Anthony Pettis wants to add another title to his accolade-filled career. The former WEC and UFC lightweight champion already has accomplished plenty in his illustrious career, but “Showtime” wants to conquer one more organization. Pettis (24-12) debuted for the PFL in 2021, but his campaign was cut short when he dropped back-to-back decisions to Clay Collard and eventual lightweight season winner Raush Manfio. To kick off this year, Pettis meets Myles Price on Friday at 2022 PFL 3 in Arlington, Texas

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PFL’s Anthony Pettis: Winning title in third organization will cement my legacy – MMA Junkie

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