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Scot Jorgensen will welcome the returning bantamweight fighter Jeff Curran in a bout for the upcoming UFC 137: St-Pierre vs. Diaz.
Jeff Curan returns to UFC, with his upcoming first fight under the promotion being tough. According to sources, the newly signed bantamweight fighter will have to face former title contender – Scott Jorgensen – at the UFC 137: St-Pierre vs Diaz event this October.
In earlier reports, Jeff Curran signed to several fight deals under UFC. After he left with four-fight loss streak, Zuffa acquired WEC in 2010. Now that he’s back in the Octagon, Jeff Curran is jumping into the end of the bantamweight division.
On the other hand, former Boise State wrestler – Scott Jorgensen – returns at UFC 137 after annihilating Ken Stone at “The Ultimate Fighter 13″ finale. He hopes to have his second consecutive win when he faces Jeff Curran for the UFC 137 this October.View Article Source »
Jeff Curran gets a new foe, while Jamie Varner returns at the active MMA competition at XFO 39's main event.
Jeff “The Big Frog” Curran is set to face a new competitor in Xtreme Figthing Organization (XFO) 39 at Sears Center. He will fight Billy Vaughan, who was defeated in his first fight in March at Strikeforce against Jorge Gurgel. Jeff Curran’s original opponent was Joe Pearson who will not able to face him after a car incident happened.
Jeff Curran’s management said that he have to move up his weight class to 145 pounds from 135 in this fight. The former WEC title challenger has working out to be fit in 135 pounds, but this consequence has given him another adjustment to do.
Meanwhile, Jeff Curran and Joe Pearson’s bout will have co-main event which features former WEC lightweight champion, Jamie Varner, against Tyler Combs. Jamie Varner’s management said that he will give his best in this fight at XFO where he has signed a three-fight contract.View Article Source »
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