Both sides have responded to Tim Elliot's remarks to Jordan Espinosa. Elliot outpointed Espinosa in their flyweight fight at the UFC 259 pay-per-view event on Saturday night. However, the bigger story as far as that fight was concerned was a conversation the pair had while on the ground. Elliot was on top of Espinosa and asked him if he was a woman beater which could clearly be heard on the broadcast and at ringside. \u201cI heard you choked a girl in 2018. Are you a woman beater?\u201d Elliott said. \u201cYou don\u2019t know the whole story,\u201d Espinosa replied. \u201cI know enough,\u201d Elliott responded. https:\/\/twitter.com\/Wrightreportt\/status\/1368367272549625864 Espinosa Manager On Elliot: Words Matter Elliot would claim after the fight that he received a Facebook message which contained images of a women with choke marks on her neck which were said to be caused by Espinosa. He went on to add that he didn't know the full story like Espinosa stated, but that he didn't mean for everyone to hear it. Espinosa's manager Bryan Hamper of SuckerPunch Entertainment, meanwhile, felt Elliot was wrong to make those comments. \u201cWe will not be commenting on Tim Elliott\u2019s accusations,\u201d Hamper told MMA Junkie. \u201cIt is extremely unfortunate that an athlete who has no information of the situation is given a platform to recklessly slander another athlete with no credible information other than a (Facebook) message. "It sets a dangerous precedent allowing this type of behavior to make headlines. Words matter.\u201d While it is a dangerous precedent, especially if Espinosa does have an alibi, it's not as if Elliot had a microphone and blurted it out to the rest of the world. That said, he should also know that many things can be audible when there are no fans in attendance.