Barnes will serve as the main event for Legacy Fighting
Alliance 20 on Aug. 25.
The promotion on Tuesday announced the pairing along with six other
Moffett vs. Nate
Jennerman at featherweight; Kelly Kobold
Stanley at flyweight; Travis Perzynksi vs. Carl
Wittstock at lightweight; Bobby Lee vs. Ashkan
Morvari at lightweight; Jeff
Peterson vs. Brandon
Jenkins at lightweight and Mitch White
Wannemacher at bantamweight. The main card will be televised on
AXS-TV at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.
A native of Rochester, Minn., Curry is 9-1 as a professional. He
last appeared at LFA 12 on May 19, when he stopped Kyle Kurtz
in 59 seconds. Curry has finished all nine of his wins by knockout,
technical knockout or submission.
Barnes, meanwhile, is coming off a first-round submission of
Camozzi at Resurrection Fighting Alliance 43 on Sept. 9. The
San Diego native is 11-2 as a professional overall, with three wins
by KO/TKO and six via submission.