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December 23, 2020
It didn’t take long Anthony Pettis To find a new promotional home.
Announced that he broke up with the UFC To become a free agent, “Showtime” has signed a contract with the Profighters League. ESPN
First reported the news, and the PFL confirmed the signature shortly thereafter.
Petis will be competing in the lightweight promotion as part of the 2021 season. The PFL has canceled the 2020 campaign due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic, but will resume it in April next year. PFL’s latest £ 155 champion
Nathan SchulteWho pointed out Loik Radzhabov Schulte was also the PFL Lightweight Champion in 2018. The PFL will award $ 1 million to each weight class champion at the end of the season.
Petis ended his tenure at the UFC with a series of decision wins. Donald Cerrone And Alex MoronoAlthough both of these wins were £ 170.Rufusport Star after defeating Morono
Revealed plan To return to the light weight he was once the champion.
“The 170-year-old man is a big guy. It’s a different beast than the 155. The reason I wasn’t in the 155 is pure laziness,” Pettis said. “I was fat outside the Octagon and didn’t care that I had to care about my career. I did some of the human lessons like clubs, party scenes, and all the food that accompanies it. I was doing. I cleared that part of my life.
“I keep my life outside the Octagon very straight. I know I can go down to 155 and be comfortable.”
– MMA Sports
Anthony Pettis signs with Profighters League to compete for light weight
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