Sean O’Malley Net Worth, MMA Career, Income, Personal life, massive earnings, and more

Sean O'Malley is one of the most exciting prospects in the UFC's bantamweight division. Here is all you need to know about him including his net worth, salary, records and more.

Sean O'Malley net worth
Sean O Malley
NameSean O’Malley
Net Worth$850,000
ResidenceGlendale, Arizona
Marital StatusUnmarried
GirlfriendDanya Gonzalez
Sources of WealthMMA, YouTube channel
MMA record13-1-0
Last Updated2021

One of the most exciting prospects in the UFC is Sean O’Malley. The up and coming UFC bantamweight has taken the UFC by storm ever since his debut at the Ultimate Fighter 26. With 14 wins and just one loss, it wouldn’t be a surprise if ‘Sugar’ fights for the title in a few years.

Here is everything you need to know about Sean O’Malley, including his net worth, salary, MMA career and personal life.

Sean O’Malley Net Worth 2021

sean o'malley net worth
Sean O’Malley

Sean O’Malley Net Worth is an impressive $850,000, thanks to his successful UFC career in a very short span of time. His biggest ever pay day has been against Thomas Almeida, which was his most recent fight. O’Malley earned an impressive $145,000 for his KO win over Almeida at UFC 260.

On his UFC major event debut at UFC 222, O’Malley took home $97,500. It was a win over Andre Soukhamthath. O’Malley had won the Fight of the Night. His promotional debut came against Terrion Ware at the TUF 26 finale. His win over Ware earned him $22,500. O’Malley’s total career earnings amount to $581,500.

Sean O’Malley MMA career

Sean O’Malley made his MMA debut when he was just 20 years old. He took on Josh Reyes in a promotion called Intense Championship Fighting. His first five fights were in the same promotion. Just 18 months after making his MMA debut, O’Malley was 5-0 up in his MMA career.

O’Malley then moved to a promotion called Extreme Beatdown. He just fought once there, knocking his opponent out in the first round. His next fight was in the Legacy Fighting Alliance, and O’Malley once again earned a first-round KO win here.

O’Malley’s next venture was Dana White’s contender series. He beat Alfred Khashakyan via. KO and then followed it up with a win over Terrion Ware at the Ultimate Fighter in 2017. Following his success, he took on Andre Soukhamthath at UFC 222. He cruised to a unanimous decision victory.

Sugar‘ followed it up with two more victories against Jose Alberto Quinonez and Eddie Wineland at UFC 248 and UFC 250 respectively. He was finally stopped by Marlon Vera at UFC 252. However, he bounced back with a KO win over Thomas Almeida at UFC 260.

Sean O’Malley personal life

Sean O'Malley Girlfriend Danya Gonzalez
Sean O’Malley Girlfriend Danya Gonzalez

Sean O’Malley was born on the 24th of October in 1994. His grandmother is Irish. His father Dan O’Malley is a retired narcotics officer. Not much is known about O’Malley’s mother. But from time to time O’Malley has revealed that his mother finds it difficult to watch him take center stage in the Octagon.

O’Malley is in a long-term relationship with his girlfriend Danya Gonzalez. The pair have a daughter together. She is named Elena.

O’Malley is pro-marijuana. He has spoken a lot of times about the positive effect it has on him and has from time to time voiced out in favour of legalizing marijuana.

Q. What is Sean O Malley’s record?

Sean O’Malley has a record of 13 wins and one loss in his MMA career.

Q. What is Sean’O Malley net worth?

Sean O’Malley net worth is an impressive $850,000.

Q. Is Sean O’Malley married?

No, Sean O’Malley is not married. However, he is in a long-term relationship with his girlfriend Danya Gonzalez.

Q. Does Sean O’Malley have a child?

Sean O’Malley has a daughter named Elena.

Q. Which weight class is Sean O’Malley?

Sean O’Malley fights in the bantamweight division of the UFC.

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