Sean O’Malley talks about potential card that includes UFC mega-stars

Tim Welch and Sean O’Malley not too long ago mentioned an incredible struggle card that would contain Conor McGregor, Nate Diaz, Nick Diaz, and Jorge Masvidal.

Welch opined that the UFC ought to put each the Diaz brothers on the identical card. He said that Nate Diaz ought to end his trilogy with Conor McGregor, Nick Diaz ought to struggle Jorge Masvidal, and the entire occasion ought to happen in Madison Sq. Backyard. Whereas talking on the TimboSugarShow, Welch advised O’Malley the next:

“I used to be pondering the sickest card they might put collectively. ‘Nate you are preventing Conor once more. It might be your final struggle or no matter. Nick you are preventing Masvidal, identical card. MSG.’ It will be f*cking loopy.”

Watch Sean O’Malley and Tim Welch talk about the potential UFC card:

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Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz have already fought twice. The Stockton native gained by way of submission of their first conflict at UFC 196, however the Irishman leveled the rating by profitable a choice at UFC 202. A 3rd struggle between the duo has at all times been a chance, but it has never materialized.

In the meantime, Jorge Masvidal vs. Nick Diaz was near being finalized for UFC 235, because the elder Diaz brother seemed set to make his return to the octagon. Nonetheless, the conflict by no means got here to fruition. Masvidal went on to struggle Nate Diaz at UFC 244 and gained the BMF title.

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Sean O’Malley will look to boost his inventory with a win towards Pedro Munhoz at UFC 276

Whereas Sean O’Malley was speaking a couple of struggle card involving the most important UFC superstars, ‘Sugar’ is himself a fascinating star. The rising bantamweight contender makes his return to the UFC octagon this weekend, taking over Pedro Munhoz in a scintillating conflict within the 135-pound division.

‘Sugar’ is at present the No.13-ranked bantamweight contender and is on a three-fight profitable streak heading into his struggle towards Munhoz. His final win got here towards Raulian Paiva at UFC 269.

Munhoz, in the meantime, is on a two-fight dropping streak and has misplaced 4 out of his final 5.

With a win, O’Malley can break into the highest 10 of the UFC. Given his star energy, the teenager may quickly discover himself within the title image if he places on a powerful efficiency towards Pedro Munhoz this weekend.


Edited by kennedyking2016

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