Titan Fighting Championship officials held weigh-ins today in anticipation of tomorrow night’s Titan FC 70 fight card which will be held at the InterContinental Miami in Miami, Florida, and broadcast live.
The Titan FC middleweight title is on the line on Friday night, but only Bruno Assis can walk away with the hardware as his opponent, Shane O’Shea came in overweight for the title fight.
Complete Titan FC 70 weigh-in results below:
Main Card – UFC Fight Pass – 8 pm ET
Bruno Assis (185) vs. Shane O’Shea (185.8) – Only Assis can win Titan FC middleweight title as O’Shea missed weight
Roy Cheveria (134.2) vs. Earnest Walls (130.2)
Talita Alencar (115.6) vs. Staci Vegas (115.6)
Denzel Freeman (254.2) vs. Duane Crespo (245.6)
Angel Alvarez (154.4) vs. James Hay (156.2)
Slava Borschev (160.4) vs. Kendly St. Louis (162.4)
Talita Alencar is only a matter of weeks away from making the transition to MMA as the three-time IBJJF World Champion is scheduled to fight at Titan FC 70 on July 2nd. She is a phenomenal talent and will almost automatically be a top contender in the promotion by virtue of her achievements in grappling to date. Alencar is an incredibly talented grappler and she has actually achieved more success out of the gi as opposed to in it, she has won two of her IBJJF World Championships in the no gi edition and has also won both an IBJJF no gi Pan-Ams and no gi European championship as well.
Titan Fighting Championships follows the Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts, which were first established in April 2000. The Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts have been adopted by every state athletic commission that holds mixed martial arts events throughout the United States.
Under the Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts there are no groin strikes, eye gouging, kicking or kneeing a grounded opponent, downward elbows, strikes to the back of the head, head butting, biting, or grabbing the fence. Upon a violation of the rules, referee can either warn the fighter, take a point away, or disqualify the fighter depending upon the regularity and severity of the foul.
referee stoppage (the referee ends the fight because one fighter is unable to intelligently defend himself)
doctor stoppage (a ring side doctor decides that it is unsafe for the fighter to continue the bout due to excessive bleeding or physical injuries)
corner stoppage (a fighter’s cornerman signals defeat for their own fighter)
Judges’ Decision: Depending on scoring, a match may end as:
unanimous decision (all three judges score a win for fighter A)
majority decision (two judges score a win for fighter A, one judge scores a draw)
split decision (two judges score a win for fighter A, one judge scores a win for fighter B)
unanimous draw (all three judges score a draw)
majority draw (two judges score a draw, one judge scoring a win)
split draw (one judge scores a win for fighter A, one judge scores a win for fighter B, and one judge scores a draw