Where Will Northern California’s Fight Fans Be on October 6th?

Far too often, fight fans throughout Northern California are forced into a corner that isn’t red or blue; instead, they are tasked with the difficult decision, as will be the case on October 6, 2018, of which regional event to attend. October’s opening weekend not only hosts MMA’s hottest ticket of the year, UFC 229, but it will also feature King of the Cage: Terminal Velocity and The Titans Cage 20, a pair of local shows containing the sport’s next wave of talent.

King of the Cage: Terminal Velocity

Oroville, a rural town in Northern California, will open a platform inside the Gold Country Casino & Resort for numerous competitors to fulfill their big-city dreams of glory. In addition to King of the Cage crowning a new Cruiserweight Champion when Thomas Fallon and Ryan Williams clash in the main event, the long-standing promotion also contracted an intriguing match-up between Josh Paiva and Ricky Turcios.

King of the Cage: Terminal Velocity includes:

Main Event: Thomas “Smash Fallon (UFC Gym Rocklin) vs. Ryan “Cowboy” Williams (Team Pain) for the King of the Cage Cruiserweight Title

Co-Main Event: “Pretty” Ricky Turcios (Team Alpha Male) vs. Josh “The King of Diamonds” Paiva (MMAGOLD) in the bantamweight division

Featured Fight: Aaron “Shaka” Hedrick (Savage Den) vs. Shad “The American Badass” Smith (Independent) at a catchweight (160-pounds)

Featured Fight: Lake Gee (Savage Den) vs. Curtis Fields (Independent) for the amateur King of the Cage Amateur Bantamweight Title

Other fights include:

Nick Maximov vs. Nick Piecuch

Ryan Hamilton vs. Nawf Hamad

Mark Wirth vs. Victor Vorgas

Tyler Holbrook vs. Chris Wolf

Chandler Hall vs. Ben Monzon

Luke Barrington vs. Kyle Moya

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The Titans Cage 20

Formerly an all-amateur MMA production, The Titans Cage has seasoned their twentieth show in Sacramento with hints of professional flavorings.

The Titans Cage 20’s lineup includes:


Becerra (Ralph’s House MMA) vs. JT Donaldson (Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu) in the featherweight division

Chris Gonzalez (Team Alpha Male) vs. Gonzalez (Nobody MMA) in the lightweight division

Fajardo (Team Alpha Male) vs. Phillip Schwartz (8 Drums Muay Thai) in the bantamweight division

Carlos Figueroa (Nor-Cal Fighting Alliance) vs. Holt Felkins (Eric Nolan’s Xtreme Training Center) in the bantamweight division

Kody Vogels (Team Alpha Male) vs. Antonio (Team Take Flight) in the featherweight division

Daniel Compton (Smash Gyms) vs. Adam Wamsley (Nor-Cal Fighting Alliance) in the middleweight division


Justin Burrage (MMAGOLD) vs. Diego Zuria (Team Take Flight) in the welterweight division

Aaron Graf (Team Graf) vs. Ian Masloff (Smash Fight Team) in the bantamweight division

Blake Degmetich (MMAGOLD) vs. Josh Scott (Nick Diaz Academy) in the middleweight division

Adam Avitia (MMAGOLD) vs. Alexis Bustamante (Independent) in the featherweight division

Diego Begelow (Marinoble’s Martial Arts) vs. Samuel James (Bay MMA) in the featherweight division

Alicia Degmetich (MMAGOLD) vs. Veronica Pascual-Arroyo (Team Take Flight) in the featherweight division

Aaron Padilla (8 Drums Muay Thai/Ares BJJ) vs. Anthony Rasmussen (Ultimate Fitness) in the bantamweight division

Austin Branum (MMAGOLD) vs. Michael Guadamuz (World Muay Thai) in the lightweight division

Vance Thompson (Bay MMA) vs. Edwin de Los Santos (Smash Fighter) in the flyweight division

For more information about The Titans Cage 20, go to: www.thetitanscagemma.com.

The only thing that remains is answering: Where will you be on October 6th?


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