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Jamahal Hill, Corey Anderson hurl cross-promotional insults as 205-pound debate heats up: ‘I will beat yo ass’

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In a surprising turn of events, UFC light heavyweight champion Jamahal Hill and two-time Bellator title challenger Corey Anderson engaged in a heated exchange, adding fuel to the fire of their ongoing rivalry in the 205-pound division. Following Anderson’s split decision victory over Phil Davis at Bellator 297 on Friday, tensions escalated due to a recent interview where Anderson proclaimed the superiority of Bellator’s division, specifically highlighting himself and current champion Vadim Nemkov, over the UFC’s competition. Hill took offense to these remarks and voiced his dissent on his YouTube channel.

The situation intensified when Anderson was tagged on social media with the video featuring Hill’s response, triggering an intense reaction from Anderson. “Didn’t you suffer an arm injury from Paul Craig? That would make him the best,” Anderson retorted. “I defeated the 44-year-old you defeated to claim the belt on just two weeks’ notice, while he was ranked third. Other than that, who have you defeated? Nobody!”

Hill promptly fired back, pointing out Anderson’s knockout loss to OSP (Ovince Saint Preux) and asserting his own superiority. “You were put to sleep by OSP, and you’re struggling in the minor leagues. I’ve only lost one fight due to injury, whereas you’ve taken numerous naps. We are not on the same level! My record will always reflect that of a champion, and in the end, I will defeat you, without a doubt!”

The verbal sparring between the two fighters persisted on Twitter throughout Saturday evening, with no signs of backing down.

Hill claimed the vacant title in a spectacular performance, showcasing his skills by dominating Glover Teixeira over five rounds at UFC 283 in January. However, he is still awaiting his first title defense, which is likely to be against Jiri Prochazka, pending Prochazka’s recovery from a shoulder injury that caused him to relinquish the championship.

Later, Hill released a video, providing a detailed response to Anderson, addressing each of his points.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about verbal feud

What sparked the feud between Jamahal Hill and Corey Anderson?

The feud between Jamahal Hill and Corey Anderson was sparked by Anderson’s comments in a recent interview where he claimed that Bellator’s 205-pound division, including himself and champion Vadim Nemkov, is superior to the UFC’s. Hill took exception to these remarks and expressed his disagreement on his YouTube channel.

What were the insults exchanged between Hill and Anderson?

Corey Anderson questioned Hill’s credibility, referring to his arm injury suffered at the hands of Paul Craig. He also highlighted his own victory over the fighter whom Hill defeated to win the belt, emphasizing the circumstances of his victory. Hill retaliated by mentioning Anderson’s knockout loss to OSP and asserting his own success and superior fighting record.

Did the feud continue on social media?

Yes, the feud continued on Twitter, with both fighters firing shots at each other throughout the evening.

Has Jamahal Hill defended his title?

No, Jamahal Hill is still awaiting his first title defense. It is expected that his next opponent will be Jiri Prochazka, pending Prochazka’s recovery from a shoulder injury that led to him relinquishing the championship.

What was Hill’s response to Anderson’s comments?

Hill confidently defended his position, stating that he has only lost one fight due to injury and highlighting his champion status. He asserted that he is superior to Anderson and declared his intention to defeat him in the end.

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