“See you soon” – Jiri Prochazka breaks silence with picture radiating unmatched energy after title clash setback against Alex Pereira

Jiri Prochazka turned to social media to proclaim his desire for a rematch and a comeback following his recent loss to Alex Pereira at UFC 295.


“See you soon” – Jiri Prochazka breaks silence with picture radiating unmatched energy after title clash setback against Alex Pereira

Jiri Prochazka is ready to make a comeback ( Image via Imago )

Jiri Prochazka is determined to bounce back after his UFC 295 loss to Alex Pereira. Accepting the referee’s stoppage decision, Prochazka agreed with Marc Goddard‘s call and pledged a triumphant return to the Octagon. Jiri is not someone who would stay on the sidelines for a long time.

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Prochazka took to social media to announce his determination for a successful comeback after Pereira ended his three-fight winning streak. On his official X account ( previously known as Twitter ), Jiri Prochazka wrote:

Let’s start again BJP...See you soon.

Having initially given up the belt due to injury, Prochazka’s comeback journey faced speculation about future matchups. However, the former champion recovered and made a comeback to face Alex Pereira at UFC 295. Pereira claimed the vacant light heavyweight title with a second-round knockout, marking a significant moment in UFC 295 at MSG.

Jiri Prochazka and Alex Pereira’s UFC 295 bout faced a referee stoppage controversy. Prochazka dismissed suggestions of an early stoppage, asserting he had no excuses for his loss. Prochazka views the controversy as motivation and expresses acceptance of the referee’s decision. Other fighters also criticized the stoppage.

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Jamahal Hill reacts to Jiri Prochazka losing to Alex Pereira at UFC 295

Jamahal Hill responded to Alex Pereira’s victory over Jiri Prochazka at UFC 295. The former champion asserted that neither fighter was on his level. Hill, the former light heavyweight champion, commented on Pereira’s win, emphasizing his belief in his superior skill.

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Jamahal Hill reacts to Jiri Prochazka losing to Alex Pereira ( Image via Imago )

The statement was made on social media, where Hill expressed confidence in his abilities and implied that he saw neither Pereira nor Prochazka as formidable opponents compared to himself. Hill doubted Pereira’s readiness to face him and challenged Pereira to deal with him before calling out Israel Adesanya.

On the UFC 295 post-fight show, Hill said neither fighters were on his level, and he would defeat them. Hill hoped to return to full health and fight Pereira in the first quarter of 2024

This reaction set the stage for future matchups and added intrigue to the UFC light heavyweight division dynamics. Jamahal Hill gave up his UFC Light Heavyweight title due to a career-altering Achilles injury. He announced the decision on his YouTube channel, citing a devastating foot injury as the reason for vacating the belt. This injury occurred after he secured the title by defeating Glover Teixeira at UFC 283 in January.

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