Titan FC is back and giving its fans another stacked card. If Titan FC 34 was not enough for fight fans, Titan FC 35 will surely meet their needs.

Titan has once again put together a card that is a must watch for fans and will not disappoint.

In the main event of the evening, current Titan FC lightweight champion takes on Rick Hawn in a lightweight war. This fight will be one you will not want to miss as Healy could earn his way back to the UFC or Rick Hawn could cap off an excellent career in combat sports.

If the main event was not enough for you, the co-main event should be. Personally, and which I have publicly stated, Andre Harrison vs. Desmond Green is the fight I am most looking forward to this weekend. This fight will be for the featherweight title, as Harrison defeated Kurt Holobaugh at Titan FC 34 for the belt. Holobaugh won the belt from Green at Titan FC 33, which was a very controversial fight.

There is also another title fight, the flyweight title, between Tim Elliot and Felipe Efrain, which will also be a great fight.

Here are some previews and predictions for Titan FC 35.

Pat Healy vs. Rick Hawn (lightweight title fight):

Healy is coming into the fight after defending his belt at Titan FC 34. He won that fight by TKO over Marcus Edwards in the second round. Hawn is coming off a decision victory over Derek Loffer. Both of these guys have had good careers, with Hawn’s looking shorter, but he had his Olympic judo career before MMA. This is a very hard fight for me to predict because both of these guys are great fighters and even better people. I had the pleasure of interviewing both of these humble guys and that makes it very hard to decide on whom I would pick to win.

Prediction: Pat Healy def. Rick Hawn by submission

Andre Harrison vs. Desmond Green (featherweight title fight):

Like I said before, Harrison won the belt after defeating Holobaugh in what was one of the most dominant victories I have seen. Green also had a very dominant victory, a thirty-two second knockout over Vincent Eazelle. Both of these guys are legitimate UFC potential and they will both be in the UFC sooner rather than later.

I also interviewed both of these fighters and it once again makes it hard for me to predict the fight, but here it is.

Prediction: Desmond Green def. Andre Harrison by TKO

Tim Elliot vs. Felipe Efrain (flyweight title fight):

First and foremost, Tim Elliot should be in the UFC. Yes, he lost four fights and three in a row, but look at whom he lost to. John Dodson, Ali Bagautinov, Joseph Benavidez, and Zach Makovsky. Those are some big time names in the UFC. However, he is not right now and is 1-0 since his UFC release. His win, a flyweight title victory over Illiarde, was at Titan FC 34. He takes on Felipe Efrain who is 9-1 and looking to take the flyweight belt away from Elliot. I think Elliot deserves to be back in the UFC so that should show you where my prediction is going.

Prediction: Tim Elliot def. Felipe Efrain by submission

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Jeremy Klump
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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.