Cage Titans returns to Plymouth Memorial Hall on Saturday, November 2nd for Cage Titans XLVI, an event that features two amazing Bantamweight match-ups headlining the card.

In the Main Event, Cage Titans Bantamweight Champion, Jay ‘Savage’ Perrin (8-4) defends his title against ‘The Kneebar King’ Bendy Casimir (22-15-2). Perrin burst onto the Cage Titans scene in 2018, picking up two stoppage victories before going on to win the Cage Titans title later- that year as well as earning Fighter of the Year honors. Not slowing down, Perrin successfully defended his belt to kick off 2019 and earned himself a shot at a UFC contract this past summer on Dana White’s Contender Series. Unfortunately, he came up just shy of winning that contract and he now returns home to the local scene to prove that he is still the king and one of the very best Bantamweights not only in New England, but the country. Standing in his way of doing so will be Casimir, a BJJ black belt specialist and a veteran of 39 professional fights. Casimir, originally from France now fighting out of Las Vegas, has fought all over the entire world, making his debut back in 2001, a time when Perrin was just 8 years old. With that type of experience, it is safe to say that there really isn’t much that Casimir hasn’t scene and he is no stranger to coming into enemy territory to play the role of spoiler.

As for the Co-Main Event, former Cage Titans Bantamweight Champion and local fan favorite, Johnny ‘Cupcakes’ Campbell (18-12) battles Brazil’s Bruno ‘Jacare’ Dias (19-10-1). Campbell is no stranger to the Cage Titans cage holding the record for most appearances at 21 and though he has been competing professionally going on 10 years, many feel he is just now entering his peak performance years. Since dropping the Bantamweight Title to Perrin in 2018, it seems to have lit a fire under him and he is coming in off two of the biggest wins of his career and hopes one more here will earn him a shot at the title he feels is his. As for Dias, unfortunately he has not been active since moving to Mass a few years back and though he has welcomed any and all comers, he has had difficulty getting anyone to sign on the dotted line which has forced him to sit on the sidelines for the past two years. The BJJ black belt is now ecstatic though that someone has finally stepped upped to his open challenge and plans on showing all of New England what many in his home country already know, that he is a dangerous fight for anyone.

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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