Calling a high-ranking official of your employer a “f*cking tool” is probably not the best way to engender good will with the promotion, especially when O’Malley himself admits that the UFC does not need him.
“They don’t need me,” O’Malley said. “The UFC would be 100 percent fine without me. If they want another huge, giant star, I could fill that role for sure, but they don’t need me. But don’t treat me like that. Like, act like I’m not training or nothing. ‘Go, you’re hanging out with 6ix9ine, dude’. Like, I’m hung out with him once. Well, three days. But yeah, so, it’s like, cool, dude. Treat me like a piece of sh*t. No, it’s like, dude, I would rather not deal with him at all and just deal with Dana.”
“‘I know you’re gonna be asking for a lot of money.’ No sh*t! I’m pulling f*cking numbers, you can’t deny that,” O’Malley said. “Why do they have a problem paying someone what they’re worth? That shouldn’t be an issue. That should be, like – especially when I’m blowing up like that. Those last two fights, third-round finishes, handing out brain damage. You should be like, ‘Hell yeah, I’m gonna pay you a lot. You earned it.’ Dude, I was UFC 264.”
UFC 265 Post Fight Press Conference.
UFC 265 Post Show.
This is just tremendous content.
King of Rio.
There are fighters in the UFC who have no idea what the Showtime Kick is. Wow.
There is a small part of me that thinks O’Malley’s entire issue with Shelby and vice versa is that they are both named Sean.
Also, Jose Aldo is the best.
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