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Alonzo Martinez Out; Rich Clementi in versus Aaron Derrow at Titan FC 16

20 Jan

MMA Junkie Reports:

http://mmajunkie.com/news/22151/rich-clementi-vs-aaron-derrow-added-to-titan-fighting-championship-16.mma

Rich Clementi

– 39-17-1 MMA Record

– Won 3 of last 4 Fights

– Notable Wins: Terry Etim, Sam Stout, Melvin Guillard

Aaron Derrow

– 8-2-0 MMA Record

– 4 Fight Win Streak

– Notable Wins: Joe Wilk

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With the late injury to LC Davis, Titan Fighting will be shuffling around their line-up for next week’s card. UFC veteran Rich Clementi is a late addition and will face Aaron Derrow. Alonzo Martinez was Derrow’s original opponent, but now he will be waiting for a replacement as well. Titan FC 16 takes place on January 29th at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas.

Rich Clementi has won three out his last four fights all by submission, including victories over Glen Cordoza, Lenny Nelson, and most recently Felipe Enomoto at CW Validation last December. Clementi dropped a closely-contested decision against prospect Carey Vanier at Bellator Fighting Championships 33 in his only fight with the promotion.

Aaron Derrow has currently won four fights in a row, including a second round submission over Strikeforce veteran, Joe Wilk. In August of 2008, Derrow won three fights all in one night, to win X-Treme Promotions’ lightweight tournament. Derrow’s only recent loss was against “The Ultimate Fighter” season 12 runner-up, Michael Johnson by first round TKO.

 

 
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Posted by on January 20, 2011 in Local Shows, News

 

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