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“My goal is to have more fights than Chito,” Sean O’Malley arranges after Marlon Vera’s fighting record before breaking into the top 10 »FirstSportz

Sean O'Malley Marlon Vera
Sean O’Malley and Marlon Vera

Sean O’Malley would have had a perfect track record in his professional career if it hadn’t been for a bottom competitor Marlon Vera.

UFC fan favorite, Sean O’Malley had a 14-1-0 record his entire professional career. The Suga Show broke into the UFC through Dana White’s Series Contenders. This fighter has been one of the most interesting fighters to see inside the octagon since he was introduced to the UFC.

In a recent tweet, Sean named his opponent and said he would break Chito’s fighting record. Marlon Vera has an 18-7-1 record of his entire MMA career while O’Malley is only four games short. Despite his great performances, Sean has yet to rank.

“My goal is to have more matches than Chito before I get in the top 10. 18 and so on,” O’Malley wrote in his recent tweet that he wanted to beat Vera’s fighting record before he actually broke in. Top 10 bantamweight rankings.

Is Sean O’Malley still stuck on that loss with Chito Vera?

Sean O'Malley has a leg injury
Sean O’Malley after his fight against Chito Vera

O’Malley has finished in four of his seven fights in the UFC since 2017. The boxer has only one loss on his record and it came from his bout with a bantamweight fighter. Marlon Vera. Suga Show lost via TKO when his leg was hurt in the fight for Vera to finish him off.

In the past, Sean has admitted that he doesn’t consider the loss to rival Vera an L in his books. This boxer believes that if it weren’t for the leg injury, Chito would not have won. A rematch between Vera and O’Malley happened recently but Suga Show rejected the fight.

Sean is scheduled to fight at UFC 269 while Vera is about to have a stunning victory over the UFC legend Frankie Edgar at UFC 268 at Madison Square Garden. Would you like to see Sean and Chito run it again?

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