|Born||1981 (age 31–32)
Bishop Auckland, England
|Other names||The War|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Weight||155 lb (70 kg; 11.1 st)|
|Reach||73 in (190 cm)|
|Fighting out of||Bishop Auckland, England|
|Team||Wolfslair MMA Academy|
|Mixed martial arts record|
|Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog|
Mixed martial arts career
Warburton's most notable achievement in the domestic circuit is his 1–1–1 record against The Ultimate Fighter 9 Lightweight Winner Ross Pearson. The first two fights took place at the semi-professional level, at Total Combat (UK) 18 and 19, which resulted in a draw in their first bout (in November 2006) and a submission (armbar) victory for Pearson (in February 2007). Warburton would gain a measure of revenge in September 2007, when he was victorious via TKO (doctor stoppage) in the only bout to feature on both competitors' professional records.
In February 2009, Warburton was entered into the draw for the British Fighting Championship organisation, which was intended to be one of the top tournaments in England, in order to serve as a showground for the top domestic fighters to participate in a knockout style tournament. Warburton was drawn against top domestic prospect in Che Mills.
However, a few months later, just before the start of the organisation's tournaments, the organisation was forced to disband due to the lack of progress in securing a television deal and financial issues, which meant the Mills fight was scrapped. This failure led to Warburton, who signed a contract months in advance, failing to compete, which led to over a year's gap between fights for Warburton. He finally returned against Toon Van Thielen and was victorious via submission (guillotine choke).
Warburton's final pre-UFC fight was against Tom Maguire and Warburton was victorious via unanimous decision. This win won him the Strike and Submit Lightweight title.
Ultimate Fighting Championship
Warburton, along with Wolfslair team-mates Rob Broughton and Tom Blackledge joined the UFC. Shortly after joining the UFC, former opponent Ross Pearson gave Warburton a big endorsement of his skills, stating: "I expect big things from Curt, he's a good guy, he's a good friend now even if we have had three wars together." 
Next he faced Lee Wieczorek at BAMMA 10 on Sept. 15, 2012, where he continued his winning streak via unanimous decision to earn himself a BAMMA British Lightweight Title shot.
Warburton received that title shot against Stevie Ray on March 9, 2013 at BAMMA 12. He won the fight via unanimous decision to become the new BAMMA British Lightweight champion.
Mixed martial arts record
|Professional record breakdown|
|16 matches||12 wins||4 losses|
|Win||13-4||Wesley Murch||Submission (standing rear-naked choke)||Cage Warriors 62||7 December 2013||1||0:49||Newcastle, England||160 Lbs. Catchweight|
|Loss||12–4||Mansour Barnaoui||TKO (punches & elbows)||BAMMA 13: Night of Champions||14 September 2013||1||4:08||Birmingham, England||For vacant BAMMA World Lightweight Championship|
|Win||12–3||Stevie Ray||Decision (unanimous)||BAMMA 12: Walhead vs. Veach||9 March 2013||5||5:00||Newcastle upon Tyne, England||Won the BAMMA British Lightweight Championship|
|Win||11–3||Lee Wieczorek||Decision (unanimous)||BAMMA 10: Sinclair vs. Winner||15 September 2012||3||5:00||London, England|
|Win||10–3||Declan Larkin||Submission (triangle armbar)||Total Combat 46||10 March 2012||1||1:04||Spennymoor, England|
|Win||9–3||Artur Sowiński||Submission (arm-triangle choke)||KSW 18||25 February 2012||2||3:03||Płock, Poland|
|Win||8–3||Tim Newman||Decision (unanimous)||BAMMA 8: Manuwa vs. Rea||10 December 2011||3||5:00||Birmingham, England|
|Loss||7–3||Joe Lauzon||Submission (triangle kimura)||UFC Live: Kongo vs. Barry||26 June 2011||1||1:58||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Win||7–2||Maciej Jewtuszko||Decision (unanimous)||UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch||27 February 2011||3||5:00||Sydney, Australia|
|Loss||6–2||Spencer Fisher||Decision (unanimous)||UFC 120: Bisping vs. Akiyama||16 October 2010||3||5:00||London, England|
|Win||6–1||Tom Maguire||Decision (unanimous)||Strike and Submit 12||4 October 2009||3||5:00||Gateshead, England|
|Win||5–1||Toon Van Thielen||Submission (guillotine choke)||OMMAC 1 - Assassins||8 August 2009||1||1:34||Liverpool, England|
|Loss||4–1||Will Burke||Submission (armbar)||MMA Total Combat 24||31 May 2008||1||1:00||Durham, England|
|Win||4–0||Jamie McKenzie||TKO (punches)||MMA Total Combat 23||23 February 2008||1||4:20||Durham, England|
|Win||3–0||Ross Pearson||TKO (doctor stoppage)||MMA Total Combat 21||22 September 2007||1||N/A||Durham, England|
|Win||2–0||Ian Margerison||TKO (punches)||MMA Total Combat 21||22 September 2007||1||2:43||Durham, England|
|Win||1–0||Mark Mills||TKO (punches)||Ultimate Force 5||19 May 2007||1||3:42||Doncaster, England|
- "Ross Pearson expects big things of UFC debutant Curt Warburton".
- "Spencer Fisher signs four-fight deal, meets newcomer Kurt Warburton at UFC 120". mmajunkie.com. July 5, 2010.
- "Verbal agreements in place for Curt Warbuton vs. Maciej Jewtuszko at UFC 127". mmajunkie.com. 3 December 2010. Retrieved 3 December 2010.
- "Joe Lauzon Draws Curt Warburton at UFC on Versus 4 in Pittsburgh". MMAWeekly.com. 11 April 2011.