- Sean O’Malley is looking forward to giving fans a masterful performance against Marlon Vera at UFC 299
- “Sugar” believes he would knockout Vera one way or another
Sean O’Malley is unsurprisingly confident ahead of his title fight with Marlon Vera at UFC 299. The reigning champ is certain that the fight would end in a knockout and he would pull off an unforgettable performance.
Sean promises performance for the ages
Speaking to The Schmo, O’Malley boasted about already knowing what Vera would do inside the Octagon. As per “Sugar,” he has something “unseen before” in store for Vera and the fans.
“He’s going to have to come up with some new sh*t, like a new stance or something. If he’s going to stand left foot forward, KO. He stands right foot forward, KO. So, I don’t know, he will have to figure something out,” O’Malley said.
“We are going to see something we have seen before, which is a KO but I think this level of performance I’m about to put on is going to be something just unseen before. The reason is because Chito is so tough, so durable, so I’m going to have to hit him with so many right hands, so many left hands, so many knees. It will just be a beautiful, masterful performance. I’m going to unlock a new level for everyone. Everyone is going to say, ‘Oh wow that is a level capable of being reached.’ I’m going to inspire a lot of people by showing them that,” he continued.
Chito wouldn’t hit Sean
O’Malley also insists that he is way better than Vera in all aspects of fighting and he might finish his title challenger without getting hit.
“I don’t think it’s going to be an easy fight, I do think it’s going to be an easy fight though… [I’m] too fast, too strong, too sharp, too focused, gonna go in there hit him in his chin and I’m not going to get hit and that’s probably how the fight’s going to go,” O’Malley said.
O’Malley lost to Vera in their first showdown via a first-round TKO. With that in mind, “Sugar” will be hoping to avenge his defeat and successfully defend his title in a sensational way.
Check out O’Malley’s full interview: