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Cage Titans 37, ended being the precise send-off ceremony for one of Plymouths beloved fighters, Manny Bermudez. As Owner and promoter, Mike Polvere said he himself just before the fighter exited the CTFC (Cage Titans Fighting Championship) cage for the final time, “No offense, I do want to see you in here again”.
With every passing day, the walls of Plymouth Memorial Hall stand in fearsome anticipation of what is destined to come. The loud and exciting ruckus inevitably caused by Cage Titans events. Only two weeks away, and even the insulation trembles in the wake. It may be fear that inhabits the structure known as Plymouth Memorial Hall, or simply a reverberation sustained and imbedded from previous Cage Titans events.
The city of Boston is a large and simmering fight market. To the cities south, along the shores, just before the dreaded stretch of melted steel, tar and stone known as the Sagamore Bridge, lays the unassumingly quaint and beautiful town of Plymouth, Massachusetts. There, on the edge of the cold and unforgiving Atlantic, sits the otherwise dormant home of Boston’s premier Mixed Martial Arts promotion, Cage Titans Fighting Championship. Dormant by standard of comparison to the excitement brought to the town’s only suitable venue, Plymouth Memorial Hall, when the MMA comes to the coast.
Upon third party investigation, the size of the South Boston promotions’ home venue may not indicate the extreme decibel level which its crowd achieves. Anyone daring to challenge that assertion, may do so. It happens as so, an opportunity presents itself in a little over a week. April 14th, hosts the 38th installment of Cage Titans, at its aforementioned home, Plymouth Memorial Hall, where a new Lightweight champion will be crowned.
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