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November 3, 2009
Titan Fitness Muay Thai Fighter, Corey Tilghman, Earns TKO Win In His Muay Thai Fight.
Posted on Tuesday, November 3, 2009 in Fighter Results, Gym News, Uncategorized, Upcoming Fights

Titan Fitness Muay Thai fighter, Corey Tilghman, won by TKO in the second round of his Thai Boxing fight on October 31, 2009.  Corey controlled and dominated his opponent for two rounds before the fight was stopped at the end of the second round.  Corey is a State College resident and Penn State student.  He has been training at Titan Fitness for about one year.  This was Corey’s second Thai Boxing event.  He will be fighting again in January of 2010.

Corey Tilghman (silver and black trunks)

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October 9, 2009
Titans to Compete at Thai Boxing Event
Posted on Friday, October 9, 2009 in Gym News, Upcoming Fights

Jordan Katz (on left) and Corey Tilghman in Fight Preparation

Jordan Katz (on left) and Corey Tilghman in Fight Preparation

Titan Fitness & Martial Arts Thai Boxing students, Jordan Katz and Corey Tilghman, will be competing at a United States Kickboxing Allience (U.S.K.A.) sanctioned event at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, PA this Saturday night, October 10.  This event will include kickboxers and Thai boxers from schools on the East Coast.

Katz is competing in his second Thai fight.  He was successful in first bout this past summer posting a TKO in the third round.  Tilghman will be making his Thai boxing debut.

If you are interested in supporting these fighters, contact the gym at 814/235-1015 or via email at info@titanfitness.com for directions to the fights.  Travel time is only a little over two hours.  We at Titan wish Jordan and Corey all the best in tomorrow evening’s fights.

February 18, 2009
Penn State Boxing Invitational
Posted on Wednesday, February 18, 2009 in Upcoming Fights

For the first time in 12 years, boxing returns to Penn State.  On Saturday, February 28, the Penn State Boxing team will host the Penn State Boxing Invitational, “Showdown in the Valley”.  The event will take place at the White Building on the Penn State campus.  First bell is set for 6 pm with the 13 to 15 fights set to last until 9 pm.  Tickets are an affordable $6 for adults and $4 for students (ID is required).  Schools from all over the East Coast will be competing in what is sure to be an exciting evening of boxing action.  We encourage all of your to bring your friends and attend this great event.  Help Penn State Boxing in its re-emergence onto the Penn State sports landscape for many years to come. 



Titan Fitness is honored to serve as the principle sponsor for this event.  The State College Martial Arts Academy (the predecessor to Titan Fitness) was a large supporter of Penn State Boxing back in the 1990s.  Titan Fitness is proud to resume this relationship with Penn State Boxing. 



Titan Fitness has several connections to the Penn State Boxing team in that a number of the fighters that will be showcased at the February 28 event got their starts in boxing at Titan Fitness.  The relationship between the two organizations goes even further.  Dave Vacco started boxing at Titan Fitness three and a half years ago.  In that period of time, he competed in a number of amateur boxing events, took over as the instructor of the intermediate boxing program at Titan, and was added to the Penn State Boxing coaching staff for the 2008-09 season.  The improvement of the Boxing II program at Titan Fitness and the continued development of the Penn State Boxing program is a tribute to Dave’s commitment to the sport of boxing.  We at Titan Fitness feel fortunate to have him as a member of our boxing staff and wish Dave and his team all the best at the Penn State Boxing Invitational and further into the season as they pursue regional and national championships.

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