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Parsec Award-winning author Matt Wallace and New York Times best-selling novelist Scott Sigler team up to bring you TITLE FIGHT, a strange and brutal tale that combines science fiction with mixed martial arts (MMA).Set in the universe used for Sigler’s books THE ROOKIE and THE STARTER, TITLE FIGHT is MMA cage fighting in the far future, where augmented sentients often battParsec Award-winning author Matt Wallace and New York Times best-selling novelist Scott Sigler team up to bring you TITLE FIGHT, a strange and brutal tale that combines science fiction with mixed martial arts (MMA).Set in the universe used for Sigler’s books THE ROOKIE and THE STARTER, TITLE FIGHT is MMA cage fighting in the far future, where augmented sentients often battle to the death. Lethal human contender Chiyal “The Heretic” North wants to be the greatest fighter of all time, but to get that title he has to take it from aging intergalactic heavyweight champion Korak the Cutter. Korak, undefeated in the ring and the hero of his Quyth race, knows the time has come to hang it up, but he also knows his legacy will be forever tarnished if he doesn’t take this one last fight.With millions of dollars at stake, Chiyal and Korak have to handle sponsors, high-tech corner crews, managers with agendas of their own, and evade the influence of gangster and fight-fixer Gredok the Split-Head.In this winner-take-all tale, Wallace and Sigler deliver blows so severe you’ll need a standing eight-count between every episode. The bell will ring, the blood will fly, but only one fighter can leave with the galactic heavyweight belt....

Title : Title Fight
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ISBN : 10401380
Format Type : Audiobook
Number of Pages : 107 Pages
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Title Fight Reviews

  • David Philmon
    2019-05-18 08:12

    Title FightIf you like the galactic football series then you will like this book. It's also good for those who like the UFC and don't mind the fighters being an alien species.

  • K.F.
    2019-05-06 06:10

    Solid and it answers s lot of questions This was so BAMF. I love Matt Wallace; his slinger series is to die for as is most of his other series. This was a perfect melding of two authors and it was seamless. It got me through the shell shock of the championship and by god I needed it.

  • Chris
    2019-05-06 07:01

    What happens when two immovable forces collide? What if those forces only survive because they are immovable? What if those same forces are pure of intent and as such used as pawns in others larger game of profit, but none of the players care so long as the goal is attained? That goal? To fight. Not to win titles. Not to unify championships. Not to have eternal glory. But simply to be a true fighter because words like warrior or gladiator are just words. That is the power of this novel. That is why "Title Fight" for all of its raw brutality, unflinchingly pugnacious language and pummeling imagery is a rare and desirable book. No, I'm not a fan of boxing or books about it. But I AM a fan of GOOD books that use real characters and EFFECTIVELY use pugilism as a vehicle to see the inner psyche of a pure fighter. I think that the most powerful moments in the novella came when former and current fighters didn't fight, but talked. Honestly. Openly. And fully about what the reasons are for why they do what they do and why pain isn't to be avoided. But to be embraced as a goal and vehicle in attaining the ultimate goal. To be known as one who truly fought. Not sparred. Not scuffled. Not wrestled around. But FOUGHT! Ding. Ding. Ding.

  • Jim C
    2019-05-20 00:16

    My rating is 3.5 stars. This is a novella that takes place in the "Galactic Football League" series. This follows two MMA fighters as they are on a collision course to meet inside the ring. This is a graphic book that has plenty of graphic violence.This fits in perfectly with his overall series as a couple of characters from the football books make an appearance here. If you have read Scott Sigler books before you have a good idea what to expect. He doesn't hold back on the violence and that is the case here. I enjoyed this book but not as much as the football books. I am not an MMA fan so that might be the reason. I believe the reason was I never got behind one of the fighters like I do the football team. It was well written and had enough subplots to keep the pace going. The final fight was excellent as I visibly cringed (in a good way) with the disturbing action.This was a welcome addition to this universe and a quick read. I do suggest reading the other novels before reading this one. Those other novels are so enjoyable that they might have affected my rating for this one. I just couldn't put this one on the same level but nonetheless this was a pleasant read.

  • Jaime
    2019-04-30 05:09

    I'm a big fan of Scott Sigler's GFL books and the novellas he's releasing with other authors to further the addictions of his hardcore addicts. Title Fight is set in the universe of the GFL, but is not a book about galactic football. This is all about MMA and the true fighters at the top of the game who seek to test themselves against the best of the best.As with all of the GFL books, crime lords and underhanded dealings abound when Korak and Chai - the 2 best fighters in opposing MMA leagues - are set to fight for the IFA championship. There is a pleasing mix of brutal violence and warrior spirit in this book in similar ways to the other GFL books, but with an MMA twist rather than the speed and patter of the grid iron.If you enjoy the GFL, this a great book to get into the feel of the same universe, even though it's not about your favorite Ionath Krakens. It's a fun and fast addition to the siglerverse which I highly recommend.

  • Joe Hempel
    2019-05-05 03:22

    An MMA story that ties into Siglers' GFL? Sounds good!Created a bit of the atmosphere that The Rookie did (it takes place between The Rookie and the Starter I believe. You see some of the same characters, Greedok the Splithead, Doc Patah, etc.This story sets up the fight scene like boxing. Fixed fights, mobs getting involved etc. But only the true warriors will rise against that to fight honorably.Korak the Cutter, world champion Quyth warrior, undefeated and Chial "The Heretic" North, the first Human to really make a run for the title.Lots of drama, and lots of action, with a bit of a surprise ending. Quick read, very fun. And if you don't want to read it, it's of course available for download FOR FREE at

  • Akariel Glenn-ford
    2019-05-02 07:00

    This is perhaps one of my favorite Sigler short stories, and one of my favorite stories from his GFL series.One thing to note about Siglers GFL ( Galactic football league ) series is that its not really about the football - tho you definitely can feel Siglers passion for the sport. As it really reads more like a futuristic Crime novel, with a galactic space opera back drop and incredibly interesting characters.Now take that formula and apply it to Combat sports, turn the volume up to eleven and you go from rock'n'roll to pure HEAVY METAL.I desperately want to see more of this aspect in the siglerverse with a follow up to this novella, a boy can only dream.This book is pure fun and more than worth the short amount of time it takes to read or listen to.

  • Amy Braun
    2019-05-01 07:15

    Excellent novella in the GFL universe/series. Compelling story, interesting (though absolutely INSANE) characters, and a climactic battle that contained one of the most sickening, savage, and incredible victory moves I've ever read. Seriously, I did not believe it happened until I read it again. My jaw dropped, and all I could think was: "What the f*ck did I just read?! No way that happened... Holy sh*t, that totally happened!" No clue what will happen next in this series, but I can't wait to find out.

  • Ryan Burt
    2019-05-04 08:18

    I love the GFL books and was in the need of a quick GFL fix and thought this could help me out. I enjoyed this book but I did have a tougher time caring about the characters. Don't get me wrong, they were interesting characters but I wasn't even sure who I wanted to win. If you are a GFL fan it is worth a read. They tip their hat enough to the GFL series mentioning characters and places from there.

  • Marija S.
    2019-04-23 06:20

    Whoa, I just survived a testosterone poisoning :-)Loved it and the sole two reasons it got 4 out of 5 stars is a) inplausibility of the universe the story was set in, b) main characters seemed a bit too single-minded and underdeveloped personality-wise. Not like any of that took the edge off the suspense and sheer enjoyment of the reading/listening expirience.Free audio at

  • Matt James
    2019-04-30 06:02

    a fun side story in the larger GFL universe. Would be hard to grasp the alien anatomies if one hasn't been reading The Rookie and others in the series by Sigler but this is a great bone-crunching novella. The MMA stuff isn't too technical but it should serve both MMA fanatics and people that haven't found the sport appealing.

  • Cameron
    2019-05-21 05:28

    Another GFL novella I chewed thru in record time - loved it! I remember hearing this podcast "back in the day," but couldn't remember much about it (I DID remember a certain key fight move near the end, though, as it was absolutely unforgettable!). This is another great collaboration between Sigler and Wallace, and I look forward to even more GFL novellas as the series moves ahead.

  • Delta
    2019-04-27 02:02

    I really enjoyed Infected by Sigler, so I was excited to find out he offers his audio books as a podcast! It was a super quick listen and the audio was very well done. I like the world that the story is set in and will definitely be visiting the other books in the series.

  • Dave
    2019-05-17 08:12

    Exciting, great characters and races like many of the GFL series from Scott Sigler. Good plot twist at the end, but it felt limited. Given that it is a Novella… I guess I was left wanting more book and better story development. It is a fast, fun read.

  • Hugo Saraiva
    2019-05-09 06:16

    I didn't think I would like listening to a boxing related story, but it's the FDO we're talking about here. Great intergalactic story of warriors fighting in the GFL or IFL. of course this novel takes place in the 2600's. Awesome book!

  • Reese
    2019-05-04 08:27

    Great book that gave some answers to the background of some characters in the second book of the GFL series.It was a shame that I didn't realise that this was connected to the GFL series, but as a stand alone story, it was superb.

  • Eric Grimm
    2019-04-28 02:17

    A short off shoot within the GFL series that will give some insight with characters within the series books.

  • B
    2019-04-23 05:23

    Fantastic Story!

  • Linda
    2019-05-09 01:06

    This fits in around the same era as Scott Sigler's GFL series. GFL being the Galactic Football League. Check them out. The Rookie, The Starter, The All-Pro and MVP - last one not published yet.

  • Davis Emmanuel
    2019-05-11 00:21


  • Matt
    2019-04-23 03:06

    Awesome novella. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Chaiyal and Korak. Great fight.

  • Barry
    2019-05-10 00:07

    It's not football but it was an exciting very entertaining brutal read

  • nooker
    2019-04-24 02:02

    Awesome, messed up, great addition to the GFL universe.

  • Steve
    2019-04-23 07:03

    got sucked in and read this book again last night great story

  • Daryl
    2019-05-07 06:59

    the best gfl novella. action packed, and familiar characters makes this one a real winner.

  • Paul Preston
    2019-05-15 03:25

    Lots of great background story from in between The Rookie and The Starter. Must read for any Sigler Junkie.

  • Jeremy Daniels
    2019-05-04 01:16

    Great book. Wait till the end, such a ghastly move. Loved it. :-)

  • Shannon Scarborough
    2019-05-03 02:12

    Fun read