South Shore’s Joe Giannetti vs. Upstate New York’s Jacob Bohn. Redemption is the story arch for both fighters, Giannetti appointed to the reclamation of the lightweight crown, and Bohn intent on the extraction of revenge. The first installment of this fight was an instant classic, and with both fighters amassing a string of impressive finishes since their last scrap, and both dead set on their respective redemption stories, it can be assured that Giannetti vs. Bohn II will be a sequel worth remembering.

These two title fights are the pinnacle of an action packed card taking place at Plymouth Memorial Hall May 25th. Be sure to follow along on Cage Titans Social Media for many more fight announcements as well as specific match-up highlights, new fights added to the card and fighter interviews, each and every day leading up the event.

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Cage Titans 64 on March 30th


February 28th, 2024

A full basket of fights are on tap before the Easter Bunny shows up, as many divisions will be on notice when the doors open at Plymouth Memorial Hall for Cage Titans 64 on March 30 th. The Welterweight Championship fight between Jon Piersma and undefeated Everett Desilets is the cherry on top of the most stacked local professional card of all time. The biggest stars of Cage Titans will be showing up in droves, brand new faces will be looking to add their names to the legends of “The Colosseum” and returning prospects are hungry to cement their own legacies for good on the most experienced card in Cage Titans history gracing the masses on Easter
Weekend.

Jon Piersma, 7-2 (4 SUB, 2 KO) impressed the hall in his Cage Titans debut in November and was undeniable as the top prospect in the region at 170 pounds. On a similar fast track to the top is his opponent Everett Desilets, 3-0 (2 KO, 1 SUB) who has found a niche in making bloody fights with a blend of devastating skills. Grappling and striking styles clash in a main event for the ages that will crown a new champion and top off the most stacked Cage Titans card to date.

Names like Ali Zebian, Jake Hixenbaugh, Sam Watford, Tom Santos, Seth Basler and Oscar Vera look to add to their resumes alongside the anticipated Cage Titans debutants in Jay Pressly, Chris Mecate, and Katie Perez as they take on names already permanently familiar to fans such as Peter Barrett, Joe Giannetti, Jack Congdon, Miguel Sevasin, Jay Perrin, Hilarie Rose, Jacobo Apito, with the professional debut of Brody McDougal, and the returning Mr. Cage Titans himself Johnny Campbell. All of this and more Easter Weekend at Plymouth Memorial
Hall, or LIVE on Spectation Sports

Be sure to follow along on Cage Titans Social Media for many more fight announcements as well as specific match-up highlights, new fights added to the card and fighter interviews, each and every day leading up the event.

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Cage Titans 63 on January 27th


December 8th, 2023

Legends collide as Cage Titans kicks off 2024 in emphatic fashion on January 27 th at Plymouth Memorial Hall, what some are now calling “The Colosseum” an appropriate moniker for the fights taking place on the first card of the new year. In the main event is the much-anticipated crowning of a Flyweight Champion in a long-awaited matchup between #1 Ranked Mitch Raposo and #2 Ranked Justin Valentin. And if that wasn’t enough gold on the line, witness the crowning of a new Amateur Welterweight Champion, and the inaugural “O.G” Championship fight that defies all odds when Cage Titans 63 goes live on January 27th .

A Flyweight Champion will be crowned when Mitch Raposo (8-1, 3 SUB, 3KO) finally takes on JustinValentin (4-2, 2 SUB, 1KO) in a match up that has been months in the making. Fans will be satisfied when these two finishers showcase their skills, Raposo hungry as ever to continue his run of stoppages on route to a Contender Series return, or Big Show opportunity. Over the course of a decorated amateur and professional career, Valentin has never needed a referee’s mercy in a fight, a durability that will come in handy when the submission specialist aims to spoil Raposo’s momentum attempting to find a highlight finish of his own in his highly anticipated Cage Titans Debut.

Also featuring at Cage Titans 63 – Brian Cosco and Greg Jones will prove that it is never too late to achieve a dream as the O.G Champion will be crowned for the first time. Cosco at 46 years old has been a New England staple for years, and Jones shattered expectations in his pro debut at 50 years old last year, we had to put a belt on the line for these two showing the masses how to age like the finest of wines. And Amateur Championship fights have been some of the all-time great moments in Cage Titans history, January 27 th should prove no different as Ozzy Martin returns for his second chance at gold when he welcomes Cullen Johnson to Plymouth for the first time.

Be sure to follow along on Cage Titans Social Media for many more fight announcements as well as specific match-up highlights, new fights added to the card and fighter interviews, each and every day leading up the event.

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Cage Titans 62 on November 11th


October 17th, 2023

Cage Titans returns to action November 11th with Cage Titans 62, closing out 2023 with two title fights on Veterans Day Weekend. Top prospects Mitch Raposo and Jack Congdon vie for their first Pro Titles at Cage Titans against Cleveland McLean and Pat Casey respectively in the main and co-main, all preceded by the newest crops of professional talent the region has to offer.

Raposo (8-1) is riding a three-fight finish streak since returning from a few fights in Las Vegas in front of Dana White. Already collecting one local title from CES, he looks to ascertain his position as the best in New England with the capturing of a Cage Titans belt. In his way stands Cleveland McLean (17-11) who is taking a cue from his team at Fusion Xcel out of Orlando FL and finds himself with a unique opportunity to plunder the momentum Raposo brings, capture a belt, and garner attention from the UFC brass.

Yet to taste defeat or see a scorecard, Jack Congdon (3-0) competes for his first professional title, and if he manages to defend a few times in 2024, he is a sure shot for a Contender Series fight next season at the very least. But first he must go through Pat Casey (10-7) who finds himself in a similar opportunistic situation as McLean in the main, hoping to course correct his last performance with a shiny new Cage Titans belt, and a freshly cracked goose egg by being the first man to best Jack Congdon in unarmed combat.

Cage Titans 62 also brings the return of Alex Davidson who has already gone three roundswith a UFC champion, as he takes on Hassan Graham who broke the Hall and the internet with the most devastating knockout in recent memory. And the feature bout – Gerry Meuse puts his undefeated record on the line against Aaron Hughes, and with neither man having a victory awarded by the judges, expect them to maintain a 100% finish rate and put on a show for the ages.

Be sure to follow along on the Cage Titans Fan Page for many more fight announcements as well as specific match-up highlights, new fights added to the card and fighter interviews, each and every day leading up the event.

And don’t worry…If you can’t make it to Plymouth Memorial Hall to watch it in person, we got you covered so that you don’t have to miss any of the action…Check out the banner to the top right or click here to here to purchase the Live Stream

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