Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Titan FC 18: Brian Davidson Confirmed Opponent for Jens Pulver
By FCF Staff
Titan FC has not only confirmed a new opponent for veteran Jens Pulver, the promotion has announced that the former UFC lightweight champ will compete at a new weight when he heads to Kansas City for the May 27th card. Pulver (pictured), who has been competing at featherweight, will meet former Strikeforce competitor Brian Davidson in a catch-weight bouts of 140lbs.
“Brian retired from active competition last year in order to focus on his duties as the head trainer at K2L/Grindhouse MMA. However, the offer to fight a legend in this sport on HDNet was too much for Brian to pass up,” said Titan Fighting CEO Joe Kelly. “Brian is a former world Tae Kwon Do champion and his unique striking style will make for an explosive fight.”
Davidson (6-3) competed last at Bellator 32 in October, 2010, and knocked out Shane Hutchinson in the first round. The win was Davidson’s first since 2009, after he lost back-to-back bouts to Danny Crim and Kevin Croom.
Pulver (24-14-1) has won two fights in a row now after dropping six straight from June, 2008 through 2010. Most recently the accomplished fighter worked his way to a split decision win over Wade Choate at a Chicago Cagefighting Championship event in March.
Here is the line-up to date for Titan FC 18, which will be broadcast live on HDNet.
Jens “’Lil Evil” Pulver (24-14-1) vs. Brian “Mr. D” Davidson (6-3) at 140 lbs.
Drew “The Massacre” McFedries vs. (9-6) Darryl Cobb (6-2) at 185 lbs.
Rory Markham (16-6) vs. Rudy “Bad News” Bears (12-7) at 170 lbs.
Joe “The Nose” Wilk (11-5) vs. Jesse Zeugin (5-1) at 145 lbs.
John Ott (8-8) vs. Mike Glynn (5-5) at 185 lbs.
“Super Duper” Bobby Cooper (5-3) vs. Nick Budig (5-1) at 155 lbs.
Sean “P-Town” Wilson (27-15) vs. Deryck Ripley (11-19) at 155 lbs.
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