The summer of injuries has now touched Bellator Fighting Championships as well.
Pat Curran will make the first defense of his Bellator featherweight title when he faces Patricio Pitbull later this summer at Bellator 73.
Pat Curran has proven he's one of the top featherweights in the world with his recent winning streak, but does that land him just behind
Fighter turned politician Chris Lytle and Bellator champ Pat Curran stop by MMAWeekly Radio on Tuesday along with plenty of debate topics in the Sixth
At Bellator 60 on Friday night, the upstart promotion crowned a new featherweight champion as Pat Curran knocked out Joe Warren to capture the belt.
Just four years into his career and Pat Curran has gone from a near miss to strapping a championship belt around his waist.
After succeeding as a lightweight in Bellator, Pat Curran feels comfortable back down at featherweight. He challenges champion Joe Warren Friday night at Bellator 60.
After a break to start the week, MMAWeekly Radio is back with a big show for Tuesday with UFC flyweight Ian McCall as well as
Bellator Season 5 Featherweight Tournament winner Pat Curran has been anxiously awaiting a date with champion Joe Warren... and now he has one.
An injury to Patricio 'Pitbull' Freire has opened up a slot for Pat Curran to step in and face Bellator featherweight champ Joe Warren in
Pat Curran won the Bellator Summer Series Featherweight Tournament at Bellator 48 on Saturday night with a thunderous knockout of Marlon Sandro. Check out the
Clay Guida, Pat Curran, and Houston Alexander highlight this week's episode of MMAWeekly Radio Weekend Edition.
In front of a sold out crowd, Bellator made its international debut from Casino Rama in Ontario on Saturday night. Featherweights Pat Curran and Marlon
Coming off of a loss to Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez, Pat Curran is going to make a move... back down to the featherweight division.
Eddie Alvarez will make the first defense of his lightweight championship on Saturday night at Bellator 39. His opponent, Pat Curran, had better come to
Eddie Alvarez will finally get to defend his Bellator lightweight title, and last season's tournament winner Pat Curran will finally get his shot.
The MMAWeekly.com MMA Insider Blog provides some of the interesting information and media about your favorite fighters from the UFC, WEC, Strikeforce, Dream, and other
Bellator Fighting Championships has filled the final slot for their upcoming lightweight tournament with the addition of Pat Curran, cousin of former WEC featherweight Jeff
Pat Curran won in the main event of this past weekend's XFO 31, an all day MMA show in Illinois, promoted by WEC fighter Jeff
Although he's just 28 years of age, Patricio "Pitbull" Freire has shifted the focus of his training, entering Bellator 145 in perhaps the best form
Reno, Nevada's own Paige VanZant made her Octagon debut at UFC Fight Night 57, looking to upset the undefeated streak of Hawaii's Kailin Curran.
RFA and DREAM veteran Abel Cullum steps in for the injured Jeff Curran to give RFA 19 a new co-main event.
Patricio "Pitbull" Freire took home the featherweight title with a unanimous decision win against Pat Curran at Bellator 123 on Friday night. Check out the
Bellator 123 is set to kick off the promotion's eleventh season featuring a featherweight title bout between champion Pat Curran and challenger Patricio "Pitbull" Freire.
Check out the Bellator 123 weigh-ins streaming live Thursday at 5 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. PT from the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Conn.,
Check out the Bellator 123 Countdown to Curran vs. Pitbull 2, featuring an in-depth look at Friday night's fights.
Bellator 123 lands at the Mohegan Sun on Sept. 5, featuring Pat Curran, Patricio Pitbull Freire, King Mo Lawal, Cheick Kongo and Bobby Lashley.
On the latest Majority Draw Radio, hosts Ryan McKinnell and Danny Acosta discuss Johny Hendricks vs. Robbie Lawler, Pat Curran vs. Daniel Straus, and Acosta
Bellator 103 took place at the Kansas Star Arena on Friday night with the featherweight tournament semifinals taking center stage.
Fighting for $45 and a t-shirt, recently retired mixed martial artist Jeff Curran is one fighter that has truly earned the moniker of pioneer.