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Pettis, forcé à l'inactivité pendant 2 mois

Anthony Pettis forcé à l'inactivité pour 7-8 semaines (genou)
Par Brett Okamoto, ESPN.com
"Une imagerie par résonance magnétique réalisée mardi a révélé que le combattant nouvellement couronné champion des poids légers de l'UFC, Anthony Pettis, souffre d'une entorse au genou droit."

"La blessure demandera sept ou huit semaines de convalescence selon ce qu'a révélé le président de l'UFC, Dana White.  Pendant ce temps, Pettis pourra penser à son prochain défi -- une défense de titre contre l'ancien aspirant numéro 1, TJ Grant."

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