“A lot of things led to my cutting down to 145. I was tired of waiting for a 155-pound title shot. It’s not a permanent weight cut (to featherweight). But a striker like myself and Aldo, it doesn’t really matter what weight class it happens at. It’s going to be fireworks either way.”
UFC lightweight, turned featherweight title-challenger, Anthony Pettis recently sat down with the New York Post to discuss his drop down a division and what that means for his fighting future.