“I Want to be in the Talks to be the GOAT Someday”- Sean O’Malley

Published 06/05/2020, 5:58 AM EDT

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Sean O’Malley is all set to extend his fight streak further as he takes on former WEC Bantamweight Champion, Eddie Wineland.

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This will be a major stepping stone for the rising Bantamweight prospect. “Sugar” Sean remains undefeated in the UFC. He began his journey with the promotion at Dana White’s contender series.

He beat  Alfred Khashakyan via a devastating knockout, thus paving his way into the UFC. Ever since then, O’Malley has put on terrific performances. The American holds an astonishing record of 11-0-0, wherein he has won 7 fights via knockout.

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Hence, O’ Malley is one of the most promising youngsters in the division right now, and he climbing through ranks as swiftly as they come. In addition to being an excellent fighter, O’Malley also holds immense popularity amongst the masses.

Whether it be his videos of unique workouts to imitating Tony Ferguson’s workouts, O’Malley engages his audience quite well. This makes him an amazing pick for a possible future champion. But, is he here only to make money and go away, or is he looking to claim Bantamweight gold?

In response to the question, O’Malley said that he plans on becoming the world’s best Bantamweight. Yet, he is in no hurry for the same.

“When I’m champion, I’m going to be champion for a long time. I want to defend the belt a lot. And I want to be in the talks to be the GOAT someday.”

Sean O’Malley reveals his gameplan for UFC 250

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We will see Sean O’Malley battle it out with Eddie Winefield come Saturday. The Bantamweight veteran and former WEC Champion stated that he’s in better shape than he’s been in the past ten years. And he plans on putting it on display against Sean.

Thus, this is a grave challenge for the 25-year-old. Nevertheless, O’Malley seems confident and ready for the challenge. He said,

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“He’s an extremely dangerous opponent and I respect him, plus I know that with those little gloves, anything can happen. But, I plan on going in there, knocking him out, and not getting hit. That’s how high-level skilled I am. I have [an] extremely good defense. I have extremely good timing, footwork, and accuracy. It’s a dangerous combination [of] all of the things I can do. He’s a perfect step up for me and I’m excited to test his chin.”

Do you think Sean O’Malley will be able to keep up his winning streak as he collides with Eddie Wineland?

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