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Jeff Curran Has High Hopes To Leave RFA 9 As Bantamweight Champion

Posting a 34-15 record, Jeff Curran has at last found his way back into the title picture. He takes on Pedro Munhoz for the Resurrection Fighting Alliance (RFA) bantamweight title.

“In November, it’ll be 17 years for me of fighting,” said Curran on MMA Junkie Radio. “I need that moment, that re-inspiration to feel good about myself and that I’m on the right track and can still hang on the high levels. I feel like I can. I know I can when I gauge myself with the up-and-comers in my school.”

Curran has been in pretty much every major promotion there is. He once earned a title shot in the WEC, but couldn’t take the belt. Following a pair of UFC losses and release, Curran got his first victory this year.

Munhoz is 8-0 and submitted his last four. It will be his third appearance for RFA.

RFA 9 is August 16 at the StubHub Center in Los Angeles, CA. A six fight main card airs live on AXS TV.