“Brother’s a b**ch for calling cops” – UFC champ reacts as Jamahal Hill gets ARRESTED for domestic violence toward brother

Sean Strickland shared his thoughts on the situation between Jamahal Hill and his brother. Recently, Hill was arrested for domestic violence.


“Brother’s a b**ch for calling cops” – UFC champ reacts as Jamahal Hill gets ARRESTED for domestic violence toward brother

Sean Strickland criticized Jamahal Hill's brother on the domestic violence issue (via IMAGO)

The former UFC light-heavyweight champion Jamahal Hill was arrested earlier this week. The prosecutors charged him with a single count of misdemeanor aggravated domestic violence. This incident happened after Hill allegedly attacked his older brother, James Anthony Hill Jr. Now, UFC middleweight champion Sean Strickland commented on the incident on his X handle.

Sean Strickland was an outspoken guy, and he didn’t hold back from commenting on his views about the incident. Strickland condemned the actions of Hill’s older brother. Here is what he said in his tweets:

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You can get a domestic violence charge for fighting your brother?!?!?! Lmao I guess I've dodged some DV charges... If you haven't fought your brother you ain't bothers bottom line....But @JamahalH you're brother be a bitch for calling the cops........ He might not be your brother after that b*tch move.... just saying.
Sean Strickland via X

Jamahal Hill was booked into Kent County jail in Michigan soon after the altercation took place. However, he was released from the jail on the same day. He would stand trial by January 2024. According to reports, Hill seriously injured his brother in a physical altercation. As such, Hill’s brother pressed charges against him resulting in his being taken to jail.

Sean Strickland’s comment hasn’t yet received a response from Jamahal Hill. However, Strickland only criticized his brother and not Hill himself. On the note of their UFC careers, Hill was sidelined from competing due to an injury and was expected to return by 2024. As such, Sean Strickland returns in January 2024 to defend his middleweight title against Dricus Du Plessis at UFC 297.

Is Jamahal Hill next in line for the UFC light heavyweight title?

Jamahal Hill won the light-heavyweight title after beating the veteran Glover Teixeira in UFC 283. By this, he became the first fighter from Dana White’s Contender Series to win the UFC gold. However, he later suffered a torn Achilles and decided to relinquish the title. So, Jiri Prochazka and Alex Pereira went into battle for the vacated title.

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The UFC promised Jamahal Hill a title shot on his return
The UFC promised Jamahal Hill a title shot on his return (via IMAGO)

Jamahal Hill came to Madison Square Garden to witness who became the new champion at 205 pounds. As such, Alex Pereira knocked out Jiri Prochazka to claim the LHW title. During the octagon interview, ‘Poatan’ called out his arch-rival Israel Adesanya instead of Jamahal Hill.

When Joe Rogan mentioned Hill, he replied that he wanted to be active and Hill was injured. However, Hill was expected to compete by early 2024, which would be the fight to make. Also, the UFC promised Hill a title fight on his return when he vacated the title.

Jamahal Hill would be in the UFC for a long time since he was just 31 years old. As such, it wouldn’t be a surprise if he won the championship again. As per UFC, he would face Alex Pereira for the title next. However, he has to handle himself outside the octagon to keep his name clear. On that note, he was recently arrested and released for domestic violence for assaulting his brother.

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