MMA Fighter Anthony Pettis Releases Statement after Fire Destroys Cars

Milwaukee police say around 1:00 AM Thursday morning they were called to Anthony Pettis' home on South Cherokee Way for a report of fire. 

What they found was three vehicles up in flames. 

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On Friday Pettis released the following statement on his social media pages saying he is "confused and saddened" and reinstated his desire to stay in the city that he calls his home - Milwaukee.

"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."

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