I say true. And I’m a big fan of both Tony and Pettis, two of my favorites at LW and any weightclass ever. Tony can get very sloppy on the feet. He tries a lot of unorthodox crazy things that leave him open for counters. He does not have sharp boxing which is what Anthony tends to struggle with. Reminder—tony got put on iceskates by short notice Lando Vanatta who can’t seem to win a fight or drop anyone now (besides makdessi KO). Tony is a great pressure fighter but if he stays on the outside Pettis will get comfortable with body and head kicks. Also, Pettis does not have to worry about getting LnP’d by Tony. Therefore, Pettis will be more comfortable and fluid on the feet. Even if Tony gains top control he will be constantly trying to drop elbows and transition, which leaves room for Pettis to create scrambles and submissions of his own. The biggest x-factor is the injury and surgery Tony has rushed back from only 4 months ago. Like I said, I’m a huge fan of both guys and this is an MMA fans type of dream matchup IMO. I just think a lot of people are ruling out Anthony who has built his confidence back up after a great performance against Chiesa. What do you guys think? I can’t wait for the matchup regardless of the outcome.