“Enter top 3 before mentioning me poodle,” Petr Yan hilarious response to Sean O’Malley in a Twitter war

Petr Yan and Sean O'Malley engage in Twitter war as the former Bantamweight champion trolls the "Suga Show". Yan also says that he has unfinished business with Aljamain Sterling.

Sean O'Malley and Petr Yan
Sean O'Malley and Petr Yan
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Sean O’Malley and Petr Yan had a hilarious exchange of words on Twitter regarding a potential fight between the two in Russia. Suga wants to beat the former UFC bantamweight champion in his home country.

Sean O’Malley has always been very active in the UFC twittersphere. The bantamweight fighter instigated a war of words between him and the former UFC bantamweight champion, Petr Yan. Sean tweeted that it would be a dream for him to beat the Russian in his home turf. No tweet goes unnoticed in Yan’s radar. Very soon the Russian clapped back poking fun of the fact that O’Malley is still unranked.

“I want to beat up Peter in Russia. This is my dream,” wrote SugaSean on his Twitter account. 5 hours later Yan wrote back saying he would put the youngin to sleep if that fight ever happened. “I will put you to sleep so you can keep dreaming curly boy,” wrote back Petr. The Russian also asked Sean to mention his name until he climbs up the ranking charts. “Enter top 3 before even mentioning my name poodle.”

Petr Yan says he has unfinished business with “fakemaster” Aljamain Sterling

Petr Yan Aljamain Sterling
Aljamain Sterling at UFC 259

Even when talking trash to Sean O’Malley, Petr Yan reminded people that he has some unfinished business. At UFC 259, Yan took on Sterling to defend his bantamweight belt. In the fourth round Yan was disqualified after he illegally knee’d Aljo while he was down. That led to the Russian losing his title and since then he has been looking for title rematch.

To his unfortune, Sterling is now injured, and is reported to not fight for another two or three months. This puts the whole bantamweight division on hold given the champion is not fit. A lot of people claimed that Sterling sold the decision by faking like he was hurt from Yan’s knee. “I got unfinished business with fakemaster now,” wrote Yan suggesting that he’d only fight Sterling in the rematch next to reclaim his bantamweight belt.

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