Titan FC Signs Extension To Stay On UFC Fight Pass


Titan Fighting Championships is highly regarded as one of the best regional MMA promotions around today.

The promotion has been a part of UFC Fight Pass for some time now and they are going to be around a lot longer because they have signed a contract extension to stay on the streaming service.

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“Five years ago when I acquired Titan FC, it was my vision that Titan would be a major global brand in MMA and one of the premiere leagues in the world,” Titan FC CEO Jeff Aronson stated in a press release. “Renewing our media rights deal with UFC Fight Pass is another step to making the vision of Titan FC being a global brand a reality.”

Up next for Titan FC is Titan FC 51 and it will take place live on Friday, December 21 from Central Asia with two title bouts in the featured spots. 

Aronson also states that Titan FC will get involved in combat jiu-jitsu, starting in 2019.

“As a longtime jiu-jitsu practitioner and avid fan of all combat sports, I’ve been particularly intrigued with the growth of combat jiu-jitsu, so it’s both an exciting and logical brand extension for Titan FC,” Aronson said.

Other non-UFC promotions that air on UFC Fight Pass include the aforementioned Titan FC, CFFC, Invicta FC, Alaska FC, Xtreme Fight Night, Pancrase, Eddie Bravo Invitational, Glory and many more.

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