“I will prove that he should have stayed at lightweight and not drop down. After the fight, he will regret having fallen down to featherweight. I’m adapted, I always fought here. We have to respect, but here is our world and we will show who we are.”
In a recent interview with, Brazilian Media outlet Tatame.com, the UFC’s dominant featherweight champion said he plans on making Anthony Pettis regret shifting divisions and challenging for his title.
The two men are set to square off at UFC 163 in August.