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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 MMAjunkie.com that he's waiting to pick the fighter up from an area hospital and estimates the two will train next week at Roufusport Academy in Milwaukee.
A proposed fight between Pettis and Donald Cerrone in January hasn't technically been booked, he said, but shouldn't be hindered by the mishap.
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- 2 months ago
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While the UFC’s 155-pound division is bottlenecked until Anthony Pettis defends the belt against Gilbert Melendez in December, the war of "next" in that class has had plenty of plot twists. Reigning lightweight champ Eddie Alvarez will make Octagon debut at UFC 178 on Sept. 27 against Donald Cerrone, who has won four in a row (all finishes). The winner of that fight will have to be in consideration to take on the winner of Melendez-Pettis. Then there’s Rafael dos Anjos, who just became the first read news >>
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 Junkie, UFC Tagged: Anthony Pettis, Benson Henderson, Clay Guida, Frankie Edgar, Josh (...) read news >>
Glenn Robinson, the manager of suspended light heavyweight Anthony "Rumble" Johnson, remains optimistic regarding a return to the organization. After his wins over Phil Davis and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira in his UFC return this year, Anthony "Rumble" Johnson went from UFC washout to one of the scariest fighters in the organization. He may have been only one win away from a UFC light heavyweight title fight when he was suspended last month after it was revealed domestic abuse allegations were file read news >>
While reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight kingpin Jose Aldo still has to get through Chad Mendes at UFC 179 this weekend in Brazil (more on that here), he still hasn't forgotten about the time lightweight champion Anthony Pettis challenged him to a 145-pound "super fight" -- only to later back out. Perhaps if "Showtime" can get past Gilbert Melendez in December, the Aldo vs. Pettis chatter can regain some momentum. Unless, of course, a certain "Notorious" Irishman crashes read news >>
- 2 months ago
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"The Eagle" also wants to take on Donald Cerrone in his comeback fight to silence "Cowboy" for running his mouth. Is having a high-powered striking attack enough to beat an undefeated mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter? Not according to Khabib Nurmagomedov, who says current Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion, Anthony Pettis, is lacking in wrestling -- and defense -- to pose any kind of a threat to him or his mint MMA record (22-0, 6-0 UFC). That's why Khabib -- who considers read news >>
UFC Tonight provided an update on lightweight Khabib Nurmagomedov’s knee injury and why he intends to face champion Anthony Pettis in the near future. While it is common knowledge that Khabib Nurmagomedov is currently rehabilitating a torn meniscus in his right knee, few are aware that he was trying to complete the process on his own dime in Russia. MMAFighting.com's Ariel Helwani revealed on UFC Tonight that once UFC officials were aware of the situation, they flew the undefeated competitor to read news >>
Gustafsson vs. Rumble? The Swede says he's ready in January and it's all up to the UFC to make it happen. There are two burning questions concerning the light heavyweight division. One is centered around whether or not Alexander Gustafsson (16-2) will take his title shot against the winner of Jon Jones/Daniel Cormier or risk losing his guaranteed spot altogether by taking another fight. The other surrounds the next bout for Anthony Johnson (18-4), who is 2-0 in his UFC return and has darted up t read news >>
The UFC’s debut in the Canadian city of Halifax in Nova Scotia looks to be complete with the addition of a new lightweight bout between Daron Cruickshank and Anthony Njokuani.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>
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UFC’s return to Australia is not official yet, but it has its first bout already. Sydney’s own Anthony Perosh will be making his return to the Octagon against Brazilian striker Guto Inocente, who returns to the light heavyweight following his UFC debut as a heavyweight. Inocente confirmed the news to MMAFighting.com. UFC Fight Night 55 is expected to take place in Sydney, Australia, on Nov. 8, but the fight card has yet to be officially announced by the promotion. On the same day, UFC Fight Nigh read news >>