Found February 23, 2012 on
Anthony Pettis has seen Joe Lauzon come out firing before.
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Fourteen months ago, Anthony Pettis (Pictured) became an overnight sensation when he posterized Benson Henderson with his “Showtime kick” to capture the WEC lightweight crown. The 25-year-old was slated to parlay the sensational strike into a UFC title fight, but various factors prevented the championship affair from coming to fruition.
The immediate rematch that was arranged...
Anthony Pettis (14-2) vs. Joe Lauzon (21-6)
The last reigning WEC lightweight champion has yet to realize his full potential in the UFC, but that could be poised to change as the style of his opponent Saturday night will translate into a thrilling offering to kick off the pay-per-view card.
Pettis, 25, one of the lightweight division's brightest prospects, is coming off a...
Anthony Pettis propels himself off the cage and finishes Ben Henderson with a flying kick to the head. This is how the final Lightweight championship bout in the WEC went down. Pettis knocked out Henderson with one of the most exciting knockouts of all time. Pettis was promised a UFC title shot after that but as we all know it didn’t work that way. Edgar and Maynard needed to have...
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Japan for a stacked UFC 144 card at the Saitama Super Arena in Tokyo. The seven fight main pay-per-view card is headlined by Frankie Edgar defending his lightweight title against number-one contender Ben Henderson.
Anthony Pettis vs. Joe Lauzon
This is a great match-up to kick-off the main card as both fighters are dangerous and entertaining...