Joe Kelly, the owner and president of Titan Entertainment, has recently announced the inauguration of a new full-time fight promotion entitled Titan Entertainment’s Combat Sports Championships.
A long-time fight game promoter, both in boxing and mixed martial arts, Kelly has a track record for success stemming from the countless number of shows he has put together during his many years involved in the business.
“After having established a strong track record with my old Titan MMA shows, I am excited to be back to promoting full-time MMA in the Kansas City market,” said Kelly. “With Titan MMA on hiatus, we were able to bring some nationally televised MMA events to Kansas City and that gave me the itch to start promoting shows on my own again, but this time on a bigger and better scale.”
The debut event for Titan Entertainment’s Combat Sports Championships will kick off on Friday, Oct. 2 at 7:00 p.m. CT at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas. Tickets for the event are on sale now at all local Ticketmaster outlets as well as Ticketmaster.com with general admission tickets priced at just $25 and floor seats available for $75.
As of right now there are a total of thirteen bouts scheduled for the card featuring the superstars of tomorrow hailing from states such as Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Nebraska, and Iowa.
“The Combat Sports Championships has some major plans for growth but for our first show we really wanted to focus on calling more attention to the overlooked prospects competing on the Midwest MMA scene,” explained Kelly. “While national expansion is our goal, I am perfectly comfortable putting our initial focus on Midwest-based fighters being that I was born and raised in Kansas City and still call it my home.
“As is, I feel great about this card. However, since this is our first event, we want to go big and we are finalizing our two co-main events right now and we will be announcing them in the next few days. With the two co-main event fights we are going to add, it will make ‘CSC Fight Night I’ the biggest MMA event in Kansas history.”