Lightweight champ Pat Healy will headline Titan FC's first live event on UFC Fight Pass. | Photo: Dave Mandel/Sherdog.com
Long-running regional organization Titan Fighting Championship on Monday became the latest promoter to align itself with UFC Fight Pass.
Ultimate Fighting Championship Chief Content Officer Marshall Zelaznik today announced that Titan FC has signed an “exclusive, long-term agreement” with the UFC’s online streaming service. Details of the agreement were not disclosed.
UFC Fight Pass will live stream all future events from the promotion, beginning with next month’s Titan FC 34, and will also add its 33-event back catalog to the UFC’s online library.
“Titan FC puts on great events and we’re happy to make Titan fights available live and on-demand to our UFC Fight Pass subscribers,” Zelaznik stated in a release. “In the nine years since its first show, Titan has earned a reputation for putting on quality events featuring a mixture of up-and-coming talent and experienced veterans. I’m excited to offer these events live and exclusively on Fight Pass.”
Titan FC 34 will take place July 18 in Montreal, headlined by a lightweight title bout between defending champ Pat Healy and challenger Mike Ricci. Two other titles will be on the line, as Kurt Holobaugh risks his featherweight strap against Andre Harrison in the co-headliner, while Brett Johns defends his bantamweight belt against Anthony Gutierrez.
Primarily based in Kansas since its inception in 2006, Titan FC was purchased in 2014 by Jeff Aronson and has since held shows in Alabama, Florida, Massachusetts, North Carolina and Texas. Between February 2014 and March 2015, the promotion aired several events on CBS Sports Network.