Ryan Curtis vs Bryan Creighton Announced For Probellum 2 September Card

Ryan Curtis (5-2) will face Bryan Creighton (10-8) in a flyweight bout on the Probellum 2 card on Saturday 5th September, as announced by Probellum MMA on social media earlier today.

The event was originally scheduled to take place on Saturday 1st August, but it was rescheduled to September “due to issues out of our control,” per a Probellum Instagram post.

Curtis last fought under the Brave CF promotional banner in November 2019 when he lost via 1st-round submission to now-debuted UFC fighter Amir Albazi. Prior to his appearance at Brave CF 29, “Chaos” competed on BAMMA and Bellator shows, his most notable performance coming against Luis Gonzalez, whom Curtis impressively dispatched with a devastating knee in round 1. 

Creighton is a former BAMMA and Cage Warriors veteran who has previously faced Irish fighters Damien Rooney, Darren O’Gorman and Andy Young. “The Big Bad Wolf” snapped a two-fight losing streak when he defeated then 0-36 Reece Street for the second time at Probellum 1 via guillotine choke. 

Probellum also announced that Team KF’s Konrad Iwanowski (7-4) will take on undefeated English prospect Justin Burlinson (5-0) in a welterweight contest on the same card. 

Probellum 2 will begin at 6pm on Saturday 5th September in an undisclose location behind closed door. Fans can purchase the card for £9.99 at www.mmatv.co.uk

Andy Stevenson is a writer for SevereMMA.