“That’s a sick fight,” Sean O Malley is eager to fight Adrian Yanez in March 2022 after his disrespectful response to O Malley’s callout

The UFC Bantamweight fighter, Sean O Malley responds to Adrian Yanez's dismissive behavior for his callout, targets to fight him in March 2022.

Sean O Malley and Adrian Yanez
Sean O Malley and Adrian Yanez

The UFC Bantamweight fighter, Adrian Yanez secured the fourth consecutive win of his UFC career by securing a split decision win against Davey Grant at UFC Vegas 43. Yanez’s performance caught the eyes of many fellow fighters and Sean O Malley is also one of them.

Although O Malley is booked to make his second appearance inside the Octagon this year in a fight against Raulian Paiva at UFC 269, still he likes the idea of facing Adrian Yanez in the first quarter of 2022 i.e. in March or April.

After Yanez’s win against Grant, Sean O Malley tweeted, “March”, offering a fight to Adrian Yanez. The fellow Bantamweight fighter, Yanez accepted Sean O Malley’s callout but he seems to be dismissive of his resume, which appeared quite disrespectful to ‘Suga Sean’.

Talking about the same in the latest episode of “The Timbo Sugar Show Podcast”, Sean O Malley says, “Adrian Yanez won, I called him out, he talked sh*t, we’ll probably fight in March…he sounded stupid. I was like, ‘Damn, that’s a sick fight. That’d be a sweet next matchup’ because every time he’s fought, I’m like, ‘Damn.’”

“He always puts on a performance. It’s always a fun fight to watch and Din Thomas says he looks like a young Jorge Masvidal. Like, damn, that’s sick. He does.”{H/t MMA Junkie}

“I think that would be a next sweet fight,” Sean O Malley wants to put a show for the fight fans around the world

Adrian Yanez- Sean O'Malley
Adrian Yanez- Sean O’Malley

Adrian Yanez secured three out of his five UFC wins via KO and Sean O Malley believes a fight against him is going to be a great show for the fight fans around the world. O Malley added, “I said it would be fun to fight him in March, and I mean – you get called out, you take it as disrespect in a way.”

“He did that. Automatically, he was like, ‘Well, he knocked out Eddie Wineland, then he knocked out Thomas Almeida’ and he’s just trying to find things to talk sh*t about, which I didn’t – I wanna fight because I think it’d be a sweet fight. March, and I’m not taking Paiva light either. I’ve got to get through Paiva first, but I think that would be a next sweet fight. March.” {H/t MMA Junkie}

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