The main bout of UFC 206, set for Dec. 10 in Canada, looks like it will be a good one. Anthony Pettis and Max Hollaway will meet for the interim featherweight belt, and the winner will take on José Aldo to consolidate somebody’s reign.
Pettis has been honing not only the impressive kicks that earned him the nickname of Showtime, but also his unpredictable BJJ attacks. Adept at the triangle and other attacks from the guard, Pettis once became the lightweight champ over black-belt Ben Henderson via armlock. Back then he was still a blue-belt.
Currently at brown, he keeps on training under Diego Moraes, who sent us some exclusive training footage, all while making sure not to disclose too much about his student’s ground strategy.