UFC lightweight contender Anthony Pettis will cut to featherweight to challenge 145-pound champion Jose Aldo.
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...
Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone makes no bones about it that he wants to fight in his hometown of Denver at UFC 150, and why not face fellow WEC veteran Anthony Pettis?
Anthony Pettis may not be getting the next crack at the UFC lightweight title, but he's not going anywhere but on a hunt for the next best challenge at 155lbs.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship on Saturday announced that UFC 163 will take place on Aug. 3 in Rio de Janerio, Brazil.
Jose Aldo’s jump to lightweight could come sooner rather than later.
Shifting gears, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo has decided to defend his belt against Anthony Pettis.
The UFC recently announced Anthony Pettis would drop down to 145 pounds to challenge featherweight champ Jose Aldo, but now Aldo is refusing to fight Pettis.