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News that Anthony Pettis was out with an injured knee is not new. What was left open to debate was how long the flashy fighter was going to be sidelined. Although his knee is serious, it does not require surgery and Pettis was stating that he would be back in fighting condition in three weeks. [...]
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With Anthony Pettis out for six weeks with a knee injury, TJ Grant better stay health because it’s official now, the “UFC 164: Henderson vs. Grant” event poster has been released and Grant’s mug is front and center.
He challenges reigning lightweight champion Benson Henderson for his crown August 31 inside Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
As depicted above, a heavyweight...
Welcome to the second edition of “All Five Rounds”, our weekly look back at some of the events, fighters, and headlines that no fight fan can afford to miss. Once again, it’s been a busy week filled with some fairly big fight announcements that have helped to chart the course of the UFC and several of the sport’s most talked about champions for the remainder of the calendar...