Anthony Pettis Enters UFC Fight Night Boston Motivated After Previous Loss

by NESN Staff

January 13, 2016

Former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis is a changed man. He can still jump off the cage and kick someone in the head, can submit fighters who don?t make a habit of getting submitted, and, at 28, he may not even be in his prime yet.

Yet as he prepares his Sunday co-main event against Eddie Alvarez in Boston, he?s not the same person he was when he fought Rafael dos Anjos in March of 2015, a bout that cost him his 155-pound title.

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