Sean O’Malley Makes A Statement With His Hairstyle Ahead Of UFC 250

Published 06/04/2020, 4:33 AM EDT

Sean O’Malley is set to make his return into the Octagon once again. To shake things up, he has just shown us his wacky new hairstyle that will make a debut at UFC 250.

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Sean O’Malley last fought this March. He took on Jose Quinonez at UFC 249 and came out of this fight victorious. He added to his multiple victories, with this being a first-round stoppage. O’Malley proved what a dominant force he can be.

He currently stands undefeated. The bantamweight contender holds a record of 11-0 MMA, 3-0 UFC going into his next fight. He will take on veteran Eddie Wineland this Saturday at UFC 250.

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‘Sugar Show’ will open the main card pay-per-view. Getting back in just 3 months after his last fight, O’Malley considers Wineland to be the perfect opponent. He said, “I think it is a perfect opponent for me right now in this stage of my career. Wineland is a decent size name so I think it is a good matchup for me. I’m excited about the fight, I think it’s the perfect fight and I’m happy about it.”

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Fans and experts think otherwise. They don’t think this is a great match for O’Mally and have taken to social media to express their opinion. They say O’Malley hasn’t fought anyone good, and he isn’t deserving as yet. But the 25-year-old couldn’t care less. He is geared up and ready to prove them wrong.

Sean O’Malley is excited about his return

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Adding to his excitement, O’Malley has now gone out and got himself a makeover. Yes, that’s right! A makeover! He has a new hairdo he’s eager to debut at the biggest fight of his career so far. A colorful head of hair will enter the Octagon along with O’Malley!

And there is a message behind this, which is in wake of all the events currently happening all over the world. The multiple colors stand for all people from all races from across the globe.

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UFC 250 takes place Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. The main card airs on pay-per-view following prelims on ESPN with the early prelims on UFC Fight Pass/ESPN+.

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