Cage Titans returns to Plymouth Memorial Hall for its last event of 2017 on Saturday, November 4th. In the Main Event, Cage Titans staple, Johnny ‘Cupcakes’ Campbell battles undefeated New Yorker ‘Ruthless’ Josh Ricci. Campbell steps inside the Cage Titans cage for a record 19th time and will look to cap off the year with a perfect 5 fights and 5 victories. Standing in his way though is arguably one of his toughest test to date in Ricci, who has yet to taste defeat so far in his professional career. This is a tale of two completely different style fighters, Campbell the high-energy, creative striker and Ricci, the hard nosed, grinding-style wrestler, and who comes away victorious will simply come down to who can impose their will on the other and where this fight takes place, either on the ground in favor of Ricci or on the feet in favor of Campbell.

Cage Titans fan-favorite, “Slippery Pete” Peter Barrett returns to action to take on Arkansas’ “Downtown” TJ Brown in the co-main event of the evening. Barrett has gained popularity for his ‘go for broke’ style of fighting, while always hunting for the finish, and it shows in his record with 7 out of his 8 victories coming via finish and 5 of them within the first round. Standing across from Barrett though will be an opponent almost his equal in terms of fighting style, and that is Brown. Brown is the epitome of that ‘kill or be killed’ style and he has only been to a decision twice over the course of his 14 professional bouts, 9 of those being victories and 8 of them coming by finish.

In an other highly anticipate match-up on the Main Card, undefeated Joe Giannetti takes on Connor Barry. This is a fight that has been talked about dating back to when both were amateurs and it was only a matter of time before they got to settle who was the better fighter inside the cage. Since turning pro only a year ago, Giannetti has quickly made a name for himself as a rising star by racking up an unblemished 6-0 record, finishing 5 out of his 6 fights by submission, 4 of which withn the first round. Not to be outdone, the extremely well-rounded Barry is another highly touted prospect, with the ability to finish fights equally either on the ground or the feet, and is looking to continue his climb through the local rankings with an impressive win here.

As always the Undercard will be stacked with a wide variety of hungry, up and coming, amateur fighters just getting their starts in the sport as well as established amateurs looking to position themselves higher in the rankings with hopes of earning an amateur title shot. Two match-ups in particular to keep an eye on will be Trevor Gudde vs Brandon Murphy and Marty Navis vs Alfredo Nunes as both of these fights are taking place in the welterweight division and all 4 of these competitors are hoping with an impressive performance that they will be next in line for a shot at the 170lb title.

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.

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4 Responses to “Cage Titans XXXVI on November 4th”

  1. Denise Lamoureux

    What time do the fights start on November 4th at Memorial Hall?
    Thank you.
    Denise and Joe Lamoureux

  2. Mike

    4p doors open…5p fights

  3. Wendy

    why does ace tickets have to times?
    5pm and 6pm 11/4/2017 is there two sets of fights?

    thank you,
    Wendy

  4. Mike

    Not sure…start time is 5p. We will touch base with Ace

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