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Titan FC Signs Dave Herman and Jeff Curran

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In what seems like a daily occurrence anymore, Titan FC has signed two more talented fighters to bolster their ever-growing roster. SciFighting has confirmed two more signings with Titan FC.

A few days ago, Titan announced the signing of former UFC fighters George Sotiropoulos and Iliarde Santos. The conveyer belt of new signings is still rolling as well.

Two of their new signees both have UFC experience in Jeff Curran and Dave Herman.

The first is Jeff Curran (34-16-1), a longtime MMA veteran who has fought in a multitude of MMA promotions including the UFC, WEC and Bellator. Curran doesn’t have an opponent to debut against but the 36-year-old will be a tough task for anyone in Titan’s lighter divisions. Curran has fought regularly in four different weight divisions from flyweight all the way up to lightweight. His last two fights were in separate divisions with his most recent being for the RFA bantamweight title. Unfortunately he lost that fight via split decision to Pedro Munhoz.

Curran announced his retirement following this bout but he has returned and will likely be highly motivated to get back in the win column.

Herman stormed in to the UFC with a 21-2 record and just one decision to his career. In his first fight for the promotion he TKO’d John Olav-Einemo at UFC 131. He then went on to drop four straight all by either knockout or submission to the likes of Stefan Struve, Roy Nelson, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Gabriel Gonzaga.

The next Titan FC is event is their 27th. It takes place on February 28th from Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas. It is headlined by a fight between Mike Ricci and Jorge Gurgel.

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