Video – Sean O’Malley and Ryan Garcia Get Into Heated Debate During Live Stream: ‘I Could Literally Kill You’

'Sugar' and 'King Ryan' immediately got into a war of words after the UFC champ Facetimed Garcia during a recent live stream

Sean O Malley And Ryan Garcia
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The intense online feud between UFC bantamweight champion Sean O’Malley and boxing star Ryan Garcia rages on.

After trading barbs back and forth over the last few months on social media, ‘Sugar’ decided to Facetime Ryan during a recent live stream of Call of Duty: Warzone. 

As expected, it took no less than 10 seconds for the two combat sports stars to start lobbing insults at one another before once again agreeing to a fight.

“Ryan, man! Congrats on beating Devin Haney,” O’Malley said. “I won’t lie, though, I feel like I could take Devin too, what do you think?”

“I’d whoop you’re a** in MMA and boxing,” Garcia snapped back.

“Be honest, in reality, I could literally kill you in a few minutes — I could actually kill you,” O’Malley countered. “You’re all talk though, that’s all talk; that’s not real-life sh*t. I would kill you and that’s got to make you feel like a b*tch.”

Though it was difficult to hear much of what Garcia was saying, it appears as though ‘King Ryan’ is more interested in fighting Sean O’Malley in the cage rather than the ring. The two even agreed to compete at 145 pounds after O’Malley insisted that he could “do whatever” weight class Garcia wanted. 

Ryan Garcia Faces Fines and Suspension Following 

Last month, Ryan Garcia earned the biggest win of his career, scoring a majority decision victory over Devin Haney. Unfortunately, Garcia’s win was mired in controversy after it was revealed that he tested positive for ostarine in urine samples collected before the fight

Garcia has vehemently denied any wrongdoing and requested that the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association test his B-sample. If Garcia is found guilty, “he faces a suspension and a fine, and the result of his decision win over Haney will be overturned if he’s found guilty,” according to ESPN’s Mike Coppinger. 

After learning of the news, Devin Haney sent a letter to the New York State Athletic Commission, formally requesting them to overturn the decision to a disqualification. In the letter, Haney’s attorney, Pat English, also argued that Garcia gained an “unfair advantage” after showing up more than three pounds over the contracted weight limit before later admitting that it was an intentional tactic.

“Team Haney is thirsty for a ‘W.’ They can’t let go of the fact that they, as a team, underperformed and underestimated Ryan Garcia,” Garcia’s attorney Darin Chavez told ESPN. “They want something to blame, so they are attempting to cast the blame for the loss on Ryan’s weight — which they agreed to and accepted a large money payment, and now the A-sample VADA finding — which is nothing more than a supplement contamination issue. … The reality for the Haney camp is that the loss on April 20 was simply due to Ryan Garcia proving that he was and is the superior fighter. Period.”

Published on May 16, 2024 at 12:46 pm
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