Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight strikers Sean O’Malley and Thomas Almeida will do battle this end of the week (Sat., March 27, 2021) at UFC 260 inside UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Despite the fact that still intellectually undefeated, Sean O’Malley’s rocket ride to the highest point of the Bantamweight division got somewhat rough when “Chito” Vera elbowed his skull through the material. Daydream to the side, O’Malley is as yet a staggering striker with a ton of potential for incredible exhibitions, so it could be indiscreet to discount him at this time. Almeida, in the interim, has additionally dedicated wild activities of savagery inside the Octagon, however he’s endured in excess of a solitary mishap. At a certain point, the Brazilian Chute Boxe agent was on his own most optimized plan of attack to the title, yet he’s since lost four of his last five sessions and battled rather rarely.
Key Wins: Eddie Wineland (UFC 250), Jose Alberto Quinonez (UFC 248), Terrion Ware (TUF 26 Finale), Andre Soukhamthath (UFC 222)
Key Losses: Marlon Vera (UFC 252)
Keys to Victory: There is both style and substance to O’Malley’s kickboxing match-up. “Suga” streams between positions quite well, tossing truly weighty round and twist kicks from one or the other side. Bluffing and pulling, O’Malley is continually hoping to time his hefty right hand also.
This is as indicated by O’Malley himself, who is educating fans to prohibit him from their battle wagers. O’Malley will be battling Almeida on the PPV fundamental card in a significant gathering of strikers in the UFC’s jam-stuffed bantamweight division.
Almeida’s savage hurricane is certainly to be evaded, and O’Malley can help control it right on time by beginning rapidly. Jonathan Martinez did as such by pummeling left kicks when his rival ventured forward, and O’Malley could appear to be identical. A couple of enormous kicks as Almeida ventures forward to toss could truly shake his certainty.
Likewise, O’Malley needs to keep his feet moving. There’s nothing more discouraging to a striker than when punches are absent. In the event that “Suga” can make his enemy hit air early, it develops increasingly more likely that he assumes responsibility for the distance or finds a battle completing strike.