Anthony Pettis remains hospitalized for precautionary reasons following an attack of cellulitis that sparked concerns about his fighting future.
Trainer Duke Roufus on Wednesday told MM...
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.
UFC lightweight champion Anthony “Showtime” Pettis has reportedly suffered a knee, although it doesn’t appear serious enough to force him out of the first scheduled defense of his title.
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.
Check out the UFC 164 Fight Highlights Video of Benson Henderson vs. Anthony Pettis. UFC 164 took place Saturday, Aug. 31, at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.
Check out the video highlights as Anthony Pettis took Benson Henderson's lightweight title in the main event of UFC 164.
Getting ready to watch UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson put his belt on the line against Anthony Pettis at UFC 164 on Saturday night? Check out the first time they met.
At World Extreme Cagefighting's final event, WEC 53 in December 2010, Anthony Pettis, with the help of his instantly legendary "Showtime Kick" off the cage, took Benson Henderson's title.