Anthony Pettis to Undergo Surgery on His Broken Hands From the PFL Playoffs

After fracturing his left hand and right thumb in a lightweight playoff loss to Steven Ray at PFL 7, Anthony Pettis will be on the mend. The former lightweight champion of the UFC and WEC disclosed that he will need surgery to heal his injuries after posting photographs of his X-rays on Instagram.

On August 5, Pettis suffered a unanimous decision loss to Scottish UFC veteran Ray. Even if “Showtime” had won, he would not have been able to compete in the PFL Championship if he had lost the fight. Since joining the PFL, Pettis has gone 1-4, with his lone win coming against Myles Price on May 6 by way of first-round submission.

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Only seven wins and twelve losses have been recorded by the Roufusport legend since 2015. Pettis’ future in the PFL is uncertain at this time. Ray and Olivier Aubin-Mercier will go head-to-head for the lightweight title and $1 million in an upcoming event.

 

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Anthony Paul Pettis is a professional mixed martial artist who hails from the United States and was born on January 27, 1987. In the Professional Fighters League, he is now a member of the team. Pettis has competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in the featherweight, light heavyweight, and welterweight weight classes in the past.

A former UFC Lightweight Champion. In addition, Pettis held the title of WEC Lightweight Champion for the last time before the promotion was absorbed into the UFC. In addition to this, Pettis is the only man to have ever won a knockout match against Stephen Thompson. This gives him a unique status in the MMA world. Stay tuned with us only on Lee Daily

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