On Friday, December 19, 2014, Titan Fighting Championship will close out a strong 2014 campaign at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, MA by crowning two new champions. At Titan FC 32, Steven Siler and Desmond Green will battle it out for the vacant Titan featherweight championship. In the main event of the evening, Jack May and Jon Madsen will vie for the Titan heavyweight title.

In addition to the crowning of two new champions, two long time MMA welterweight veterans will make their Titan FC debuts as Carlo Prater takes on Rick Hawn.

Rick Hawn vs. Carlo Prater

Even though Prater is five years the junior of Hawn, he has a sizable experience advantage in the world of MMA; double the amount of fights to be exact. But Hawn was honing his grappling skills as an Olympic level judoka. This will be Prater’s first bout in over a year and even though Hawn is coming in off of back-to-back losses, he has been an extremely active fighter under the Bellator banner. That activity combined with his incredible grappling and power will be the difference in this fight.

Prediction: Hawn via Unanimous Decision


Steven Siler vs. Desmond Green

In the co-main event of the evening, Siler and Green will compete for the vacant Titan featherweight title. Siler is coming in on a three fight losing streak, but make no mistake, the 27-year-old is a dangerous featherweight with a go big or go home style that fans love. Green on the other hand is coming into this bout on the heels of an impressive knockout victory over Miguel Torres in his Titan FC debut. Green and Siler are two young studs looking make a statement and establish a legacy.

Prediction: Green via third round TKO


Jack May vs. Jon Madsen

In the main event of the evening, heavyweight powerhouses May and Madsen will lock horns for the vacant Titan FC heavyweight championship. Madsen made his return to MMA this past March after a three year hiatus with an impressive first round knockout over Matt Foster. May on the other hand is coming into this bout after suffering two UFC losses. At 6’8” tall May will have a huge height and reach advantage, but Madsen is an elite wrestler and he will look to level the playing field by putting May on his back. Unless May can keep this fight standing, this is Madsen’s fight to lose.

Prediction: Madsen via second round TKO

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