“I could submit Khabib”- Sean O’Malley hits back at haters with a sarcastic comment for undermining him

Sean O'Malley replied to his haters, who always find excuses to not give Sean enough credit that he deserves.

Khabib Nurmagomedov and Sean O'Malley
Khabib Nurmagomedov and Sean O'Malley

Sean O’Malley is one of the biggest UFC stars right now and has millions of fans who support him during his fights inside the octagon. Sean is a rising star and he will face Pedro Munhoz at UFC 276 to climb up the bantamweight division and enter the top ten ranking. O’Malley has revealed his plans to win the bantamweight gold and the fight against Pedro might be his ticket to enter the big league.

Sean has been performing well inside the octagon and is currently on a 3 fight win streak in the UFC. Sean, however, is often criticised for not fighting ranked opponents and for always facing weaker opponents inside the octagon. O’Malley always addressed the issue and cleared his stance on fighting unranked opponents, but he feels many haters are undermining his progress and not appreciating him for what he is worth.

In the UFC 276 press conference, Sean was asked about how he feels when he is not giving the respect he is due and about how haters always find an excuse to snatch away any credit he deserves. Sean jokingly hit back at haters and said even if he would defeat Khabib Nurmagomedov, they would find an excuse to take that away from him. Sean said: “I could submit Khabib and people would be like yeah but something they’d say something, so I have to pay no attention to what the negative fans say. It doesn’t matter to me.”

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“It’s a tough fight”- Sean O’Malley reveals why no one wants to fight him

Sean O'Malley
Sean O’Malley

UFC bantamweight contender Sean O’Malley explained why none of the other bantamweight fighters are calling him out for a fight. O’Malley talked about this in a recent interview with ESPN and revealed that he would beat every top 10 fighters and that is the reason no one is calling him out.

Sean O’Malley has a professional record of 15 wins and 1 loss and he will face Pedro Munhoz at UFC 276 on July 3 after securing an amazing victory against Raulian Paiva at UFC 269 via TKO in the first round. Sean is known for his amazing standup ability but is equally talented in his grappling.

Talking about the call outs, Sean said: “Those guys, most of them see me. Aljo gave me credit. You know he’s the champ right now. He said I’m effing good… I think the top 10 guys, most of them probably know I’m, you know, capable of beating anybody in the top 10, but no one really above me ever calls me out. I don’t know why. I don’t know if it’s a waste of time. They don’t want to make an easy paycheck, they can call it, say whatever they want, but I know I look at it is they know it’s a tough fight.”

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