Jamahal Hill reveals why he hasn’t played UFC 4 with his own character yet

Jamahal Hill holds resentment against the creators of the well-known video game franchise UFC 4. The newly crowned light heavyweight champion recently admitted that he plays video games a lot and that he has yet to play as himself in a game since the developers forgot to include him in the roster.

Recent additions to the EA Sports UFC 4 fighter roster include “Sweet Dreams” and women’s strawweight challenger Amanda Lemos. Lemos has a four-and-a-half-star rating in the game, whereas Hill has a four-star rating. Given their reputation for having strong punches, both fighters’ striking statistics are understandably high.

Jamahal Hill does not appear to be content with his statistics, though. The 31-year-old was questioned about whether he had yet played the recently upgraded game in a recent interview with Helen Yee. He answered:

“Nopeā€¦ My entry into the game took far too long. I’m a jerk. I apologise, but I am petty. Additionally, there are some stat problems, like incorrect hand speed and incorrect defence. Before I get on and spend some time on the sticks with it, you need to show more respect for the champion’s name.”

Jamahal Hill on Alex Pereira vs. Israel Adesanya 2

In their forthcoming rematch, Jamahal Hill doesn’t believe Alex Pereira will defeat Israel Adesanya.

In the main event of UFC 287 on April 8, “Poatan” will take on “The Last Stylebender” in an attempt to defend his middleweight championship. The Nigerian-born Kiwi has fallen to Pereira in all three of their previous encounters, two of which involved the kickboxing discipline. Additionally, only the Brazilian has ever defeated Adesanya. Pereira is thought to be a potential challenger for Hill’s light heavyweight title, and the two might eventually square off.

For the fourth time, Jamahal Hill does not believe that Alex Pereira would triumph over Israel Adesanya. ‘Sweet Dreams’ was recently questioned about if he believed Pereira would defeat Adesanya once more in an interview with ‘The Schmo’. He answered:

“Nah. He received some favourable outcomes, including the leg exam at the conclusion and other things. I believe “Izzy” will succeed if he simply throws hands, boxes the opponent, is quick, and outboxes the opponent.”
There have been rumours that the newly crowned middleweight champion would eventually like to switch to light heavyweight, but with his rematch against Adesanya coming up, it appears that the LHW title will have to wait.

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