If you thought Anthony Pettis was going to sit around for the winner of Ben Henderson vs. T.J. Grant, think again.Pettis and Josh Thomson have been teasing an upcoming fight on Twitter, and Pettis told MMAFighting.com on Wednesday that he's on board with the idea.
Thomson told Bleacher Report on Tuesday he asked the UFC for a fight against Pettis.
As for Pettis' health, "Showtime" said he returned to training on Tuesday and didn't feel any pain in his injured knee. He plans on sparring later Wednesday.
Pettis was scheduled to fight Jose Aldo for the UFC featherweight title on Aug. 3, but he was forced to withdraw from the fight due to a torn meniscus.