He pulled himself out! Sean O’Malley’s viral injury at UFC 252

He pulled himself out!  Sean O'Malley's viral injury at UFC 252

The undefeated of Sean O’Malley came to an end in the UFC 252 and not in the way that was expected, after an injury and loss by technical knockout. In one of the most attractive crashes the 135-pound division has to offer, the Ecuadorian Marlon vera he laughed at the end and took advantage of an injury O’Malley sustained to his ankle, to finish with some ground and pound. After the number fourteen in the ranking was not able to defend himself, due to the ailment he suffered when trying to connect a kick, he liquidated him.

Thus, ‘Chito’ returns to the path of victory, after his controversial defeat by unanimous decision against Chinese Song Yadong at the UFC Fight Night Jacksonville on May 16. For O’Malley, This is the first defeat he suffers at a professional level, being one of the most eccentric when it comes to contesting his contests. The Dana White’s Contender Series surgeon had already faced a similar injury during his fight with Andre Soukhamthath, so now he will have to wait to find out what happened.

He spoke in the cage! «Chito» Vera finished with Sean O’Malley in a spectacular way

The American Sean O’Malley he wanted to provoke the Ecuadorian, Marlon vera, who had no mercy and knocked him out in less than five minutes. The controversial fighter who was undefeated tried to do his thing before the match, when he came out with his hair painted the color of the Ecuadorian flag. Undoubtedly, a touch that, although ‘Chito’ was not amused, he said nothing and everything showed them in the octagon. In there, he gave her a short beating that will stop talking.

«To reach the highest level you have to be humble. He was my inspiration for everything he did in the preview. Everyone knows that I am a tough person and that I train hard every day. I came for this, I warned that I was going to finish it. Here I am, ready to die up there. When he hit my calf, I think he injured himself. He can say what he wants. He has a strong hand, but he doesn’t throw combinations. The dog that I have inside is bigger than any of the ones that all of them have, “he said. Vera, at the end of the combat.



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