Brendan Allen vs. Chris Curtis Head to Head Record

Last Modified Apr 7, 2024 06:59 GMT
Brendan Allen vs. Chris Curtis Head to Head Record
Brendan Allen vs. Chris Curtis [Image via @actionman513 on Instagram]


Brendan Allen vs. Chris Curtis was a mixed martial arts middleweight clash promoted and organized by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). This fight was scheduled as the main event of UFC Fight Night 240 on April 6, 2024. Chris Curtis, who maintains a record of 31 wins, 11 losses, and 1 no-contest (31-10-0 (1NC)), made his 9th appearance in the UFC, squaring off against Brendan Allen, the former LFA middleweight champion, who holds a record of 24 wins and 5 losses (23-5-0). Allen won the fight via a split decision after 5 rounds.


In his last fight, Curtis squared off against Marc-André Barriault at UFC 297 and won the bout via a split decision. On the other hand, Brendan Allen, the #6 ranked middleweight, faced Paul Craig in his last fight and won via submission in the third round. Both fighters have previously fought each other at UFC on ESPN: Font vs. Aldo on December 4, 2021. Curtis emerged the victor from that bout via a TKO in 2nd round.



Brendan Allen vs. Chris Curtis Tale of the Tape


StatsBrendan AllenChris Curtis
MMA Record24-5-031-11-0 (1NC)
UFC Ranking (Middleweight)614
Last FightWinWin
NationalityAmericanAmerican
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight185 lb (84 kg)185 lb (84 kg)
Reach75 in75 in
Leg Reach42 in40 in
Striking Accuracy54%51%
Takedown Accuracy47%0%
Takedown Defense58%92%
Win Streak (Active)70
MMA Debut20152009


Brendan Allen Record

Brendan Allen maintains a professional MMA record of 24 wins and 5 losses (24-5-0). Allen made his professional debut in 2015 and has racked up wins over opponents like Bruno Silva and Paul Craig. Among his wins, 5 were achieved by knockouts, 14 via submissions, and 5 by decisions.


29 matches24 wins5 losses
By knockout52
By submission141
By decision52

Chris Curtis Record

Chris Curtis holds a respectable MMA record of 31 wins and 11 losses with 1 no-contest (31-11-0 (1NC)). Of his victories, 17 came via knockout, 1 by submitting his opponent, and 13 by decisions.


43 matches31 wins11 losses
By knockout171
By submission11
By decision138
No contests1




*Last updated on April 7, 2024.

FAQs

A. Brendan Allen vs. Chris Curtis took place on April 6, 2024, on UFC Fight Night 240.


A. Brendan Allen vs. Chris Curtis took place at the UFC Apex Facility in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.


A. Brendan Allen holds an MMA record of 24-5-0 and is currently #6 in the middleweight rankings.


A. Chris Curtis holds an MMA record of 31 wins and 11 losses with 1 no-contest in 43 fights (31-11-0 (1NC)).


A. Brendan Allen is an American national.


A. Chris Curtis was part of the PFL and XMMA rosters before signing with the UFC.


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