Henry Cejudo hits out at “Princess” Sean O’Malley after dance video post injury


Sean O’Malley posted a dancing video after suffering an injury at UFC 252

Sean O’Malley picked up a serious-looking injury in his last fight at UFC 252.

Sugar, as he is called, came into the fight against Marlon Vera undefeated in his MMA career. There were talks of him getting a title shot sooner rather than later if he got the win.

Sean O'Malley picked up an injury in his last fight
Sean O’Malley (L) kicks Marlon Vera of Ecuador 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 via Getty Images)

However, things didn’t work out for him as he suffered a leg injury in the bout. Vera had first kicked O’Malley a few times in the first round. O’Malley tried to punch Vera next but he twisted his ankle and suffered some sort of injury.

Vera took advantage of this situation and got the TKO win. While there were concerns that O’Malley had suffered a serious injury, Sugar was seen dancing about a few days after the clash.

This was his first loss in the MMA circuit and his career record is now 12-1. However, it is great to see him almost 100% fit.

Cejudo unimpressed by O’Malley

Sugar came into this fight talking a lot of trash and many expected him to get the W over Vera.

Former two-division UFC champion Henry Cejudo, who was one of O’Malley’s targets in his workout videos, didn’t take too kindly to this new dancing video of Sugar.

Cejudo isn’t averse to having a go at UFC stars. Triple C has a habit of taking shots on social media and did the same to O’Malley next.

While Cejudo will go down as one of the greatest UFC stars of all-time, he still has a chance of returning to the promotion.

Cejudo is keen on winning a title in a third division and has called out Alexander Volkanovski in the past.

Henry Cejudo announced his retirement after defeating Dominick Cruz at UFC 249
Henry Cejudo celebrates after defeating Dominick Cruz in their bantamweight title fight during UFC 249 at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena on May 09, 2020 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images)

It will be interesting to see if that clash does happen. As for O’Malley, it is great to see his enthusiasm hasn’t gone down even after the loss.

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