Catch WEC Lightweight Contender Anthony Pettis on Tonight's Episode Of MTV's 'World of Jenks'

Top lightweight contender Anthony Pettis will be featured on tonight's episode of MTV's 'World of Jenks.' While the only show I watch on that dredge of human suffering they call a channel usually involves teenage parents screaming at each other, I've always had a soft spot in my heart for indie style documentary film making. MTV isn't exactly indie, but the subject matter being focused on has been pretty interesting so far. From a rapper to an adult with autism, and even a 'house-less' girl trying to make it in the pacific northwest, Jenks' subjects make for some pretty interesting viewing in an otherwise black hole of MTV terrible.

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Tonight we get an insight into Anthony Pettis' personal reality in the days leading up to his fight with Danny Castillo at WEC 47 in Columbus, Ohio back in March.

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Pettis, who trains out of Roufusport under Duke Roufus in Milwaukee, is also surrounded with talented fighters like Pat Barry, Matt Mitrione, Eric Schafer, Alan Belcher, and Ben Askren. Barry looks to be featured as Pettis' primary cornerman in the MTV previews, so fans of 'Hype or Die' should make sure to check it out. 

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Catch the episode tonight on MTV at 10 p.m. ET/PT

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