Cage Titans 57 on January 7th


November 17th, 2022

Cage Titans kicks off 2023 in style with Cage Titans 57 on Saturday, January 7th at Plymouth Memorial Hall. In the Main Event, ‘Champ, Champ’ Joe Giannetti puts his Lightweight Title on the line when he takes on long-time New England veteran Saul Almeida. Almeida has been fighting professionally for 15 years, facing off with a who’s who of opponents across his storied career, and in this fight we get that typical veteran versus up and comer storyline. Giannetti is the younger of the two with goals of getting another step closer to the UFC, and hopes that a name like Almedia could push him over the edge after a year that saw him not only captured this Lightweight Title but also the Cage Titans Welterweight belt. But lets not forget Almeida, this is a match-up that he wanted and knowing him, its a fight that he most likely sees holes in his opponent’s game in which his experience and style could exploit.

As for other pros in action, local fan favorites Peter Barrett and Brendan Battles will be featured on the card as well as Hassan Graham and Andrew Valdina, fresh off of impressive first round finishes in their pro debuts last event. And rounding out the Main Card will be two fun fights pitting New Englander vs New Englander when Maine’s Kam Arnold battles Connecticut’s Will Smith and Massachusetts’ Aaron Hughes takes on Maine’s Matt Denning.

As for the amateur undercard, it will feature a Flyweight Title Unification Bout between the two best flyweights in New England. Nate Russell (8-2) captured the belt last year and while he was contemplating his next move, possibly moving pro, he decided to step aside an allow his belt to be up for grabs between the #2 and #3 ranked fighters in the division. During that time, Tyler Smythe (6-3) won the title, and now with Russell deciding to stay amateur, the showdown is on in a champion vs champion bout for the ages to truly determine who the top dog is.

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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Cage Titans 56 on October 29th


October 1st, 2022

Fight fans are in for a treat this year on Halloween weekend when Cage Titans delivers a stacked fight card to Plymouth Memorial Hall on Saturday, October 29th. And yes, for those fans that love to dress-up, there will be a costume contest with the winners being brought into the cage during intermission.

As for the fights, in the Main Event, Zach DiSabatino (10-2) and Aaron Lacey (7-3) square off in a battle that is sure to catapult the winner to the top of the list of New England Prospects next to sign to the UFC. Both of these fighters may not be best known for their pre-fight talk but one things for sure, they make sure you pay attention on fight night as they are constantly looking for the finish the minute they step inside the cage. (Lacey has only gone to a decision once in his career and DiSabatino only twice)

As for the Co-Main Event, undefeated Jeff Joy looks to continue to his ascend in the pro ranks when he takes on his toughest test to date in Bellator veteran Will Smith. Next up we see the return of Marty Navis when he takes on Sage Philippe who guarantees a ‘first round decapitation’. Speaking of returns, after a year away Pat Gilbride makes the walk to the cage once again when he faces-off with Vermont’s Chris Rooney. As for the rest of the professional Main Card, pro debuts are on the docket as Andrew Valdina makes his first trip to the cage as a pro when he squares off with Rob Fuller and former amateur champions Jack Congdon and Hassan Graham leave their perfect records and titles behind when they battle South Carolina’s Paul Teague and Rhode Island’s undefeated Muay Thai specialist Jorge Vega respectively.

As for the amateur undercard, there are a total of 9 amateur fighters making their first cage appearances, which is always exciting as you just never know what you are going to get, and then it will be capped off with an amazing Muay Thai Title fight between undefeated Megan Roscoe and Ashley Barrett.

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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Cage Titans looks to cap off the summer in exciting fashion on Saturday, August 27th with a huge, super stacked 19 fight, fight card that will surly deliver something for every fan in attendance.

In the Main Event, Cage Titans Lightweight Champion ‘Skeletor’ Joe Giannetti looks to become the promotions first ever ‘Champ-Champ’ when he takes on ‘The Scarecrow’ Trevor Gudde for the vacant Welterweight Title. If becoming a Cage Titans champion wasn’t enough motivation, nevermind a two division champion, Giannetti has a little extra personal motivation in this one as Gudde beat Giannetti’s longtime coach in his last outing. As for Gudde, the goal is simple, prove he is one of the best unsigned talents around and do that by taking the biggest and toughest fights he can find. With that being said, Gudde is also looking to make a little Cage Titans history himself, as he can become just the second Cage Titans fighter to hold both the Amateur and Pro Titles in their respective weightclass. (Coincidentally, Giannetti is the only other when he did it with the Lightweight Titles)

Then in the Co-Main Event, the heavyweights go at it when top prospect Brendan Battles takes on his toughest test to date in Florida’s Jashua Marsh. Battles took the past 6 years off from competing, before returning in June, but you would never know it as he looked just as good as everyone remembered him when he showed off his signature wrestling and took only one minute to easily dispatch his opponent. With that being said, he asked for a challenge and that is what he is getting when Marsh comes to town. Marsh is riding high on a two fight win streak and with experience on his side and a wrestling background that rivals Battles, this promises to be a match-up that alone is worth the price of admission.

In other pro action featured on the card, we see the return of former title challenger Lionel ‘Boogz’ Young when he takes on Will ‘Siracha’ Smith. Then in the lightweight division, ‘The Hand’ Leo Ladeira looks to make it three in a row when he battles Alaska’s Kris Berberich. And in the final pro bout of the evening, Kam Arnold, 2021 KO of the Year Winner, squares off with New York’s Michael Taylor in what is sure to be a slugfest as both fighters are known for their heavy-handed striking.

In addition to the pro title fight at the top, opening the Main Card two amateur titles will be on the line. Middleweight Champion Jideofor Ojukwu makes his first title defense when he takes on undefeated David Burke. And then newly crowned Flyweight Champion Tyler Smythe goes up to Bantamweight to challenge champion Arthur Mpofu.

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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America’s Hometown, Plymouth Massachusetts, will once again be the place to be to celebrate the 4th of July with the return of the town’s usual festivities for the first time since the COVID shutdown. With that being said, Cage Titans was honored to be the first to get back to hosting live events in Plymouth last year, and figured what better way to kick-off this historic weekend than with a stacked fight card.

In the Main Event, ‘Skeletor’ Joe Giannetti defends his Cage Titans Lightweight Championship Title for the very first time against Atlanta’s Nate Williams. Williams is no stranger to coming in to Plymouth and playing spoiler as he was featured in the Main Event last July where he absolutely silenced the crowd in a dominating performance over Plymouth native, Don Shainis. As for Giannetti, his goal remains the same, get back to the UFC and he hopes a successful defense here gets him one step closer to that.

Sticking in the Lightweight division, featured on the card is a pair of fights that very well could determine the next contender for the title being fought over in the Main Event. Zach DiSabatino (9-2) looks to continue his climb up the ranks as he battles Hawaiian striker, Spencer Higa and UFC Vet Peter Barrett takes on North Carolina’s D’Juan Owens who just so happens to hold a victory of the current champ.

In another pro fights on the card, Hilarie ‘Bows’ Rose makes her long awaited return to Cage Titans when she takes on Connecticut’s Gabriella Gulfin and in a bantamweight bout between two former title contenders, Bruno ‘Jacare’ Dias faces-off with Lionel ‘Boogz’ Young.

In addition, the undercard is also stacked for Cage Titans 54 with three amateur titles on the line. Heavyweight champion Hassan Graham looks to keep his unblemished intact and the title belt around his waist when he takes on challenger Jack Burke. The the vacant Flyweight Title is up for grabs when Joe Poirier battles Tyler Smyth. And finally, the first ever Cage Titans Muay Thai Champion will be crowned when Lemon Payne squares-off with Colin Robinson.

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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Cage Titans looks to kick the summer off in spectacular fashion when the cage erects on June 4th at Plymouth Memorial Hall with a fight card so fire, it has not one, but TWO Pro Title Fight Main Events! First up, Cage Titans Pro Bantamweight Champion Joe ‘The Party’ Penafiel defends his belt for the first time against an extremely tough challenger in New York’s Chris Disonell. Then a new Pro Cage Titans Featherweight Champion will be crowned when the vacant title is up for grabs as crowd favorite, ‘Shameless’ Don Shainis battles France’s Brice Picaud.

In another pro fight on the card, ‘Slippery Pete’ Peter Barrett takes on ‘Relentless’ Aaron Lacey in a bout which both competitors hope that a win gets them one step closer to the UFC. Also looking to continue their rises through the pro ranks, undefeated Jeff Joy faces-off against his biggest test yet of his career in ‘Sriracha’ Will Smith and ‘The Scarecrow’ Trevor Gudde squares off with ‘J-Busta’ Justin Burrill. And that’s not all for the pros, it will also feature the return of ‘The Unpredictable One’ Sean Lally taking on the equally heavy-handed striker Roberto Yong. And finally, if this pro portion of the fight card wasn’t big enough, kicking-off the Main Card will be highly-touted heavyweight prospect Brendan Battles making his long awaited return to the cage after 5 years to take on Atlanta’s Fred Grey.

In addition, the undercard is also stacked for Cage Titans 53 with three amateur titles on the line. Bantamweight Champion Arthur Mpofu looks to go for ‘Champ, Champ’ status as he goes up in weight to challenge undefeated Marcel Romero for the vacant Featherweight Title. Another vacant title is up for grabs with the Lightweight belt as the prize when undefeated Kyle Pufahl battles Miguel Sevasin. With two vacant belts being fought over, the third championship fight will be a defense, as undefeated Welterweight Champion, Jack Congdon takes on challenger Shane Dillehay.

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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