On Sunday afternoon, The Ultimate Fighter 20 alum Angela Hill took to Facebook to revealed she had been released from the UFC.

“Last year in April I had my first MMA fight. 2 days later I flew out to Vegas and tried out for The Ultimate Fighter. It’s been a roller coaster ride and I proved to myself how strong I could be through the shittiest situations. After 2 losses to top 5 ranked opponents I got the call that I’ve been released from the UFC. It’s bittersweet, but I’ll hopefully be able to stay more active outside the octagon and gain the XP I need to make my way back to that belt.”

Hill (2-2), a Muy Thai specialist turned MMA fighter, was last seen suffering a submission loss to TUF 20 teammate Rose Namjunas at UFC 192 in October. Prior to this performance ‘Overkill’ dropped a lackluster decision to the undefeated Tecia Torres at UFC 188.

Hill previously earned a decision win in her UFC debut against Emily Kagan at the TUF 20 Finale in December. During her time in the TUF house, Hill also suffered a first-round submission loss to former Invicta FC and UFC champion Carla Esparza in the first round of the TUF 20 tournament.

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