(Titan Fighting)Why You Should Give Titan FC A Chance Dana Becker April 27, 2016 News, Previews, Promotions, Spotlight, Titan FC, Titan FC Events UFC Fight Pass has been gobbling up promotions like Demetrious Johnson does title defenses. One of those acquisitions was Titan FC, a promotion owned and operated by Jeff Aronson and Lex McMahon. If you don’t know who Aronson and McMahon are, you likely haven’t been following the sport very long, as they are two highly successful businessman. But, back to the actual promotion. This weekend, Titan FC 38 takes place on the UFC’s all-digital network. And if you haven’t given Titan FC a chance, this is a perfect opportunity. While some non-UFC, non-Bellator, non-WSOF promotions like to stick to either being strictly for the veterans or a stage for prospects, Titan FC tries to bring the best of both worlds to the forefront. Steve Carl, a former WSOF champion and contestant on The Ultimate Fighter, will seek more gold when he takes on unbeaten Belal Muhammad from the Miccosukee Casino in Miami in the main event. Carl owns 17 career wins via submission and is 22-4 overall in his career, losing just once – to Rousimar Palhares for the WSOF title – since a 2011 loss to former Bellator champion Douglas Lima. Among his wins during that time was a 2013 submission of Josh Burkman. Muhammad is more of an unknown, but he does have experience inside the Bellator cage, having won twice there. The rest of the card is an interesting mix, as Jason Novelli meets Yosdenis Cedeno, Pedro Nobre takes on unbeaten Sid Bice, Jack May squares off with Chase Sherman, undefeated fighters Peter Petties and Caio Rocha battle, Andrew Whitney squares off with Cory Tait, Alan Arzeno meets Micah Miller, Reynaldo Walter Durate fights Jose Torres and Frederico Moncaio goes up against Ignacio Bahamondes. Keep an eye on Novelli, as he gets his shot against a former UFC fighter in Cedeno, the Nobre-Bice contest and the Petties-Rocha fight. Titan FC also has an interesting stipulation, as fighters can leave the promotion no questions asked if a contract with the UFC becomes available.