Now, I do have a recollection of how Pettis picked apart Cerrone the first time, and am aware that Pettis at this point may simply be miles ahead of everyone in his division just like Jones is and like Anderson and GSP were at their peaks. Having said that, it really does seem like Cerrone is not just building massive momentum but seems to be getting better at using all the elements of his kickboxing arsenal in his MMA striking in every round and has just in general been fighting way better than he ever has. Now I don't really think his odds of winning this fight are good at all but I think at this point it is becoming more possible that it could be one of the most worthwhile fights ever. And yet even after last night some of the Sherdog masses have been underestimating him. I read numerous asinine posts dismissively saying he'll end up fighting Diaz and Diaz will just wreck him again. Never mind the fact that in their last fight Cerrone seemed to forget about at least 1/3 of his MT arsenal for a couple rounds, Nate seems to be as much of a mental wreck as his older brother, his last fight was an embarrassment and his last win was against a guy who is just completely shot and pretty much unable to fight. And as far as it being impossible, again I cannot help but think about Aldo Mendes 2 vs Aldo Mendes 1. Am I the only one? What say you?