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Titan FC partners with UFC Fight Pass on long-term broadcast deal

Damon Martin

Fox Sports – June 18, 2015 10:55p ET

UFC  President Dana White (Left) and Titan FC COO Lex McMahon make a deal.

As the UFC continues to grow its online digital network, Fight Pass, part of the key for expansion is adding more live content for viewers to tune in weekend after weekend even when there’s not a UFC card taking place.

This week the UFC signed up another prominent United States-based organization to join the Fight Pass family as Titan Fighting Championships (Titan FC) has been added to the slate of promotions working with the online network for live events and a past library of fights.

The new broadcast partnership will begin on July 18 with a Titan FC card from Kansas City, Mo. including four title fights on the show.

Titan FC co-owner and executive Lex McMahon helped broker the partnership while working directly with UFC president Dana White after the fledgling MMA promotion decided that partnering up with Fight Pass would definitely be best for business.

“I’ve been very fortunate that I have a very good relationship with Dana (White) and my partner Jeff Aronson had said, ‘Hey I think we should look at being on UFC Fight Pass,'” McMahon told FOX Sports. “So I gave Dana a call and said it was something we’d like to pursue. He set the wheels in motion and, after quite a bit of negotiating, we finally got a deal done and we’re excited. It’s a tremendous platform to be on.”

McMahon and Aronson have maintained a good relationship with the UFC over the years while running Titan FC. In addition to his work with Titan FC,

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For Andre Harrison and Cody Bollinger Titan FC 33 equals a golden opportunity…

For undefeated featherweight prospect Andre “The Bull” Harrison, 2015 could very well be his breakout year.

Having built himself up in the Ring of Combat promotion, last year Harrison stepped onto the national stage at Titan FC 32 in December and picked up a big win over Aaron Neveu.

Yet throughout his development, Harrison’s focus is on his growth as a fighter rather than the hype that surrounds him.

“I definitely put it aside and don’t necessarily think about it,” Harrison told MMAWeekly.com. “I more so just want to develop as a fighter and learn the craft better and be able to put on better shows for the fans and dominate opponents.

“I’m a lot more comfortable in the cage. I feel like I’m a lot better-rounded than I started. I’m more used to the training and stuff. I definitely feel better now.”

On Friday, as part of Titan FC 33 at Mobile Areofest in Mobile, Ala., Harrison (8-0) will face his toughest task yet when he squares off against veteran Cody Bollinger (17-3) in a feature 145-pound showdown.

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Cody Bollinger MMA Weekly
By his own admission, difficulty has surrounded the last couple years of Cody Bollinger’s career.

Weight issues have more than once caused friction with Bollinger and his promotions, leading to splits, but now he feels he’s beyond that and ready for some stability.

“I separated with WSOF because we couldn’t see eye to eye too often, so had to end that relationship,” said Bollinger of his 2014. “I moved up a weight class and I took some really good steps in the right direction.

“The negative stuff of last year, I’m pretty sure I fixed all that. It was a good start to get my foot in the door to hit it hard this year.”

Bollinger told MMAWeekly.com that the decision to move up to featherweight full-time has already yielded great results in his fight preparation.

“Being back up at 145 pounds now, this is my first camp in three years where I’ve gotten to focus on getting better and learning and becoming a better overall fighter rather than worrying about my weight cut,” he said. “Without having that added stress to it, I’m a lot more comfortable.

“I feel a lot stronger. I might even be quicker. I’m learning so much every day. It’s definitely a different camp with a way better feel this time.”

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Ultimate Fighter alum Cody Bollinger signs with Titan FC

Cody Bollinger has a new home.


Titan FC has signed the Ultimate Fighter 18 alum to an exclusive, four-fight contract, Titan CEO Jeff Aronson told MMA Fighting’s Ariel Helwani on Wednesday. Bollinger has a Zuffa out clause in the deal if he were to sign with the UFC.

Aronson said Titan is targeting a bout between Bollinger and Kurt Holobaugh on March 20 at Aerofest in Mobile, Ala.

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Cody Bollinger’s Episode 2 ‘TUF 18′ Interview: Ambien, Whipped Cream & Shower Heads

Cody Bollinger MMA Weekly Welcome the first of many weekly interviews with The Ultimate Fighter 18 cast member Cody Bollinger. Bollinger was the 1st pick of the draft and continues to be one of the favorites to win the tournament. This week we’ll double-dip and talk a little about the 1st two episodes. Some of the best moments were Cody’s description of one housemates midnight feast; the TUF pick-up artist and his candid thoughts on coaches Miesha Tate and Bryan Caraway. If this week’s interview is any indication of how the rest of the season will be; buckle up. Cody knocked one out of the park this week. Hope you enjoy.

VigilanteMMA: Let’s start off with the big surprise. What did you think when you saw Miesha show up instead of Cat?

Cody Bollinger: I was a little surprised. I was wondering what happened. I thought maybe they just wanted to change for the hell of it for the rivalry. But they gave us the details and you know, that sucks for Cat. I hope she heals up soon and gets that title shot that she deserves.

VigilanteMMA: Obviously, the most unique thing this season is that there are men and women living in the house. How did you feel about sharing the house with the girls?

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