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Undefeated in Seven Pro Fights, Sergio Pettis Anxious to Join His Brother in the UFC

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Last month’s RFA show was supposed to be a coming out for Roufusport featherweightSergio “Phenom” Pettis, but an injury to his opponent forced him off the card.

Thankfully, Pettis was able to get onto the NAFC card the following week and showed no signs of a letdown as he defeated Josh Robinson via unanimous decision, raising his record to 7-0.

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Post #1   4/8/13 11:29:07PM   

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Personally I dont think Sergio is ready for the UFC

Post #2   4/9/13 7:20:58AM   

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Posted by sparky

Personally I dont think Sergio is ready for the UFC

He is because he's a flyweight.

Post #3   4/9/13 7:52:04AM   

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Maybe next season of tuf he will be in the house as a bantemweight

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Two fights ago, he should have lost a decision. Very questionable judging against Jimmy Jones, if I remember correctly.

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Posted by kopower

Two fights ago, he should have lost a decision. Very questionable judging against Jimmy Jones, if I remember correctly.



I dunno, I scored it 29-28 Pettis.

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Posted by kopower

Two fights ago, he should have lost a decision. Very questionable judging against Jimmy Jones, if I remember correctly.



I dunno, I scored it 29-28 Pettis.



I think it was Jones, but it could have been before that. I just remember the look on Sergio's opponents face, when the decision was read.

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Post #7   4/9/13 10:50:18AM   

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gotta learn some wrastlin

Post #8   4/9/13 11:40:36AM