Jamahal Hill Flaunts His Money, Eyes Rematch With Alex Pereira But Already Booked Against Khalil Rountree For UFC 303

"Sweet Dreams" let everybody know that he is far from a loser despite his UFC 300 KO loss to "Poatan."

Jamahal Hill
Jamahal Hill - Image credit @UFC Twitter/X
  • Jamahal Hill boasted about his money while telling fans he is avenging his KO loss to Alex Pereira
  • “Sweet Dreams” is now set to face Khalil Rountree at UFC 303

Jamahal Hill showed off wads of cash as he vowed to take on Alex Pereira once again. For now, “Sweet Dreams” is already scheduled for a showdown with Khalil Rountree at UFC 303.

Jamahal refuses to be depressed

Hill found himself on the wrong end of the historic UFC 300 event after suffering a first-round KO loss to Pereira. However, the former light heavyweight champ refused to let negativity eat him and even flaunted his money on social media while responding to some fans trolling him.

One of Hill’s most notable replies was when he told a fan that his KO loss to Pereira “wasn’t an a** whooping.” Unsurprisingly, “Sweet Dreams” is planning to run it back with “Poatan” as he also told the fan to “wait until I fight him again.”

Check out the screenshot below:

In a pair of tweets, Hill also let everybody know about what his current mindset is. According to “Sweet Dreams,” people may think he was a loser but he is “winning in life.”

“I dared to be great against adversity and against a great challenge and came up short at the highest level in the world,” he wrote. “I answered the call twice on short-notice to fight for a championship that most will never fight for. On to the next @jiri_bjp least [sic] final [sic] make it happen.”

“To the people that support me I’m good don’t let haters get to you,” he explained. “I’m winning in life so having to eat a lose [sic] like a man is what it is. They will be quite [sic] when the next man drops.”

Jamahal is booked for UFC 303

While a rematch with Pereira seems to make sense, it’s unlikely to happen soon as the UFC has booked Hill against No. 8 light heavyweight Rountree for UFC 303. Needless to say, “Sweet Dreams” would have to secure either a dominant or decisive win over “The War Horse” if he wants to be considered for a rematch with “Poatan.”

As for Pereira, the Brazilian is focused on moving up to heavyweight and possibly fight at UFC 301 in Brazil.

Published on April 20, 2024 at 10:45 am
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