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Bellator featherweight champion “Pitbull” Freire admits to injuring himself during Bellator promo shoot

The Bellator featherweight title has been changing hands a lot as of late, and the newly minted title holder is Patricio “Pitbull” Freire. Pitbull won the belt via unanimous decision against bitter rival and former champion Pat Curran last weekend at Bellator 123. Now that he is the champion, Pitbull recently opened up explaining that his latest training camp was one of his worst...
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Bellator 123 Curran vs. Pitbull 2

Uncasville, Conn: On Friday September 5 from Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville Conn, the Stars of Bellator MMA took center stage to begin the 11th season of Bellator MMA. The Headline fight for Bellator 123 was the Featherweight Title fight between Patricio Pitbul vs. Pat Curran in the Rematch. This card also featured the Return of Muhammed “King […]
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Bellator 123 Curran vs Pitbull quick results

 Bellator MMA returns tonight live and free on Spike TV from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut with Scott Coker’s first offering as Bellator president. In the main event of Bellator 123, reigning Bellator featherweight champion Pat Curran looks to defend his title against the uber dangerous Patricio “Pitbull” Freire in a rematch of their title fight at Bellator...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Pat Curran Forced To Pull Out Of Bellator 121 Title Defense

Pat Curran regained the Bellator featherweight title in March and was looking forward to the rematch with Patricio Freire. The featherweight champion is going to have to wait a little bit longer for the fight. Bellator announced late last night that Curran suffered a severe right calf strain in training and is out of Bellator 121 main event against Freire on June 6 at Winstar World...
Via Between The Ropes
May 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Curran vs. Straus III Headlines Bellator 112

The Bellator Featherweight Title will once again be on the line in one of the biggest rematches of 2014 as reigning Bellator Featherweight Champion Daniel Straus defends his crown against former Bellator Champion and Crystal Lake, Illinois native Pat Curran on Friday, March 14th from Chicago’s Horseshoe Casino live on Spike TV at Bellator 112. […]
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January 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Pat Curran vs Daniel Straus III Headlines Bellator 112

Bellator last week announced they will be returning on March 7. They now have released their second event and it features one of their stars. In a rematch for the Bellator featherweight title, champion Daniel Straus will Pat Curran for a third time at Bellator 112. The two battled the first in the XFO regional promotion in 2009 with Curran winning by second round knockout. In the...
Via Between The Ropes
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Bellator 95: Pat Curran Quickly Chokes Shahbulat Shamhalaev Unconscious (Video)

Pat Curran (pictured) wasn’t interested in mingling inside Bellator’s circular cage on Thursday night. It took the reigning featherweight champ less than three minutes to submit Shahbulat Shamhalaev in the show’s featured contest. Curran’s guillotine choke came at 2:38 in the opening round. His win was officially a technical submission because his opponent was put to sleep...
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April 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Harrah’s Tunica Hosts Bellator 73 on August 24th headlined by Jeff Curran vs. Patricio “Pitbull” Freire Featherweight Title Fight

After capturing the Bellator Featherweight Championship with one of the most devastating knockouts in Bellator history, Pat Curran is set for his first title defense when he takes on top world ranked Patricio Pitbull at Bellator 73 on August 24th from Harrah’s Tunica Hotel and Casino in Tunica Resorts, Mississippi. The night will be full of action packed fights including the Finals...
Via BoneSnapper.com
June 22, 2012  |  Discuss

This Violent Moment: Pat Curran obliterates the self proclaimed "Baddest Man on the Planet"

The Venue at Horseshoe Casino was the setting for what may go down as the most violent mixed martial arts moment of 2012. Pat Curran stripped the self proclaimed "Baddest Man on the Planet" Joe Warren of his Bellator Featherweight title, and he may have even taken what was left of his soul in the process. Pat "Paddy Mike" Curran utilized his full arsenal of...
Via hov-mma
March 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Pat Curran’s KO of Joe Warren at Bellator 60 (Video)

Two time tournament winner Pat Curran captured the Bellator featherweight championship with a third round knockout of Joe Warren. The highly entertaining bout saw Warren try to set the pace as he continually looked to take the fight to the ground on the strength of his world class wrestling. However, the stronger Curran was able to defend most of the takedown attempts while also...
Via MMA Interplay
March 10, 2012  |  Discuss
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