Anthony Pettis Net Worth

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Anthony Pettis net worth:
$3 Million

Anthony Pettis net worth: Anthony Pettis is an American mixed martial artist who has a net worth of $3 million. Anthony Pettis was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in January 1987. He has competed as a welterweight, lightweight, and featherweight. Pettis made his professional MMA debut in January 2007 with a win over Tom Ersparmer. He won the GFS Lightweight Championship from Sherron Leggett in June 2008. Anthony Pettis had the Knockout of the Night over Danny Castillo in March 2010. He had the Submission of the Night in a win over Shane Roller in August 2010 and won the WEC Lightweight Championship in the Fight of the Night in December 2010. He made his UFC debut in a loss to Clay Guida in June 2011 as part of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Lesnar vs Team dos Santos. Pettis had Knockouts of the Night in February 2012 over Joe Lauzon and January 2013 defeating Donald Cerrone. He won the UFC Lightweight Championship and had the Submission of the Night over Benson Henderson in August 2013. Anthony Pettis had the Performance of the Night in December 2014 over Gilbert Melendez and lost the title to Rafael dos Anjos in March 2015. He lost to Dustin Poirier in November 2017 in the Fight of the Night and had the Performance of the Night in a win over Michael Chiesa in July 2018. Anthony Pettis lost to Tony Ferguson in October 2018 in the Fight of the Night and had the Performance of the Night in a win over Stephen Thompson in March 2019. He lost to Nate Diaz in August 2019 to bring his record to 22-9.

Anthony Pettis Net Worth

Net Worth:$3 Million
Last Updated:2019
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