Titan FC 32 Postponed Due to ‘Multiple Unforeseen Circumstances'

Titan Fighting Championships has postponed its upcoming event planned for Nov. 20 in Augusta, Ga.

MMAWeekly.com began getting word of the cancellation late Tuesday afternoon, and then promotion officials confirmed the cancellation to MMAJunkie.com, citing “multiple unforeseen circumstances,” although not defining them.

Titan FC 32 was scheduled with a main event pitting UFC veteran Dave Herman against Jon Madsen. The main event will apparently remain intact, but will move with the event to Dec. 19 in Lowell, Mass. It will also air on the CBS Sports Network, as it would have on Nov. 20.

It’s been a rough week for the promotion.

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Titan FC 31 took place last week in Tampa, Fla., with its main event first being changed from a lightweight championship to a non-title catchweight fight when Mike Ricci failed to make weight, and then being blown apart altogether when Ricci’s opponent, Yoshiyuki Yoshida, declined to fight.

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