On Thursday, Dec. 18, Titan FC hosted the weigh-ins for its 32nd event which takes place Friday, Dec. 19, from the Tsongas Center inLowell, Mass.
In the night’s main event, the promotion will crown a featherweight champion as Bellator veteran Desmond Green takes on former UFC fighter Steven Siler. Green made a huge statement in his Titan debut in October, knocking out former WEC title holder Miguel Torres in just 46 seconds. The dominant win moved his record to 13-3. Siler, meanwhile, will be looking to get back on track following a rough stretch that saw him cut from the UFC. The 27-year-old enters the Titan cage with 23 career wins, including 13 via submission.
The co-main event features another match-up that includes a former Bellator combatant and a UFC veteran, as multiple-time Bellator tournament winner Rick Hawn takes on Brazilian Carlo Prater. The 38-year-old judoka Hawn will look to snap a two-fight skid, while Prater will look to put a loss to Carlos Diego Ferreira under the Legacy FC banner in his rearview mirror.
The seven-fight event kicks off with two preliminary card bouts streaming live on CBSSportsNetwork.com at 7 p.m. ET, with the five-fight main card airing live on the CBS Sports Network at 9 p.m. ET.
Below are the results of the event’s weigh-ins.
Titan FC 32 Weigh-in Results
Desmond Green (145) vs. Steven Siler (144.5) – for featherweight title
Rick Hawn (155.5) vs. Carlo Prater (154)
Ryan Quinn (155) vs. Milan Zerjal (153)
Nick Honstein (126) vs. Iliarde Santos (125.5)
Andre Harrison (145.5) vs. Aaron Neveu (143)
Johnny Campbell (141) vs. John Santos (141)
Wayne Ahlquist (156) vs. Nathan Oses (154)
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