Sean O’Malley Makes a Hilarious Tik Tok Video to Make Fun of Critics

Published 03/31/2021, 6:36 AM EDT


Sean O’Malley is one of the most exciting fighters in the UFC’s bantamweight division. While he is the type of person who talks a lot, he also backs his words up through his actions.

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Though he has lost one fight in his professional MMA career, ‘Suga’ doesn’t seem to want to acknowledge his loss and still considers himself to be undefeated. Critics find this funny and O’Malley being who he is, had to do something about this.

Recently, he made a hilarious Tik-Tok video to troll his critics where he wrote, “If you ever think you’re stupid just remember there are people out there who think I’m not undefeated.” 

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Why does Sean O’Malley still claim to be undefeated?

Suga‘ lost a fight against Marlon ‘Chito’ Vera at UFC 252 by TKO in round one. O’Malley fell to the ground with a leg injury caused by Vera’s leg kicks, and Vera continued punching him until the referee stopped the fight.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – August 15: (L-R) Marlon Vera of Ecuador punches Sean O’Malley in their bantamweight bout during the UFC 252 event at UFC APEX on August 15, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)

Post this loss, Suga made an appearance on Ariel Helwani’s MMA show before UFC 260, where Helwani asked O’Malley how long it took him to get over that loss. To this, O’Malley replied, “Over what?”

When Helwani clarified that he was talking about his loss to Vera, O’Malley said, “I don’t know what you are talking about.”

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‘Suga’ said that him calling himself undefeated had now turned into a joke. But he still holds that belief because he thinks that the defeat he suffered didn’t occur due to a lack of skills. He lost because Vera’s toe hit him on his perennial nerve and it caused a drop foot, and O’Malley doesn’t think the kick was a calf kick.

The bantamweight fighter said, “Calf kick hurt bad but they don’t give you drop foot. At least not the first one.”

O’Malley made a comeback with his recent spectacular win against Thomas Almeida at UFC 260. It looks like the belief he has in himself being undefeated helped him achieve his victory against Almeida. It certainly was a proof of him being able to back up his words.

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Arman Khan is a UFC author for EssentiallySports. He began following combat sports when Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor competed in 'The Money Fight' in 2017. 'The Notorious' attracted Arman to the UFC and he became an ardent fan of professional fighting as he could draw parallels with the action from his combat sports experience and break down techniques such as striking and striking defense lucidly for the casual fans.

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