There are pros and cons to having a famous last name and following in the footsteps of an accomplished, acclaimed sibling.Over the first three years of his UFC career, Sergio Pettis wrestled with that reality, arriving in the UFC three months after his older brother Anthony had ascended to the top of the lightweight division. Expectations were high, both because the then 20-year-old newcomer had amassed a 9-0 record with six stoppages over the course of two years on the regional circuit, but also because the physical and stylistic resemblance between the brothers was undeniable.After earning a … Read the Full Article Here