After making his octagon debut in at UFC 268 in November with an upset of Phil Hawes, Curtis did it again on SaturdayвЂ™s card at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas when he finished Brendan Allen for a second-round TKO.
Following a back-and-forth opening round, Top Site Info Curtis (28-8 MMA, Top Site Info 2-0 UFC) rocked Allen (18-5 MMA, 5-2 UFC) with a right hook in the second frame of the middleweight bout. He showed strong finishing instincts, as he walked Allen down and landed more shots before dropping his opponent and forcing Herb Dean to wave it off at the 1:58 mark of Round 2.
Curtis retired from MMA twice before returning in 2021, and itвЂ™s been the best year of his career.HeвЂ™s 6-0 overall this year, and said his self-confidence is better than ever.
вЂњIвЂ™ve been doing this for a long time,вЂќ Curtis said in his post-fight interview with Daniel Cormier. вЂњI donвЂ™t have a sterling record. IвЂ™m a dog. Everyone dismissed me. Brendan dismissed me. Phil did a little bit too. I donвЂ™t need anyone to believe in me.вЂќ
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