For Anthony Pettis, One Spectacular Kick Changed Everything — For Better or Worse

It‘s possible that it was all too much too soon. It‘s more than possible, actually. It‘s pretty much a fact, and Anthony Pettis doesn‘t deny it. Just think: when he showed up in Glendale, Ariz. in December of 2010, he was a 23-year-old underdog heading into the last title fight in the last event before the WEC was shut down for good. By the time he left, he was a star. His face was on SportsCenter every hour, courtesy of the kick that ESPN would later dub one of the top ten plays of the…

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