Ok thanks for explainingI don't think so.
To beat inflation, you're taking on investment risk. Which means your pot will go up and down. Doesn't matter much during an accumulating period, but could impact a lot during drawdown phases. If you're invested pot drops by 20% but you take out the same amount, you don't have the capital there to recover. If you're taking investment risk, you need to be able to adjust your drawdown significantly during market downturn.
@Sarenco linked to an explanation about sequence of returns earlier that should explain it.