Angela Hill is fresh off a victory, and she already has a return in mind.
The former Invicta FC champion is coming off a dominant decision win over Emily Ducote (12-7 MMA, 1-1 UFC) at Saturday's UFC on ESPN 42 in Orlando, Fla. Hill (15-12 MMA, 10-12 UFC), who's now on a two-fight winning streak, is looking to keep the momentum going and book a return against fellow veteran Karolina Kowalkiewicz.
"Yes, Karolina: Come at me, bro," Hill told reporters at the UFC on ESPN 42 post-fight press conference (via MMA Fighting). "Let's go. I'd love to fight Karolina. I seem to be getting all of my girl Jessica Penne's opponents, so I'd be happy to take that one, too."
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As far as a date for the return, Hill said she would like to compete at a UFC event in March in London. The UFC has not yet made a London 2023 event official, but if that's in the cards, that would be ideal for Hill.
"London card … London card in March," Hill said. "I know she's coming off a win. Yeah, I'd love that fight."
Hill now has back-to-back wins over Lupita Godinez and Ducote. Prior to the two-fight wining streak, Hill was on a three-fight skid.
Kowalkiewicz, a former UFC title challenger, also is coming off two straight wins. She defeated Felice Herrig and Ducote in decisions in her most recent outings.
Story originally appeared on MMA Junkie