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TOKYO - As Anthony Pettis looks a few spots above his name on UFC 144's fight card, he knows it could be he - not Benson Henderson - fighting for the UFC lightweight title in Saturday's main event. Fourteen months after defeating Henderson in the WEC's final event, Pettis now watches his former foe taking a headlining slot in a championship bout on a huge UFC event. But rather than regret or jealousy, Pettis said it simply provides motivation as he prepares for his UFC 144 bout with fellow

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