Anthony Pettis vs. Donald Cerrone fight video highlights

Watch UFC on FOX 6's lightweight showcase with Anthony Pettis vs. Donald Cerrone fight video highlights, courtesy of FOX Sports.

UFC on FOX 6: Johnson vs. Dodson took place January 26, 2013 at the United Center in Chicago, IL. Former WEC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis (16-2) met fellow contender Donald Cerrone (19-5, 1 NC) in a lightweight tilt a long time in the making. Catch the video highlights above.

For more on Pettis' electrifying victory, catch the play-by-play from MMA Fighting's own Luke Thomas. Additional video highlights of Ricardo Lamas' (13-2) main card TKO win over Erik Koch (13-2) can be found below.

Round 1: They do not touch gloves. Both fighters open orthodox and clips Cerrone with a right hand. Three-punch combo from Pettis lands, but he responds with a knee. Left hand also finding the mark for Pettis. Pettis standing southpaw now. Hard middle kick from Pettis finds the mark and now a knee. Another middle kick to the liver folds Cerrone in half and that's it. The referee stopped it as Cerrone writhes in agony on the floor.

UFC on FOX 6 results: Anthony Pettis def. Donald Cerrone by TKO (body kick) at 2:35 of round 1

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