Biography(references)After losing four consecutive fights in the WEC, it was announced on October 20, 2009, that Curran had signed a two-fight contract with North American promotion Strikeforce. He made his debut for the organization as a part of the preliminary card on their November 7 event, Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Rogers, in Chicago, winning over Dustin Neace by submission in the first round. The film will be about his difficult road to try to make it back to the WEC after 4 consecutive losses to, at the time, top 5 fighters in his weight class. On April 29, 2013, it was announced that Resurrection Fighting Alliance next card would headline Jeff Curran and Sergio Pettis for the inaugural RFA flyweight championship. On January 28, 2014, it was announced that Curran would return from his retirement to fight for Titan Fighting Championship; he was to take on fellow UFC vet Iliarde Santos in April.
Fighter Trivia(references)Jeff and his wife Sarah have two sons, Ty and Jacob . Jeff opened up his own gym facility in 2018, where he was coaching Felice Herrig for her comeback but was forced to close it in 2020 due to financial complications resulting from COVID-19.
Awards & Accolades
Ironheart Crown: IHC Featherweight Championship (1 Time, First, Last)
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