Tag: Sean O'Malley
After criticising the compensation he receives from Reebok, Sean O’Malley has decided to start his own business ventures. Including selling his own merchandise.
UFC president Dana White believes that Sean O’Malley needs more wins before he can step in the Octagon against a big name opponent like Cody Garbrandt.
Petr Yan believes Henry Cejudo took the decision to retire to avoid top contenders in the bantamweight division, such as himself and Aljamain Sterling.
Chael Sonnen shares his excitement regarding rumours of a fight between Sean O’Malley and Cody Garbrandt, following their spectacular knockouts at UFC 250.
The NSAC has released the salaries and medical suspensions from UFC 250. Two division champion Amanda Nunes received the biggest purse but has also received the longest suspension.
UFC bantamweight prospect Sean O’Malley opens up on his upcoming fight against the veteran Eddie Wineland at UFC 250, and what might be next.
Sean O’Malley believes that he is ‘just a couple of fights away’ from getting a title shot, but isn’t in a hurry, as he wants the UFC to pay him more for bigger fights.
It’s been a busy few hours for the UFC, with an update from the NSAC regarding their upcoming events and Dana White announcing the main card for UFC 250 and the vacant bantamweight title fight. As well as another new trademark.
It’s been a busy 24 hours of fight announcements in the UFC, with 10+ new fights set to go down in the upcoming months. Including Aljamain Sterling vs Cory Sandhagen.
UFC rising star ‘Suga’ Sean O’Malley has hit back at Brian Kelleher after his recent call out, saying ‘he’s not going to do anything for my career’.
UFC bantamweight up-and-comer, Sean O’Malley, discusses the hypothetical matchup with Henry Cejudo, and compares his striking with Conor McGregor’s.
The unbeaten UFC prospect Sean O’Malley is looking to mould his UFC career the same way as the former two weight division champion, Conor McGregor.
Sean O’Malley is taking the positives from his two years away from the UFC Octagon, as a result of his drug testing issues with USADA.
This is how the MMA world reacted to UFC 248. Including Dana White, Joe Rogan, Conor McGregor, Gina Carano, Ben Askren, Claressa Shields, Michael Bisping and Valentina Shevchenko.