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Pettis: 'My skill level is on a different page'

 

 

From #UFCNorfolk Open Workouts, @Showtimepettis planning on KOing Dustin Poirier: “We don’t get paid for overtime. So the quicker (it ends) the quicker get paid and go home.” pic.twitter.com/w4MWzpFRVu
— UFC News (@UFCNews) November 9, 2017

Anthony Pettis is determined to get back to the top of the lightweight division and vy for a title shot. Currently standing in the way of that goal is 8th-ranked Dustin Poirier, whom Pettis will take on in the main event of Fight Night Norfolk on Saturday on FS1.
"My mindset and skill level is on a different page," Pettis said. "I've fought five-round championship fights against the best in the division and he's just another guy in my way to get to the top."