Anthony Pettis missed weight earlier, weighing in at 148 lbs according to MMAFighting.com on Twitter.
This fight is going to be his biggest and most challenging in his new division of Featherweight, as he faces Max Holloway who is currently on a 9-fight win streak.
Holloway has been on a tear through the Featherweight division, rightfully earning himself a shot to become the Interim-Featherweight champion and his most recent loss coming by decision to Conor McGregor back in August 2013.
Max Holloway in action against Conor McGregor. Credit – FoxSports.com
After UFC 206 took a huge blow after losing their original main-event fight when Daniel Cormier pulled out with an injury, Holloway vs Pettis is currently keeping the event alive, but how long for?
Will UFC 206 still go ahead? Can Pettis be a contender if he can’t consistently make weight? Let us know in the comments.