On Saturday, August 24th Cage Titans is back at Plymouth Memorial Hall for Cage Titans XLV. A slew of all your favorite local pros will be featured on the card but the two match-ups really taking center stage are two monumental AM title fights. In them, and in both instances, we will see two out of state champions coming to town for the first time to take on two current Cage Titans champions with hopes of defeating them and leaving with the highly coveted Cage Titans belts.

The AM Bantamweight Title features current undefeated, Cage Titans champion, Jeffrey Joy (3-0), defending his title for the very first time against undefeated Kam Arnold (5-0) who currently holds a belt in his home state of Maine for the promotion NEF. Joy, after winning the title last event, made it no secret what he wanted next when he took to the mic in his post fight interview to call out Arnold. An unusual spin as it is typically a challenger that calls-out the champ, this was a pure power move by Joy because in all of New England, Arnold was currently sitting in the top spot in the rankings. (Joy slid to #2 with his win) Upon learning of the call-out, Arnold was more than happy to accept and though he now rides to Massachusetts to compete for the first time, his hope is that it comes with the same results as all his past fights back home. (5 KOs, 4 out of the 5 coming in the very first round)

In the AM Featherweight Title fight, another undefeated Cage Titans champion defends his belt for the first time when Shane Dougherty (4-0) takes on challenger Miguel Cuevas (6-1), who is the Connecticut based promotion Reality Fighting’s champ. Much like the other title fight, this one is simply two of the best in New England going at it to prove who the very best is not just in their promotion, but the entire region. We promise you, circle this fight on the line-up card because it has the makings of an instant classic with Dougherty never being in a boring fight, winning Fight of the Night honors multiple times, and sitting at #2 in the rankings and Cuervas who has had every one of his victories come via stoppage (4 SUB/2KO) sitting at the top spot.

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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After 10 years of promoting strictly MMA events, Cage Titans felt that the time was right to bring the big Cage Titans feel that you have come to know and love from the MMA division to the other combat arts of Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu!

And with that being said, Cage Titans is excited to announce a full day event celebrating Martial Arts on Saturday, July 13th at PiNZ – Kingston. As you may have already heard, Cage Titans will be hosting their first ever Grappling Tournament during the day for competitors of all ages (Full Details and Registration) and now in another first, at night, hosting a Combat Night Fight Card, featuring MMA, Muay Thai and Superfights.

PiNZ – Kingston, a 5,000 square foot entertainment facility, will play host to these two amazing events and the venue itself offers plenty of amenities to make your day even more enjoyable. (Full kitchen and bar, dozens of TVs, arcade, bowling alley, ax throwing and more)

Be sure to follow along on the Cage Titans Fan Page for Combat Night 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.

Cage Titans looks forward to having you be a part of this historic day and night so if you would like to compete in the Grappling Tournament, make sure you register ASAP (Grappling spectators are free) and for those that would like to come watch the Combat Night Fight Card, tickets are on sale now by clicking the banner below!

Cage Titans is excited to announce that it will be hosting its first ever Grappling Tournament on Saturday, July 13th at PiNZ-Kingston. (9a doors | 10a start)

This tournament is for competitors of all ages and will be submission only (Double Elimination) with all registrants being able to compete in both GI and NO GI, if they choose, at no additional cost. (Guaranteed at least 4 matches) As an added bonus, the Cage Titans cage will be on site for this event and all finals matches for each division will take place inside of it with full video production.

Pricing: $75 Registration Fee ($95 Week of Tournament) Spectators are free



Kids: Under 13 years old (Grouped on Tournament Day)

Kids: High School Age (14-17 with Male and Female Division)

Adult Male and Female


Beginner (Under 1 year of training)

Intermediate (1 to 3 years of training)

Advanced (3+ years of training)

Adult GI – Belt rank

MMA Weight Classes:

Heavyweight 206-265lb, Light Heavyweight 186-205lb, Middleweight 171-185lb, Welterweight 156-170lb, Lightweight 146-155lb, Featherweight 136-145lb, Bantamweight 126-135lb, Flyweight 116-125lb, Strawweight 106-115lb, Atomweight 96-105lb (Kids weights below 95lbs will be every 10 pounds)

Weigh-ins: Takes place the same day as the event and you can weigh-in right when doors open at 9a or at any point up until your division bracket begins. (You do not have to weigh-in in your GI and only need to weigh-in once if doing both GI and NO GI divisions) **If you do not make weight, you will be disqualified and removed from the division with no guarantee of being re-seeded in another bracket.

Merger of Divisions: After registration is closed, the Kids’ Under 13 Age Group will be divided into separate divisions based upon the amount of competitors per age. Ideally, all children will be placed within a division that has no more than a year, plus or minus, between them.

Cage Titans reserves the right to merge divisions into another if it has less than 3 competitors registered.

Registration is now open, sign-up today by clicking the banner below

On Saturday, June 15th Cage Titans returns to Plymouth Memorial Hall for its next installment featuring in the Main Event former The Ultimate Fighter Finalist Joe Joe Giannetti (7-1-1) taking on his most experienced opponent yet in D’Juan Owens (17-13-1) out of North Carolina. Giannetti has his sights set on returning to the UFC by the end of the summer and has been seeking out the toughest competition here locally to prove that he belongs at that next level. As for Owens, this veteran is no stranger to that story, up and comer with big aspirations, and has been in this position many of times, playing the role of spoiler by coming in from out of state to ruin the hometown fighter’s plans. (Just last month he traveled to Canada, fighting and beating the president of the promotion in their Main Event)

As for the Co-Main Event, a New England dream match-up between Peter Barrett and Zach DiSabatino goes down in a fight that fans could not believe was happening when it was first announced. Barrett has been a staple atop the lightweight division since turning pro 5 years ago and while DiSabatino has only been a pro for a little over a year and a half, he burst into the ranks by racking up 5 impressive wins all by finish. These types of fights are career defining and has many asking…Does the seasoned veteran have what it takes to knockdown the young, up and comer and keep his throne or do we see the passing of the torch to a new lightweight top dog within the Cage Titans organization.

In addition, the AM Bantamweight Title will also be on the line when fan favorite, Arthur Mpofu defends his belt for the first time against former training partner Jeffrey Joy. This is a match-up that has happened on the gym mats many of times and now that they no longer train together, was destined to go down inside the cage, especially now since both fighters have dispatched of all other contenders.

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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Though it will be hard to top the recording setting event that kicked off 2019 back in January, Cage Titans makes a strong argument towards doing so when it returns to Plymouth Memorial Hall on Saturday, April 6th with another stacked card filled with interesting story lines top to bottom.

In the Main Event, two heavy-handed brawlers face off when Middleweight Champion Sean Lally takes on friend and former training partner Shedrick Goodridge in a three round non-title fight. Lally was last seen fighting for a UFC contract on Dana White’s Contender Series but unfortunately came up short so looks to return so he can build his resume back up and earn another crack at it. As for Goodrige, this will not be the first time he has journeyed up to New England to play the role of spoiler, as he has picked up huge upset wins over two former Top 5 fighters in prior trips to the area.

As for the Co-Main Event, Jimmy ‘The Tooth’ Manning and Fernando Perez meet once again in hopes of settling the score definitely after an injury led to an early conclusion the first time they squared off. In that meeting, the fans got an unbelievable opening round of back and forth action but unfortunately Perez broke his foot throwing a kick in one of the exchanges, robbing them of what was shaping up to be the Fight of the Night. 

The story for the next three fan favorites on the card will be, how do you rebound from your first professional loss. In their last outings, Danielle Hindley (3-1), Zach DiSabatino (5-1) and Jeff Perez (4-1) each suffered the first losses of their careers but instead of sitting around sulking, they are jumping right back into the cage with hopes of getting back into the win column and reminding fans why they were looked at as some of the regions top prospects. Hindley is set to take on JKD fighter Ivana Coleman, DiSabatino will be battling Albert Tulley, who is also looking to right the ship after suffering his first loss last show as well, and Jeff Perez takes on 15 fight veteran Raymond Yanez.

Then you have three reigning Cage Titans Amateur Champions making their professional debuts all on the same night, in what may one day be looked at as the best ever “Rookie Class” to debut on one event. Flyweight Champion Mitch Raposo battles Colorado’s Rob Fuller, Bantamweight Champ Jacobo Apito takes on super tough Mike Taylor out of New York and Welterweight Title holder Trevor Gudde throws-down with Vermont’s John Adams.

Two other pro match-ups to watch out for that will have Memorial Hall rocking is the return of Don Shainis as well as red-hot prospect Randy Costa making his fifth appearance in a row. After being sidelined this past year with a broken neck, and the follow-up surgery, Shainis is finally healthy and ready to put on a show for his huge fan-base ‘Shameless Nation’. As for Costa, the hype he brings is real and he will be looking to keep his perfect record intact with hopes of another first round finish in front of the hundreds of ‘Costa Crew’ fans in attendance.

With the professionals taking center stage on the Main Card, you can’t forget the amateurs on the Undercard who make up what will be the future wave of pro stars. The fights to watch will definitely be the Amateur Title fights between the best New England has to offer. The vacant Lightweight Championship will be on the line when undefeated submission ace Dion Rubio battles heavy-handed Eddy George, who already holds a title for another promotion in his home state of Connecticut. Then the belt up for grabs is the vacant Featherweight Title where undefeated 2018 Breakout Fight of the Year Shane Dougherty takes on Jordan Brown.

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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