Trio of Miletich Fighting Systems fighters set to compete at TFC 15 on Dec. 18

Photo: Titan Fighting - Ramiro Hernandez

Kansas City, KS — Since the mid-90s, the Miletich Fighting Systems training brand has been synonymous with some of the top names in the sport. And on Friday, Dec. 18, at the historic Memorial Hall in Kansas City, KS, three fighters representing the next wave of MFS fighters hoping to reach championship status will be featured at Titan Fighting Championships 15 (www.TitanFighting.com and www.Twitter.com/TitanFighting).

Tickets for TFC 15 are currently on-sale via Ticketmaster.com and all local Ticketmaster outlets.

Leading the MFS pack will be Adrenaline MMA veteran Ramiro “Junior” Hernandez, a 23-year old former lightweight who now competes at featherweight. The 5-1 resident of Iowa is slated to take on the crowd-pleasing Mike Johnson, 10-6, in a 150 lbs. catchweight attraction.

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