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Pettis Out Up to Two Months

Anthony Pettis out 7-8 weeks (knee)
By Brett Okamoto, ESPN.com
"Newly crowned UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis has been diagnosed with a sprained right knee, following an MRI the fighter underwent on Tuesday.

"The injury will require seven to eight weeks of rehabilitation, according to UFC president Dana White. In the meantime, Pettis can already start thinking of his next challenge -- a title defense against No. 1 contender, TJ Grant."

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