Jose Torres to make pro debut with Titan FC on Dec. 18

Despite earlier reports that Jose Torres was closing in on a professional MMA debut under the banner of ONE FC, the 23-year-old bantamweight has now confirmed that December 8 will mark his professional debut, but that it will be with American promotion Titan Fighting Championships. JoseAs one of the most recognized American promotions outside of the UFC, Titan FC’s international roster consists of fighters such light-heavyweight champion and world jiu jitsu gold medallist Vinny Magalhães, former champion and undefeated Welsh bantamweight Brett Johns and notable alumni such as Bobby Lashley and Alan Belcher, plus several other veterans who have gone on to fight in the UFC. As a 2 x IMMAF World Championships of Amateur MMA gold medalist, and with a 25-1 amateur record, Torres is the world’s most decorated amateur veteran and continues to make history as the first fighter to make his professional debut with Titan FC. An opponent and venue is yet to be announced, however Torres also stated that he is now officially a part of KHK MMA (picture via Instagram) in Bahrain, alongside the likes of top UFC lightweight Khabib Nurmagomedov and headed by the prince of Bahrain, H.H. Shaikh Khalid. If you would like to read “A career review with Jose Torres; Amateur MMA’s most successful fighter” click HERE. [/spb_text_block]

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