As Anthony Pettis prepares to fight Donald Cerrone at UFC on Fox 6 in what is expected to be an all-out stand up war, "Showtime" guarantees that master MMA gameplanner, Greg Jackson -- who is Cerrone's trainer -- will call for a takedown first.
Despite a loss to Clay Guida in his Octagon debut, Anthony Pettis, who is now on a two-fight win streak, deserves to contend for Ben Henderson's newly-won UFC Lightweight Championship. He was able to take away his WEC title, now Pettis deserves to try it again in the UFC.
The UFC returned to Japan and set up shop in the Saitama Super Arena, a favorite haunt of PRIDE Fighting Championships. But instead of thinking of the defunct Japanese promotion, it was another folded company that everyone was thinking of at the end of the night.