BREAKING: Titan FC featherweight champion Andre Harrison parts ways with promotion

480 Titan FC featherweight champion Andre Harrison parts ways with promotion, fights Julian Lane at ROC 57 MMAOddsBreaker has learned exclusively through Titan FC officials today that featherweight champion Andre Harrison has left the promotion. Titan FC noted that the New York native and the Florida based promotion had an “Amicable ending.” Harrison (14-0) went 7-0 under the Titan FC banner earning notable wins over UFC veterans Kurt Holobaugh and Steven Siler. The Bellmore Kickboxing MMA product signed with Titan FC 2014 and won their vacant 145-pound title by defeating Holobaugh at Titan FC 34 in July 2015.  Only 28-years old, the undefeated featherweight was surprisingly passed over by the UFC several times, however just one stoppage victory in his last eight fights may be the biggest factor. According to Tapology, Harrison gets right back in action next month against TUF 16 competitor Julian Lane at Ring of Combat 57. The event takes place November 18th  in Atlantic City, New Jersey. I spoke to Harrison today who confirmed the fight is at a 150-pound catchweight bout. It’s the first time Harrison has moved up a weight class since his pro-debut in 2011 (which was at lightweight).

Written by James Lynch

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