Miss any of Titan Fighting Championships over this MMA-stuffed weekend? Here's a quick look back at Friday night's card from Fayetteville, NC. Aside from the two UFC events that took up nearly all of Saturday, there was plenty of other notable MMA action over the weekend, starting with Friday night's Titan FC 29 in North Carolina. Featured in the main event were lightweights Mike Ricci and George Sotiropoulos, both dumped by the UFC, with the Canadian Ricci more likely to potentially manage a wa read news >>
The next featherweight title challenger for Titan FC will be determined next month when Kurt Holobaugh meets Lloyd Woodard. Filed under: MMA Rumors, News read news >>
Titan Fighting Championship is about to crown a featherweight champion. Headlined by a 170-pound title fight between Ben Saunders and Matt Riddle, Titan FC 29 will define the first featherweight to feature an upcoming 145-pound title bout. Titan FC president and CEO Jeff Aronson informed MMAFighting.com on Monday that Kurt Holobaugh will fight Lloyd Woodard on Aug. 22 in Fayetteville, N.C., in a title elimination bout. Holobaugh (12-2) won three straight since leaving the UFC in April of 2013, w read news >>
David Rickels took the better part of a round to get rolling, but once he did, there was little Lloyd Woodard could do to stop him. read news >>
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Lloyd Woodard’s MMA philosophy is not a complicated one. read news >>
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CLEVELAND - As if the crazy, mustached mountain man needed another shot of adrenaline.
Lloyd Woodard will certainly get it tonight at Bellator 66, in the form of rookie cornerman Joe Lozito.
Lozito, a mixed-martial-arts fan, gained nationwide publicity after he subdued knife-wielding, multi-murderer Maksim Gelman on the New York City subway following a weekend killing spree in February 2011.
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After upsetting Patricky “Pitbull” Freire in the opening round of Bellator’s Season 6 lightweight tournament, Lloyd Woodard didn’t hesitate to call out Michael Chandler. read news >>
In mixed martial arts, there is no feeling quite like that of the emphatic knockout. read news >>
Lloyd Woodard’s nickname may be “Cupcake,” but don’t let the name fool you. This hungry lightweight entered Bellator’s Season 6 Lightweight Tournament knowing only one speed, and that’s full speed. If you need proof, look no further than Bellator 62, where Woodard engaged Patricky “Pitbull” Freire in an epic back and forth war that had mixed martial arts fans on the edge of their seats. In the second round, Woodard was able to stun Freire yet again and then locked in arm-breaking Kimura to get t read news >>
After a bone-breaking finish of Patricky Freire at Bellator 62, Lloyd Woodard says he'd consider it an honor to crack Rick Hawn upside his head at Bellator 66. read news >>
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Lloyd Woodard has to win two more bouts in Bellator’s Season 6 lightweight tournament to get a shot at champion Michael Chandler, but he’s not hiding the fact that his sights are set on the titleholder. read news >>