Carpe Diem! Anthony Pettis Granted Shot at UFC Featherweight Champ Jose Aldo


Ask and ye shall receive. That’s what Anthony Pettis did – he asked for a chance to drop to featherweight and challenge Jose Aldo for the UFC belt – and he was answered with a resounding, “Yes!” view original article >>
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