On Thursday, Sept. 25, Titan FC hosted the weigh-ins for its 30th event which takes place Friday, Sept. 26 from the Cedar Park Center in Cedar Park, Texas

In the night’s main event, a pair of UFC veterans square off as light heavyweights Vinny Magalhaes and Jason Brilz battle for the promotion’s inaugural 205-pound belt. Magalhaes saw his UFC run end last fall, but rebounded with the ninth submission win of his career in July. The 30-year-old will be making his promotional debut. Brilz, meanwhile, rides a four-fight winning streak into the title affair. The 39-year-old edged Raphael Davis at Titan FC 28 earlier this year.

The co-main event of the event will feature bantamweights Anthony Gutierrez and Walel Watson. The 23-year-old Gutierrez put his unfortunate experience on The Ultimate Fighter in the rearview mirror in February with a 59-second submission of Charlie DuBray. Watson has gone 3-2 since his UFC release, most recently scoring a third-round finish of William Joplin at Titan FC 28 in May.

The 11-fight event kicks off with two un-aired preliminary card bouts at 6:30 p.m. ET. Four additional prelims stream live on CBSSportsNetwork.com at 8 p.m. ET, with the five-fight main card airing live on the CBS Sports Network at 10 p.m. ET.

Below are results of the event’s weigh-ins.

Titan FC 30 Weigh-in Results
Jason Brilz (204) vs. Vinny Magalhaes (205) – for inaugural light heavyweight title
Anthony Gutierrez (136) vs. Walel Watson (135)
Gleristone Santos (150) vs. Robert Washington (150)
Richie Martinez (170) vs. Le’Ville Simpson (168)
Nick Mamalis (130) vs. Pedro Nobre (130)
Emanuel Brooks (164.5) vs. Todd Moore (162.5)
Cody Williams (126) vs. Xavier Siller (126)
Adam Nijem (154.5) vs. Gabriel Carrillo (155)
Matt Mazurek (144.5) vs. Charles Adkison (146)
Kevin Troyer (135) vs. Eric Hendon (136.5)
Phil Platt (148)* vs. Julian Shore (146)

* – Platt was fined 20 percent of his fight purse

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