Yes, within limits.
Pizza doesn't have a lot of opportunity for flavor. It cooks fast so it tends to rely on heavily seasoned toppings.
The less cooked the tomato is, the more flavor it has of itself. So Pizza Margherita is just dough, cheese, fresh tomatoes, fresh basil. And it can be watery if you chose a beef steak style tomato compared to a meatier roma.
Coming to sauce then. You want to use a tomato product with good flavor and minimal by liquid. So not...