Titan FC are taking a step up with TFC 22 May 25th, a card that features twowell-respected UFC vets as Anthony Johnson faces David Branch. TFC 22 takes place at the Memorial Hall inKansas City with a live broadcast on HDNet.
Anthony Johnson was released from the UFC after missing weight for and losinghis fight against Vitor Belfort, a disappointing ending to eleven fights in theOctagon stretching back to June 2007 in which he went 7-4 bringing him to 10-4overall. Branch is a good opponent forJohnson’s TFC debut as he went 2-2 in the UFC but is otherwise undefeated at10-2 with wins over Jeremy May in Shark Fights and Dominique Steel in Pure MMAbeing his post-UFC work.
The co-main event is a good chance to see if WEC vet L.C. Davis can get back tohis winning ways against Bill Kamery. Davis was impressive going into his WEC debut with a 2-1 record in IFL,a win over Bao Quach in Affliction, and a decision looss to Michihiro Omigawain Sengoku. Davis even started out hisWEC career with three wins but the following two losses to Josh Grispi andRaphael Assuncao ended that run resulting in over a year off the circuit. Davis returned in February with a loss toChristian Ulfacker in Hoosier Fight Club which brought his overall record to16-5 but three losses in a row. Kameryis 10-2 but in smaller shows such as the win in his last fight in MCC againstWill Shutt.
Definitely keep an eye out for Fabio Mello who has turned around his mid-careerslump into a six-fight win streak including two in Bellator and his most recentin TFC against Josh Huber. Speaking ofBellator vets Jose Vega and Rudy Bears, both fan favorites if not tournamentstandouts, ap[pear on this show.
Mirsad Bektic vs. Willie Mack
Rudy Bears vs. Nick Nolte
Nick Mamalis vs. Fabio Mello
Jose Vega vs. Andrew Whitney
L.C. Davis vs. Bill Kamery
Anthony Johnson vs. David Branch