Watch the UFC 177 Fight Club Q&A featuring lightweight champ Anthony Pettis and bantamweight contender Urijah Faber Video Replay.
The news broke during the UFC 177 Q&A that Renan Barao was out of the main event following weight cutting issues. Anthony Pettis and Urijah
Watch the UFC 177 Fight Club Q&A featuring lightweight champ Anthony Pettis and bantamweight contender Urijah Faber streaming live on Friday at 5 p.m. ET.
UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis says he expects to defend his belt against Gilbert Melendez on Dec. 6.
UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis has become the latest fighter to in a deal with global fitness brand Reebok.
Wheaties announced on Tuesday that Pettis is the latest athlete to be named to "Team Wheaties," the exclusive set of athletes associated with the popular
The UFC lightweight title bout between champion Anthony Pettis and Gilbert Melendez will take place on the UFC’s year-end event in December.
Watch the UFC 171 Fight Club Q & A featuring lightweight champion Anthony Pettis streaming live from the South Side Ballroom at Gilley's Dallas on
Watch as current UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis explains his infamous Showtime Kick with a step-by-step breakdown of how to set it up and launch
Gilbert Melendez has agreed to re-sign with the UFC and will coach the 20th season of The Ultimate Fighter opposite UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis,
UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis is "recovering fabulously" from his December knee surgery, but a superfight with featherweight champ Jose Aldo is not likely to
While talk about Jose Aldo vs. Anthony Pettis has centered around the two meeting for the UFC lightweight championship, but Pettis says the fight doesn't
The potential match-up between current UFC featherweight champion José Aldo and lightweight champ Anthony Pettis won't happen at any weight other than 155 pounds, UFC
UFC president Dana White, featherweight champion José Aldo, and lightweight champion Anthony Pettis all see eye to eye and are aiming to make a super-fight.
Former UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson says he made a minor mistake in loss to Anthony Pettis, has learned from it, and it won't happen
Doctors told UFC lightweight champ Anthony Pettis to expect being out for six to eight months, but he told UFC Tonight he is targeting a
UFC lightweight champion Anthony "Showtime" Pettis had knee surgery on Thursday. Things seem to have went well. Pettis even posted this hospital-selfie.
UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis is expected to be out six to eight months following his scheduled Dec. 12 knee surgery and hopes to fight
UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis received a Letter of Commendation from the Governor of Wisconsin on Monday.
UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis is sidelined with a knee injury and confirmed he will go under the knife in December.
Anthony Pettis didn’t come to UFC 167 to fight, but all the tension of a fight was there just like he was ready to scrap.
An injury to Anthony Pettis has forced the UFC lightweight champion out of his Dec. 14 UFC on Fox 9 title defense against Josh Thomson.
UFC lightweight champion Anthony “Showtime” Pettis has reportedly suffered a knee, although it doesn’t appear serious enough to force him out of the first scheduled
The Paradise Warrior Retreat will return to Southern California on October 12th after four years of absence to put on one of its most star
Anthony Pettis at the press conference held for UFC on FOX 9 at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, Calif., on Oct. 3, 2013.
Check out this view from the crowd as Anthony Pettis and Josh Thomson square off at the UFC on Fox 9 press conference in Sacramento.
Josh Thomson has been anxiously awaiting his next opponent on his return trip to the UFC, and now he’s got it... UFC lightweight champion Anthony
UFC president Dana White is targeting Anthony Pettis vs. T.J. Grant as the UFC on Fox 9 main event, while Urijah Faber vs. Michael McDonald
The updated MMAWeekly.com World MMA Rankings were released on Saturday, Sept. 7. Anthony Pettis took top honors in the lightweight division.
UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis suffered a Grade 2 sprain of his left knee, according to UFC president Dana White.