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Sean O’Malley

Sean O’Malley

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Sean O’Malley is an American professional mixed martial artist and UFC fighter. He currently competes in the bantamweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Also, he is ranked No. 13 in the UFC Bantamweight rankings as of December 13, 2021.

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Profession:Athlete
Date of Birth:

October 24, 1994

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History:

Nine hundred thousand

Place of birth:
Helen, Montana
Height (m):

1.80

Religion:

Christendom

Marital status:

In relation

Sean O’Malley Biography, EarlyLife

The MMA star was born on October 24, 1994 as Sean Daniel O’Malley in Helena, Montana, United States of America. He was raised by his father Dan O’Malley, a retired narcotics officer, while there is not much information about his mother. His grandmother is Irish and of mixed ethnicity. In addition, he has the American nationality.

He began his fighting career under the nickname “Sugar” given to him by one of his MMA trainers in Montana early in his career. He first fought in Montana and then moved to fight in North Dakota. Ultimately, he fought for Legacy Fighting Alliance, where he scored a highlight knockout over David Nuzzo. After that, he earned a spot on Dana White’s Contender Series 2. He was later awarded a UFC contract after knocking down Alfred Khashakyan.

On December 1, 2017, his promotional debut was against Terrion Ware at The Ultimate Fighter 26 Finale winning the fight via unanimous decision. Since then, he has been fighting in the UFC. In addition to his wrestling career, he has co-hosted his own podcast called The Timbo Sugar show along with his friend and head trainer, Tim Welch.

Sean O’Malley Education

We don’t know what schools he went to because we don’t have any information about them.

Sean O’Malley’s Height, And Weight

The MMA star competes in one of the most coveted fights in the UFC. He is believed to be 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs about 61 kg.

Career

Ultimate Fighting Championship

O’Malley’s promotional debut came against Terrion Ware on December 1, 2017 at The Ultimate Fighter 26 Finale. O’Malley won the fight via unanimous decision.

O’Malley next faced Andre Soukhamthath on March 3, 2018 at UFC 222. He won the fight by unanimous decision, despite injuring his foot in the third round. This fight earned both participants a Fight of the Night bonus.

O’Malley was expected to face José Alberto Quiñónez on October 6, 2018 at UFC 229. However, O’Malley announced that he was out of the fight on September 30 due to a potential Anti-Doping Policy violation. On October 25, O’Malley received hip surgery while waiting to receive judgment pending his potential violation. Subsequently, O’Malley was suspended for six months by the NSAC after testing positive for ostarine. He became eligible to return as of March 2019.

O’Malley was scheduled to face Marlon Vera on July 6, 2019 at UFC 239. However, O’Malley announced his withdrawal from the bout on June 21, 2019 due to a failed test for ostarine. The Nevada State Athletic Commission decided to suspend him due to the failed test and he was suspended for 6 months by USADA. The ostarine in his system was likely residual from his previously failed test prior to UFC 229.

O’Malley faced José Alberto Quiñónez at UFC 248 on March 7, 2020. He won the fight via TKO in the first round. This win earned him his first Performance of the Night award.

O’Malley faced former WEC Bantamweight Champion Eddie Wineland at UFC 250 on June 6, 2020. He won the fight via one-punch knockout in the first round. This win earned him the Performance of the Night.

O’Malley faced Marlon Vera in the co-main event of UFC 252 on August 15, 2020. Early in the fight, O’Malley was kicked in the peroneal nerve, resulting in an injury and went on to lose the fight via TKO in round one. He was later diagnosed with drop foot.

O’Malley faced Thomas Almeida on March 27, 2021 at UFC 260. During the first round O’Malley dropped Almeida with a punch, and walked away thinking that Almeida had been knocked unconscious. Despite this he won the fight via knockout in the third round. This win earned him the Performance of the Night award.

O’Malley was scheduled to face Louis Smolka on July 10, 2021 at UFC 264. However, Smolka pulled out of the fight in late June citing injury, and he was replaced by promotional newcomer Kris Moutinho. He won the bout via TKO in round three, after outstriking Moutinho with hard shots for all three rounds. This fight earned him the Fight of the Night award.

O’Malley faced Raulian Paiva on December 11, 2021 at UFC 269. He won the fight via first round TKO. The win also earned O’Malley his fourth Performance of the Night bonus award.

Sean O’Malley’s Net Worth

As for his income, he has been earning a good income from his wrestling career. Therefore, he has an estimated net worth of around $900,000. Also, he also had a very short time span, but also had a successful career in the UFC.

Endorsement

O’Malley is a Reebok-endorsed fighter. In 2017, he also joined the sports company Sanabul. Venum, Crypto.com, Dr. Dabber, MyBookieMMA, and King Palm are among the companies that sponsor him.

Sean O’Malley’s Wife, Marriage, Children

O’Malley is currently in an open relationship with his wife. In late 2020, O’Malley and his wife Danya had a daughter named Elena.

Sean O’Malley Awards

Championships and accomplishments

  • Fight of the Night (Three times)
  • Performance of the Night (Four times)
  • Tied (Pedro Munhoz) for second-most post-fight bonuses in UFC Bantamweight division history (7)
  • Tied (Eddie Wineland & Song Yadong) for fourth most knockouts in UFC Bantamweight division history (5)

FAQ

What is the net worth of Sean O’Malley?

His net worth is 900,000 dollars.

What is the height of Sean O’Malley?

His height is 5 feet 11 inches.

What is the age of Sean O’Malley?

His age is 28 years as of 2023.

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