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Sergio Pettis, the undefeated younger brother of lightweight champion Anthony Pettis has officially signed with the UFC. The 9-0 fighter will make his debut at bantamweight against Vaughan Lee at the UFC’s 20th anniversary show.
And the rumors are true: 9-0 bantamweight @SergioPettis has signed with the UFC, will face @VaughanLoveLee at #UFC167
— UFC (@ufc) October 1, 2013
The 20-year-old is coming off a submission victory over James Porter on the North American Fighting Championship event in Milwaukee. It was his ninth career victory since turning professional in 2011. He holds three TKO/KO wins, three submissions and three decision victories and is a veteran of the RFA organization. While he generally competed at flyweight, he will be making his UFC debut in his new home at bantamweight.
Lee is 2-3 since joining the UFC with losses to Chris Cariaso, T.J. Dillashaw and Raphael Assuncao. The 30-year-old Englishman is 13-9 overall in his MMA career and is certainly an experienced v...
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The younger Pettis will make his big league debut against Vaughn Lee at UFC 167.
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Sergio Pettis (9-0, pictured right), the younger brother of current UFC Lightweight Champion Anthony Pettis (17-2), has just signed with the UFC and will make his debut at UFC 167 on November 16th, with Combate first reporting the news. While it is currently unknown who will be his opponent for his first bout inside […]
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The UFC announced the signing of Sergio Pettis who is the younger brother of lightweight champion Anthony Pettis. The Pettis brothers now join a long list of brothers who have competed in the UFC. Sergio is undefeated in his career with a 9-0 record and...
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