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PLAYERS: Anthony Pettis
After UFC 164, there’s a new UFC Lightweight champion, and his name is Anthony “Showtime” Pettis. Three years ago he took Benson “Smooth” Henderson’s WEC title in the waning seconds of a five-round fight with the now infamous “Showtime kick” that looked like a ninja had been unleashed into the cage. This time it took less […]The post UFC 164: Henderson Falls And Showtime Rises Again appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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