Bellator has had some pretty darn good homegrown fighters who grew into killers over the years, and among that elite group is Pat Curran.
Back when Bjorn Rebney ran things and the organization was built on tournaments, Curran owned as a lightweight, and when the format shifted under Scott Coker, Curran has been a top featherweight – even reigning as king for a while.
Curran hits the cage again at Bellator 814 to take on John Teixeira. Teixeira is good, but so is Curran. How good?
Here’s a little reminder: