No, it goes Luffy attacks -> Katakuri dodges with FS -> Luffy sees the dodge with FS, changes direction of Jet Culverin which also makes it faster -> Katakuri sees the direction change but the attack is too fast and he can´t get away.
The more he dodges, the faster the attack becomes, hence after the third hit of Luffy, instead of dodging, he counterattacks or later on kicks the attack rather than dodging it.
Katakuri's reactions to Luffy's redirected attacks are taking place a split second before the attacks themselves.
The "!?" here:
The attack from the side here:
This isn't consistent with what we know about his FS, which is that it lets him see several seconds in the future.
If those are FS predictions, (and I don't necessarily disagree that they are), then Katakuri is only able to acquire them after something specific happens (Luffy foresees his movement and plans a change in direction, perhaps, and Katakuri's predictions "reset", and then it's Luffy whose FS will reset next), but then they're still arguably taking place far too close in time to the event that they predict, meaning that his FS isn't as useful to Katakuri here as it was before. I think it's fair to say - based on Sanji dodging his jelly bean, as there he showed genuine surprise- that Katakuri cannot predict reactions to his interventions.
Katakuri also didn't foresee what Luffy was doing, because he didn't understand why the attack was coming from the side. He foresaw Luffy's attack (that is, Luffy punching), but didn't foresee the attack continuing to move after he dodged:
In contrast, remember before that he foresaw Luffy's activation of G4, the fact that both of them would use CoC (and its consequences - although its not exactly an impressive prediction that Flambe and her cronies would faint from the CoC blast), as well as the differences in Luffy's attacks (like Elephant Gun), to the extent that he could mimic them as soon as Luffy used them. This can be consistent with him noticing the attacks coming from the side and so on with FS, as long as in the first prediction he misses the change in direction (since it is a reaction to his intervention) and in the second he cannot see what Luffy is doing because all that he can foresee just before being hit is himself being hit.
If I'm right about all of this, I think it's fair to say Katakuri's CoO advantage is being countered by Luffy's new form.
Edited by Tale, 17 February 2018 - 06:52 AM.