UFC middleweight Chris Curtis has competed in a number of weight classes throughout his professional career, but hopes his current division remains his home from here on out. As he did in his Dana White’s Contender Series appearance and PFL stint, Curtis (30-10 MMA, 4-2 UFC) competed at welterweight in his final bout before getting the long-awaited call from the UFC. What made the deal even sweeter was that he was signed to compete at middleweight, which meant he didn’t have to struggle before fighting high-level opposition. Although he could make the weight class if he absolutely needed to, Curtis hopes his days at welterweight are done.
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