Anthony Pettis' statment on his vehicles being burned

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Anthony Pettis' statment on his vehicles being burned

Anthony Pettis is shocked and confused about 3 of his cars being lit on fire in his driveway on Thursday morning.
Milwaukee police believe an unknown suspect used an accelerant to ignite two of the vehicles which forced flames
to spread to a third vehicle sitting in Pettis’ driveway.
Pettis says:
I am a fighter. I won’t be defeated by this. I am also extremely confused and saddened by the events that occurred.
I am grateful that no one was harmed by this cowardly act. My life as well as my loved ones were put in danger.
I cannot understand why someone would want to hurt myself or my family. I will do everything I can to ensure that
we find out who committed this crime and that they are prosecuted to the full extent of the law. I’m constantly
defending my choice to stay in this city. Regardless of the crimes that have been occurring lately, this is my home.
I really hope the city that I rep has my back on this one and helps by reporting anything they know about this. #teampettis #250k🔥
There have been a number of carjackings and 8 homicides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin since Sunday. On Monday an off-duty paramedic was
jumped by five teens and beaten in his garage
29 year old Anthony Pettis was born in Milwaulkee in January 1987 and has always been a strong supporter of the city.
He is a part owner of the Roufussport gym, and also own his own Showtime Sports Bar and ASP Barbershop. One of his most
special moments came in the city when he won the UFC lightweight title against Ben Henderson in August 2013 at the BMO
Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee.
Anthony’s brother Sergio says: The cars might be broke but we will never be broken. Not sure why or who did this to us
very confused on that matter. We truly love Milwaukee and everybody that comes from our city. We all came from the same
roots the same daily struggles. It’s an honor representing all of us, it’s more than just fighting for us. We believe
martial arts can change lives. We go out there and express ourselves in a different form of art hoping we that we can
inspire. We might come from a violent sport but we are peaceful people. So let’s end the violence in our city and come
together. The more we rise each other up the more we can all succeed and grow . #TeamPettis #StaySmilingNoMatterWhat
Anthony Pettis won his featherweight debut in August and is ranked #6 in the division. He fights #3 ranked Max Holloway at UFC 206 on December 10th in Toronto.

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