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Sean O'Malley
Sean O'Malley

Sean O'Malley Plans to Celebrate UFC 222 Win By Smoking His New Strain of Weed

Justin Golightly - March 2, 2018

In the blink of a bloodshot eye, ‘Suga’ Sean O’Malley has lifted himself high onto the main card of a pay-per-view. His blazing performance against Terrion Ware placed him just under the co-main event slot against Andre Soukhamthath at tomorrow’s UFC 222. O’Malley plans to puff, puff, and pass through the former CES MMA bantamweight champ and celebrate in Vegas. When the smoke in the Octagon clears, Sean O’Malley plans to spark up once again at the after-party with his own custom strain. “We’re releasing the new strain, Suga Show OG. It’s a mix between Lemonhead and OG 92. I think they’re going to bring a good amount of that. They’re gonna have dab rigs set up. We’re gonna have a juice bar. The ultimate recovery: Smoking some weed and drinking some veggies. I’ve never been more excited to go knock someone out. It’s on a pay-per-view card, it’s at T-Mobile. There’s going to be millions of people watching it. I love proving people wrong. […] You need to buy the PPV to witness this hype train is real. I’m going to go out there and prove everyone who is calling this fake wrong. I’m going to go out there and get another viral knockout.”

Sean O'Malley
Sean O'Malley

VIDEO | UFC 222 Staredown Gets Heated Between Sean O'Malley and Andre Soukhamthath

Justin Golightly - March 1, 2018

Well, that escalated quickly… Who you got, @SugaSeanMMA or @AndreSoukMMA? 😮#UFC222 — (@MMAFighting) March 1, 2018

Sean O'Malley
Sean O'Malley

Sean O'Malley Predicts 'Best Performance' Yet Against Andre Soukhamthath at UFC 222

Justin Golightly - February 27, 2018

If you didn’t know who Sean O’Malley was after his performance on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender series and the post-fight blunt sharing with Snoop Dogg, then you most likely found out about him in December of last year when he made his impressive UFC debut. He’ll get another chance to shine this weekend against former CES MMA bantamweight champion Andre Soukhamthath. In case you were wondering, O’Malley isn’t sweating it. “I feel like I’m gonna go out there, perform really well, and I don’t know if they’re gonna want to fight me. They’re gonna see how well-rounded my game is and I’m not gonna feel like I have a target on my back. Maybe a couple guys will be calling me out, but I haven’t really thought about it. A lot of people show up confident to fight me. They see me on TV, they see me in person, and they think, ‘Oh, he’s pretty fast.’ But once you stand in front of me, it’s a different level of speed that you just don’t understand. I told Terrion [Ware] before walking out, ‘I’m too fast, you’re gonna feel too slow.’ And at the end of the first round in his corner, he told his coach, ‘I feel slow.'”

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UFC 209's Andre Soukhamthath updates on the Blackzilians: The team kind of split

Tom Taylor - March 2, 2017

This weekend, the UFC will return to glimmering Las Vegas, Nevada with UFC 209. The card is stacked to the rim with top UFC talent, featuring names like Tyron Woodley, Stephen Thompson, Khabib Nurmagomedov, Tony Ferguson, Alistair Overeem and Mark Hunt. Long before any of these established superstars step into the cage, however, Rhode Island’s Andre Soukhamthath will make his UFC debut against Albert Morales. The former CES bantamweight champion, Soukhamthath has done much of his recent training with the Blackzilians in South Florida. Regrettably, the Blackzilians camp has been enduring a rather public split, as inner conflict has caused the team to splinter.