Titan FC has a new headlining fight for its next card.
Jack May will replace the injured Dave Herman and face Jon Madsen with the vacant Titan heavyweight title on the line in the main event of Titan FC 32 on Dec. 19 in Lowell, Mass. In the co-main, Desmond Green and Steven Siler will meet for the vacant featherweight title.
Titan COO Lex McMahon confirmed the changes with MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani on Friday. The main card will air live on CBS Sports Network.
May (7-2) was cut by the UFC recently after suffering the first two losses of his career. The 6-foot-8 former basketball player fell to Shawn Jordan by third-round TKO in August. May was initially supposed to fight Lew Polley on the Titan card. Madsen (8-1), an Ultimate Fighter alum, owns a 4-1 record in the UFC and is coming off a victory over Matt Foster at Pheasant City Fight Night 7 in May.
Siler (23-13) was also recently released by the UFC following three straight losses. But he owns career victories over Mike Brown and Cole Miller. Green (13-3) has won four of his last five fights and is coming off a first-round knockout of Miguel Torres at Titan FC 31 in October. Green owns a win over Bellator standout Mike Richman.