UFC lightweight contender Anthony Pettis will cut to featherweight to challenge 145-pound champion Jose Aldo.
Anthony Pettis is injured and out of the UFC 163 headlining title fight with UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo. Chan Sung Jung has already agreed to take his place.
A knee injury UFC lightweight champ Anthony Pettis suffered in his title-winning fight against Benson Henderson never fully healed, his trainer today told MMAjunkie.Filed under: Only on Junk...
An injury to Anthony Pettis has forced the UFC lightweight champion out of his Dec. 14 UFC on Fox 9 title defense against Josh Thomson.
T.J. Grant's medical woes have yet to be resolved, and he will not face Anthony Pettis at UFC on FOX 9.
Jose Aldo doesn't appreciate the suggestion that he might be afraid of fighting Anthony Pettis. In fact, Aldo said he's not even afraid of fighting heavyweight champ Cain Velasquez.
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo may have suffered a broken foot in the first round of his UFC 163 title fight with "The Korean Zombie," Chan Sung Jung.
What did it take to change Jose Aldo's mind in agreeing to grant Anthony Pettis a title shot? Simply a title shot of his own if he should win.
Aldo has no grounds to refuse the Aug. 3 bout, and his title is in danger of being stripped.
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, “Y...