Randy Costa vs. Zachary Burnhans
The head kick king is back. Randy Costa returns to the cage for his fifth consecutive fight for the New England promotion, Cage Titans. At the event set for April 6th, Randy Costa takes on Zachary Burhans.
The Head Kick King
Since June of 2018, Costa has yet to miss a Cage Titans event. Being one of the most active fighters on the roster is even more impressive when tallying his total cage time in four professional bouts (2:50). In four fights, Costa spent less than a full round of amateur MMA inside the cage.
Zachary Burhans represents the toughest test to date for Costa. Despite being in the midst of three consecutive losses, Burhans has fought and defeated good competition as a professional. Burhans owns victories over Jared Dumais and Tyler Venice. His losses came at the hands of John Douma and Lauzon MMA teammate of Costa, Andy Aiello.
Cage Titans XLIII
Cage Titans XLIII looks to build off the success of its previous show. With record highs in ticket sales as well as attendance set at Cage Titans XLII, the April 6th event aims even higher. The 43rd numbered show already has multiple intriguing matchups set. Top-ranked New England amateur, Mitch Raposo make his professional debut against Colorado’s Rob Fuller.
Fuller makes his return to Cage Titans after taking the fight to Costa at Cage Titans XLII. He searches for his first win as a professional when he takes on the debuting Raposo. New England’s Raposo looks to finally make his professional debut. The Fall River fighter initially intended to make his debut at Cage Titans XLII. Unfortunately, due to a no-show by his opponent, the fight was canceled. Also set for Cage Titans XLIII, Zach DiSabatino looks to bounce back after the first loss of his professional career. He takes on Albert Tulley whom also lost at the previous Cage Titans event. Other matchups include Jimmy Manning vs. Fernando Perez II, Dion Rubio vs. Eddy George (amateur lightweight title fight), and Sean Lally vs. Shedrick Goodridge.