Titan FC COO Lex McMahon knows there is a vast array of mixed marital arts talent in Florida; so that’s why he is not wasting time providing a platform for these hungry fighters to show off their skills in the Sunshine State.
McMahon joined The Roman Show to discuss Titan FC 38 on Saturday, April 30 at Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, 500 SW 177th Ave., Miami, 33194.
The event will air on UFC Fight Pass at 7 p.m. EST.
The main event features Steve Carol and Belal Muhammad in a battle for the inaugural welterweight title.
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McMahon says Florida is rich in MMA talent.
“Our company is based here,” he said. “There is amazing talent, top fight teams in [South] Florida like the Blackzillians, MMA Masters and American Top Team. There’s just tremendous talent.”
McMahon, Jeff Aronson and MC Hammer were the head of Alchemist Management, which signed several top fighters.
The fight card also features UFC veteran Yosdenis Cedeno versus Jason Novelli; Sid Bice versus Pedro Nobre; Jack May versus Chase Sherman and more.
“We want to be a platform for experienced fighters that have been around, but we want the up-and-comers. We scout every gym and every place we can possibly find talent,” he said.
The fight card is just one of many which will be in South Florida.
“We will have six shows,” he said. “It will end in December.”
The other shows will be at the BankUnited Center at the University of Miami in Coral Gables.
McMahon is the step-son of the late, great Ed McMahon of The Tonight Show (with Johnny Carson) fame.
To hear the complete interview, click here.
- Rodolfo Roman
Freelance Writer/ TV Producer-Reporter
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