Saturday night on UFC Fight Pass, Titan FC kicks off its first fight since their recent deal with Fight Pass and they do so with a stacked card in Titan FC 34.

On July 18, Titan FC has given the fans four title fights to enjoy, along with some very good prospect fights as well. To top off the night, the main event, Pat Healy will be taking on Marcus Edwards for the lightweight title fight after Mike Ricci recently pulled out of the title fight because of an injury.

The other three title fights are as followed:

Featherweight title: Kurt Holobaugh vs. Andre Harrison

Bantamweight title: Brett Johns vs. Anthony Gutierrez

Flyweight title: Tim Elliot vs. Iliarde Santos

This will be the first fight Titan FC has done on UFC Fight Pass so the night is sure to promise some action. All of the fighters now have the though of the UFC in their mind and will be trying to make a statement. With four title fights, fans will get a treat at Titan FC 34. All four of the title fights are going to be wars and picking the fights is very hard to do, but here are the previews and predictions for the four title fights.

Tim Elliot vs. Iliarde Santos:

Elliot is coming off three losses in the UFC, two of them to very high ranked fighters in Zack Makovsky and Joseph Benavidez. He was released from the UFC and this will be his first fight outside of the promotion since 2012. He is taking on Santos whom also lost three straight fights in the UFC before his release from the promotion. Santos is coming off of a unanimous decision victory at Titan FC 32. Both fighters have UFC experience so it should allow this fight to be a good one. This fight is a very hard one to predict as both fighters could take it.

Prediction: Santos def. Elliot by unanimous decision

Brett Johns vs. Anthony Gutierrez:

This is arguably the fan favorite fight of the night. These two fighters have been trash talking leading up to and before this fight was even announced. Current champion, Johns, is coming off of his title victory over Walel Watson at Titan FC 33. Johns will be taking on Gutierrez who has been lobbying for this fight since his Titan FC 33 head kick KO victory over Austin Lyons. Both fighters are going to make sure that this is an exciting fight start to finish even if that means the fight only going one or two rounds.

Prediction: Gutierrez def. Johns by submission

Kurt Holobaugh vs. Andre Harrison:

In the featherweight title fight, current champion and former UFC veteran Holobaugh will be taking on a very tough opponent in  Harrison, Holobaugh has been to the UFC and has all the makings of a guy who will make it back, but Harrison also is a guy that will be fighting in the UFC one day if he can put it all together. Holobaugh beat Desmond Green at Titan FC 33 by way of split decision for the belt and will be defending it for the first time. Harrison is coming off of an unanimous decision victory over Cody Bollinger at Titan FC 33. This is also another hard fight to predict, but Holobaugh might have too much experience for Harrison.

Prediction: Holobaugh def. Harrison by submission

Pat Healy vs. Marcus Edwards:

Healy will be defending the belt that he won at Titan FC 33 over Kurt Kinser by split decision. Healy has won his last two fights by split decision and before an injury; he was preparing to fight Mike Ricci. Healy is a UFC veteran though and will most likely be fine with the change of opponent so late in a camp. He will now be taking on Edwards who is kind of wildcard. He won his last fight at RFA 26 by unanimous decision, but before the decision win, he won five of his six fights and the five wins were by some sort of finish. In the end, Healy has the definition of a veteran and the change of opponent should not mess him up.

Pay Healy def. Edwards by unanimous decision

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Jeremy Klump is a Sport Media major at Ithaca College and has been writing about Mixed Martial Arts for over a year now. He interned at MVC Sports Management and AMA Fight Club. While interning at MVC and AMA, Jeremy found out that he had a true passion for writing about Mixed Martial Arts. He has interviewed and wrote articles on top UFC fighters while also having knowledge of regional fighters and the top new comers. He looks to grow as a writer and expand his knowledge of Mixed Martial Arts while being a proud member of The MMA Corner team.