Anthony Pettis Net Worth $2 Million
Anthony Pettis started his professional debut in 2007, as he compete in a number of fights in Milwaukee. Prior to this, he was a skilled kick-boxer by Duke Roufus and member of Roufusport. Upon landing a position in the WEC, as Pettis debuted through the WEC 41 and won against Mike Campbell. Subsequently, he was conquered by Bart Palaszewski in WEC 45. As he confronted other combatants like Danny Castillo, Shane Roller, and Benson Henderson, he understood as WEC Lightweight Champ before WEC was united to Ultimate Fighting Championship in October 2010. During his stint with UFC, Pettis got the Lightweight Championship and earned his Entry of the Night Time on August 31, 2013. He’ll serve as trainer in the approaching The Ultimate Fighter 20 which the show was declared in December 2013. Anthony Pettis was produced on January 27, 1987 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He’s married to Alexandra Cartagena and has a daughter. Besides his profession in MMA, he possesses Showtime Sports Pub positioned in Milwaukee.