Pic by SHERDOG.COM -click for source- Credit: Dave Mandel

Pic by SHERDOG.COM -click for source- Credit: Dave Mandel

With two UFC events going on in Indiana and Wisconsin, it’s easy to forget that there are other MMA events going on in other parts of the United States and the world. So without further introduction, here’s what’s going on this weekend in the rest of the world in MMA:

Titan FC 26: Hallman vs Hornbuckle

Taking place this Friday at the Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri, Titan Fighting Championships continues its resurgence following it’s merger with Resurrection Fighting Alliance. In the main event, veteran Dennis Hallman takes on DEEP Welterweight Champion Dan Hornbuckle. The action can be watched on AXS TV. Other fights on the card include:

Kevin Croom (9-4) vs. Dustin Phillips (13-7)

Roy Babcock (7-1) vs. Alex White (6-0)

Chance Rencountre (1-0) vs. Jason Witt (2-0)

Charlie DuBray (11-8) vs. Jesse Zeugin (9-4)

Zach Nolen (2-1) vs. Jeremy Smith (1-0)

Henry Chionuma (0-0) vs. Derek Holly (1-1)

Super Fight League 24-25

The Indian based promotion continues it’s rise and monopoly in Mumbai, India as it continues its’ unique format of filming two different fight cards in one night and broadcasting it over the next two weeks. The two fight cards in question are SFL 24 and 25 and will be broadcast on September 6th and September 13th respectively, both of which are watchable in the United States on YouTube. Both fight cards are as follows:

SFL 24

Welterweight Bhabajeet Choudhury vs. Vicky Prasad Gupta
Middleweight Abhijeet Petkar vs. Suresh Rajput
Bantamweight Raghvendra Singh vs. Pushpender Singh
Flyweight Anup Kumar vs. Arun Nagar

SFL 25

Flyweight Himanshu Kaushik vs. Biswa Dev
Lightweight Siddharth Chandanshive vs. Mukesh Gora
Lightweight Baz Muhammad Mubarez vs. Sascha Sharma
Welterweight Mohammed Shahid vs. Satendar Bankura

 

Jungle Fight 57

Jungle Fight 57 takes place in Brazil for an exciting clash.

Storm MMA: Storm Damage 3

Taking place in Canberra, Australia, Storm MMA brings some exciting women’s MMA in the good old Outback. The fight card is as follows:

MARYANNE MULLAHY

1 – 0 – 0 (Win – Loss – Draw)

Unknown Fighter

UNKNOWN FIGHTER

– – (Win – Loss – Draw)

MATCH FIGHTERS
3 Faith Van DuinFaith Van Duin
1 – 0 – 0
vs Michelle 'Powerhouse' PeruzziMichelle Peruzzi
1 – 1 – 0
2 Kate 'Jiu-Jitseira' Da SilvaKate Da Silva
3 – 0 – 0
vs Arlene 'Angerfist' BlencoweArlene Blencowe
1 – 2 – 0
1 Ginny ConnorsGinny Connors
0 – 0 – 0
vs Belinda 'The Bellringer' SedgwickBelinda Sedgwick

 

Deep: Jewels 1

In what apparently is a merger between the two organizations, Japanese promotion Deep puts on an all women’s fight card titled Jewels. Aptly named after the all women’s Jewels, it will feature mostly Japanese with some foreign talent mixed in. The fight card is as follows:

Versus

Sadae 'Manhoef' Numata

SADAE NUMATA

4 – 1 – 1 (Win – Loss – Draw)

Celine Haga

CELINE HAGA

5 – 11 – 0 (Win – Loss – Draw)

MATCH FIGHTERS
8 Mika 'Future Princess' NaganoMika Nagano
13 – 8 – 0
vs Akiko 'Betiko' NaitoAkiko Naito
6 – 12 – 0
7 Emi 'The Kamikaze Angel' FujinoEmi Fujino
12 – 6 – 0
vs Hyo Kyung SongHyo Kyung Song
0 – 2 – 0
6 Yasuko 'Ikuko' TamadaYasuko Tamada
14 – 8 – 3
vs Yukiko SekiYukiko Seki
11 – 22 – 0
5 Satomi TakanoSatomi Takano
2 – 1 – 0
vs Masako YoshidaMasako Yoshida
16 – 18 – 5
4 Yuko 'Amiba' OyaYuko Oya
5 – 3 – 0
vs Yasuko 'Pink Spider' MogiYasuko Mogi
3 – 8 – 0
3 Fukuko 'Happy' HamadaFukuko Hamada
7 – 8 – 1
vs Miyoko KusakaMiyoko Kusaka
3 – 6 – 1
2 Takumi UmeharaTakumi Umehara
1 – 1 – 0
vs Megumi SugimotoMegumi Sugimoto
0 – 0 – 0
1 Sachiko FujimoriSachiko Fujimori
0 – 0 – 0
vs Sumire TakahashiSumire Takahashi
0 – 1 – 0

 

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