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Jeff Curran vs. Bryan Goldsby Bellator 14 slugfest available at

CHICAGO, Ill. (April 23, 2010) — The action-packed three-round Bellator 14 fight between up-and-coming Macon, Ga., product Bryan Goldsby and MMA legend Jeff Curran is now available for viewing in its entirety exclusively at

The fight, which was the Local Main Event at Bellator’s April 15th show at the historic Chicago Theatre, did not air as a part of that evening’s live FOX Sports Net broadcast, but provided a thrilling conclusion to the evening for those in attendance.

The fight also served as a coming out party of sorts for the 28-year-old Goldsby, who drew attention from talent evaluators and organizations around the country with his quickness, powerful striking and commanding ground game. At the same time, Curran, who was fighting in front of a hometown crowd, turned in yet another one of the tough and relentless performances that have made him a fan favorite over the course of his decade-long MMA career.

The fight went the distance before Goldsby was declared the winner by unanimous decision.

“In a season full of great fights, the Bellator 14 showdown between Bryan Goldsby and Jeff Curran was a another great watch,” said Bellator founder and CEO Bjorn Rebney. “Unfortunately, our fans around the country didn’t get to see it live. We are happy to be posting it online now so that everyone can enjoy it.”

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  • hindsightufuk says:

    yeah nice fight, thoroughly entertaining fare. Bryan Goldsby reminded me of jon jones at times with the flashy kicks, movement and throws, he was a pleasure to wacth. cant believe i never heard of him so i looked him up and he has a 50/50 record – 10-9-0
    i’d watch a card just to see him fight again. Jeff is a warrior too, love watching him fight, surprised he wasnt in the tournament, would have been good to see them both in the tournament as it goes.
    Bellator should make their shows longer so they can show more fights, 4 isnt enough

  • Guthookd says:

    Yeah, four is not enough. This one would have been great to get on the broadcast for exposure reasons. I think a few of the tournament fights went the distance…??

    Bryan Goldsby look very good. Curran thought he was going to get a quick win and ran into him.


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