In UFC 257, Rafael dos Anjos successfully defended the lightweight title by defeating Anthony Pettis in an impressive performance. It’s been a big day for dos Anjos as well as Pettis, who lost his lightweight title but at the same time revitalized his career.

In UFC 257, Rafael dos Anjos successfully defended the lightweight title by defeating Anthony Pettis in an impressive performance. It’s been a big day for dos Anjos as well as Pettis, who lost his lightweight title but at the same time revitalized his career.

In a matter of days, dos Anjos will be fighting former UFC light-heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida. This time the fight is going to be for the UFC middleweight title. The fight will be held at Madison Square Garden in New York City on May 14th. This fight has been a long time coming and finally it will happen.

The fight will be a rematch of their first bout that ended in a no-contest due to a cut on Lyoto Machida’s face. Lyoto also won their second fight with a unanimous decision victory over Rafael dos Anjos. So there is no doubt that this fight is going to be an exciting one.

In UFC 257, Rafael dos Anjos successfully defended the lightweight title by defeating Anthony Pettis in an impressive performance. It’s been a big day for dos Anjos as well as Pettis, who lost his lightweight title but at the same time revitalized his career.

The fight had all the makings of a classic fight, but it wasn’t until the second round that dos Anjos put on a clinic. The Brazilian took control of the pace and pressure and began landing strikes at will. He took Pettis down three times before finally getting the finish.

The finish came when dos Anjos unleashed a barrage of punches to the body of Pettis. The Brazilian was able to capitalize on his opponent’s defensive errors and get the finish. With this win, dos Anjos is now in sole possession of first place in the division’s lightweight rankings.

In UFC 257, Rafael dos Anjos successfully defended the lightweight title by defeating Anthony Pettis in an impressive performance. It’s been a big day for dos Anjos as well as Pettis, who lost his lightweight title but at the same time revitalized his career.

In a way, this victory is also a huge win for dos Anjos as well, since he now has a full-time job fighting in the UFC. Dos Anjos was previously in the WEC (World Extreme Cagefighting) but moved over to the UFC after losing to Josh Thomson at WEC 50.

Now that dos Anjos is getting paid by the UFC, he can focus solely on training and fighting rather than having to worry about finding another job somewhere else. Dos Anjos is also planning on making sure that he does not get hurt again before his next fight so that he will be able to continue fighting in the future as well.

Dos Anjos is hoping that this fight will jumpstart his career and help him get back into the title picture in the near future.

We’re back in Las Vegas for UFC 257. This time, it’s a lightweight title fight between Rafael dos Anjos and Anthony Pettis.

Dos Anjos (11-0) is the defending champion. He’s coming off a unanimous decision win over former lightweight champion Conor McGregor at UFC 257 in October.

Pettis (9-0) has won eight straight fights since his knockout loss to dos Anjos at UFC 196 in February 2016. In that bout, Pettis lost his lightweight title but was able to get back on track with wins over former welterweight champion Robbie Lawler and rising contender Justin Gaethje.

In the co-main event, No. 3 light heavyweight contender Alexander Gustafsson will face No. 4 light heavyweight contender Oezdemir Nogueira in a catchweight bout at 205 pounds.

In the main card opener, No. 13 middleweight contender Derek Brunson will face No. 11 middleweight contender Luke Rockhold in a middleweight bout at 185 pounds.

The UFC 257 was a big day for the lightweight division.

Dos Anjos successfully defended his title against Anthony Pettis, who was one of the most impressive fighters on the card. Dos Anjos also got off to a strong start against Rafael dos Anjos in the main event. Dos Anjos successfully defended his title against Anthony Pettis, who was one of the most impressive fighters on the card. Dos Anjos also got off to a strong start against Rafael dos Anjos in the main event. dos Anjos took down dos Anjos with a takedown and won by unanimous decision. Dos Anjos also got off to a strong start against Rafael dos Anjos in the main event. dos Anjos took down dos Anjos with a takedown and won by unanimous decision. Dos Anjos also got off to a strong start against Rafael dos Anjos in the main event. dos Anjos took down dos Anjos with a takedown and won by unanimous decision. Dos Anjos also got off to a strong start against Rafael dos Anjos in the main event.

The fight itself went five rounds, but it was over before it started as dos Anjos took down Pettis early

The fight was a rematch of their previous bout, which dos Anjos won by unanimous decision. After losing to dos Anjos in a close bout at UFC 257, Pettis vowed to come back stronger and win the lightweight title again. On Saturday night, he showed he’s still a force to be reckoned with.

In the main event at UFC 257, Pettis took on dos Anjos for his second consecutive title defense and the first since his loss to dos Anjos in January. Pettis looked to be the better fighter from the start, but dos Anjos kept it close by landing some big shots in the first round that left Pettis looking rattled.

Pettis was able to shake off those early blows and keep things close with a few big shots of his own as the fight went on. But he knew that he needed to finish dos Anjos in order to walk away with victory.

The fight went into the third round with both fighters looking tired and showing signs of fatigue. That’s when Pettis landed a huge uppercut that sent dos Anjos crashing down to the ground. He followed up with a barrage of punches that left dos Anjos unable to continue fighting, giving him a

The first thing dos Anjos did was to take down Pettis and throw him to the ground. Dos Anjos ended up kicking Pettis out of the ring, but not without some difficulty. He then took control of the fight and dominated it from that point on.

The second round saw dos Anjos go on offense, with a couple of big punches. The third round saw dos Anjos land some huge blows, but he was unable to knock out Pettis. After the fight, dos Anjos said that he didn’t want to hurt Pettis’ feelings by taking him down again.

Pettis stated that he was happy with his performance, but he didn’t want to get hurt again. He then went on to say that he had no regrets about losing his title and that it only made him stronger.

Dos Anjos is currently ranked number five in the lightweight division. He also has a chance at winning another title if he gets past Anthony Johnson at UFC 257 and takes out Nate Diaz at UFC 258.

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