Cage Titans XXXII RESULTS – Watch NOW on GFL!

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Cage Titans FC brought it once again with an INSANE night of #MMA #Fights at CAGE TITANS XXXII – Catch the ACTION on GFL! CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW!!!

Cage Titans 32 Quick Results from Tapology.com:

“Slippery” Peter Barrett def Vince McGuiness – Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Johnny “Cupcakes” Campbell def Michael Wallace Whaley – Sub, 2:56 Round 2

Aaron Goodwine def Sean Bettencourt– Sub, 2:54 Round 2

Joe Giannetti def Alex Dolan – Sub, 0:25 Round 1

Jeff Perez def Ryan DiBartolomeo – Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Jimmy Manning def David McClendon – Sub, 1:30 Round 1

Zach “Attack” DiSabatino def Jurrell Laronal – Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Fabio Cherant def Dave Sheehan – Sub, 2:02 Round 3

Marty Navis def Ryan Dunn – KO/TKO, 1:45 Round 2

Tommy Lee Davis def Jon Ciampa – KO/TKO, 1:22 Round 1

Rich Hacking def Brandon Murphy– KO/TKO

John Semenuk def Joe Smith – Sub, 2:50 Round 2

Daniel Pina def Glenn Kasabian – Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Fabian Miranda def J. Wilder – Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Cage Titans XXXII – Sat, 1/28/17 – LIVE ON GFL

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Cage Titans FC returns on Saturday, 1/28/17 for a night of TITAN #MMA #fights LIVE on GFL!!! CLICK HERE FOR EVENT INFORMATION

 

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CAGE TITANS XXXI – Live on GFL.TV

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On Saturday, November 5th, MMA action returns to Plymouth Memorial Hall with a stacked fight card set to take place with many of your favorite local fighters and many new faces.

On the amateur side of things, two title fights should be the highlight of the night. The vacant 145lb belt is on the line when TriForce’s John Douma battles Juniko’s Bryan Rossi. Douma is a grinder that uses his smothering, top-heavy wrestling game to drag his opponents into the late rounds. As for Rossi, he is riding a four fight win streak with 3 of those wins coming via devastating knock-outs. This should be a fun fight with two clashes of styles, Douma most likely looking to take this fight to the ground and Rossi looking to land that one clean shot! With that being a fight of complete opposite styles, the 125lb title fight will be a match-up of almost identical opponents when jiu-jitsu aces Josh Meehan from Juinko and Will Graustuck from the UFC Gym square off. Both fighters are undefeated with all of their wins coming from submission and a combined 3 Submission of the Night awards between them. For those fans that have a love for BJJ and the eccentricities of the ground game, this is a fight you will not want to miss!

In pro action Scott Gorgone returns to the cage at a new weight class of 155lbs to take on 20+ fight veteran Steve McCabe. Fan favorite, Don Shainis looks to pick up his first professional win when takes on Arslan Otchiyev who will be making his pro debut in a fight that could very well steal the show. Former amateur champion, Joe Giannetti looks to make it two pro wins in a row when he battles heavy-handed Keegan Hornstra while Devin Pilkington and David Espino face-off with both of them hoping to get their elusive first taste of victory.

 

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Anthony Karperis Headlines Star Boxing’s “Rockin’ Fights 25” at the Paramount on August 13 – Live on GFL.Tv

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Anthony Karperis Headlines Star Boxing’s “Rockin’ Fights 25” at the Paramount on August 13; Junior Welterweight Defends NY State Title Against Ariel Duran in Rematch.

New York, August 4- Junior welterweight standout Anthony Karperis (12-2, 4 KOs, Hicksville, NY), with fresh ink on his new contract with Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing, graduates to main event status at The Paramount in Huntington, New York on Saturday night, August 13.

“Showtime” will go toe-to-toe in a grudge rematch against Queens native Ariel Duran (9-8-1, 5 KOs) in a 10-round junior welterweight affair for Karperis’ New York State belt in his first title defense.

“I am very excited to headline,” says Karperis. “We have been talking about it for some time now. It is finally here and I am ready.”

“I never really get nervous before a fight,” reports Karperis on his initial defense of the title and first main event. “I am working hard to put on a great show, and get the win.”

Karperis will try to follow the same path as fellow Star Boxing Long Island standouts Chris Algieri and Joe Smith, Jr., who both used the Paramount as a springboard to major televised main events in prime time. Undefeated Cletus “The Hebrew Hammer” Seldin is on the same journey.

“I absolutely want to follow in their footsteps, hopefully get that opportunity, and be able to capitalize on it,” Karperis says. “I want to swing it out of the park. Seeing them get those life-changing opportunities shows people that it is not just a dream anymore, it’s a reality.”

Karperis captured the vacant belt when he defeated cross town rival Alan Gotay on April 23rd at the Paramount.

A Hicksville product fighting out of The Academy of Boxing in Huntington, Karperis defeated Duran in a razor-thin decision on July 18, 2014, in their first encounter. Karperis has fought 13 of his 15 pro bouts (one no contest) at the Paramount.

“Even though I am originally from Hicksville, I train in Huntington and fight out of Huntington, so it is part of my hometown,” says Karperis. “The Paramount is a great venue for a fight. I always bring a huge crowd for support. It motivates me to be in front of my hometown fans.”

Promoter DeGuardia says this about the main event rematch: “These two fought a heck of a battle once before and I expect nothing less this time around, except the stakes are much higher with Anthony’s New York State title on the line.”

Karperis adds: “We are both more experienced now. I have a lot riding on it. I want to prove that the first fight wasn’t a fluke. He (Duran) wants to come in and prove a point. ”

“I am training harder than ever for this fight,” continues the junior welterweight. “I try to find the opponent’s weakness and exploit them, attack where they are most vulnerable. I believe that I am a versatile fighter, and can adapt.”

On signing with DeGuardia’s Star Boxing, Karperis reflects: ‘”We have worked together for some time now. I have been loyal to them, and they have been loyal to me. They have always treated me like I was one of them, and I now look forward to have the promotional team behind me as I take this huge step in my career.”