Anthony Smith analyzes the duel against Vitor Petrino and cites the 'experience' factor as an advantage

North American believes that all the pressure will be on the Brazilian; athletes face each other on May 4, at UFC 301, hosted in Rio de Janeiro

Anthony Smith faces Victor Petrino No. UFC 301. Photo: Reproduction/Instagram @ufc

Towards another fight being held in Rio de Janeiro, Anthony Smith opened the game and talked about his confrontation against Victor Petrino, which will be held on May 4th at UFC 301. A veteran of martial arts and with a great resume in the organization, the athlete alleviated any pressure on his side and guaranteed that his experience will be an advantage against the Brazilian.

“I've had thousands of fights, fights that would take me to the belt and in big events. I've seen a lot of fights Victor Petrino. He's super confident, he believes in himself. What he doesn't know, for sure, because he doesn't have any proof of it, is that he could hit someone like me. I’ve beaten a lot of guys like him,” Smith said in an interview with 'Submission Radio'.

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By continuing his speech, Smith assured that he has no requirement to step into the octagon and dominate the Brazilian.

“The pressure is on him, it’s a normal position for me. This is the fewest media commitments I've had in a long time. Lower pressure. Everyone is keeping an eye on the aging of the injured lion. No one is expecting me to go out there and be dominant, it’s a great position for me,” he concluded.

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Victor Petrino (left) will be the opponent of Anthony Smith on May 4th. Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

Big underdog in the betting houses, Anthony Smith is preparing for 57 fights in his career. Currently the athlete has 12 wins and nine losses in Ultimate. The confrontation will take place in Rio de Janeiro and will be part of the main card of the UFC 301, scheduled for May 4th.

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