UFC champ Jamahal Hill had the perfect response to Jiri Prochazka’s viral ‘I’m coming’ video

Within minutes of Jamahal Hill dominating Glover Teixeira to claim the vacant light heavyweight title at UFC 283 this past Saturday, the UFC’s official Twitter account posted a message to Hill from former champ Jiri Prochazka that went viral.

In the video, Prochazka is somewhere in the woods while it’s snowing. He’s taking a selfie and has a simple message: “I’m coming. … I’M COMING!”

As you can imagine, that choice of words raised eyebrows. And on Wednesday, Hill perfectly leaned right into the joke.

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Prochazka clearly is intent on, uh, “coming” after the title he never lost and only had to relinquish because of a shoulder injury. Which is good, because in an interview with MMA Junkie’s Mike Bohn, Hill was adamant that he’s “better than Jiri everywhere” and prefers his first title defense be against him.

So let’s do it.

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