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Pat Healy meets Kurt Kinser in Titan FC 33's fourth title fight

Esther Lin, MMA Fighting

Titan FC is stacking the deck for its next card.

With three title fights already scheduled, another one will be added to Titan FC 33 on March 20 at AeroFest in Mobile, Ala., COO Lex McMahon told's Ariel Helwani on Tuesday.

UFC veteran Pat Healy will take on Kurt Kinser for the Titan FC lightweight title. Already on the docket: Desmond Green will take on Kurt Holobaugh for the featherweight title, Brett Johns meets Walel Watson for the bantamweight belt and the vacant heavyweight title will be awarded in a bout between Jon Madsen and Chase Gormley.

Also, the Titan FC 33 weigh-ins will take place on the deck of the USS Alabama on March 19. AeroFest is an annual event for military veterans and professional events with competitive, informational and motivational events. Titan FC will be a part of the festivities. McMahon is a former Marine.

The card will mark Healy's Titan debut. The durable fighter was cut from the UFC last year after four straight losses, but rebounded with a win over Bellator vet Ricardo Tirloni at Arena Tour 4 in December. Healy (30-20) was once one of the top lightweights in Strikeforce.

For Kinser (8-0), this marks a huge opportunity. The Indiana native has finished all but one of his pro fights. He last fought at Hoosier Fight Club 22 in November, beating Tom Shoaff via first-round submission (armbar).

Titan's last card featured Green defeating Steven Siler for the featherweight belt Dec. 19 in Lowell, Mass.

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