UFC 280’s Sean O’Malley wants a part of Aljamain Sterling’s PPV money – ‘My combat is basically essentially the most hyped’

Sean O’Malley has quickly turn into definitely one in every of Ultimate Fighting Championship’s (UFC) brightest more youthful stars although “Suga” is not ranked inside the Easiest 10 and has however to hold a world title. On the other hand, that doesn’t matter in the case of transferring the needle.

In step with O’Malley, once his combat against former UFC Bantamweight champion, Petr Yan, was once presented to move down at UFC 280 on Oct. 22, 2022, the numbers started going crazy. That’s the rationale he believes provide division champion, Aljamin Sterling, owes him a part of what he’ll get off pay-per-view (PPV) problems that he will get for his title coverage against T.J. Dillashaw on the equivalent card.

“I think this is going to be the principle time Aljo gets pay-per-view problems, because of he’s protective his belt, which is actually f*****,” O’Malley mentioned on his YouTube channel (by the use of MMA Fighting).

“He owes me like 50 percent of those,” he persisted. “UFC mainly mentioned when they presented my combat, they’ve spotted the interaction and engagement of social and the whole thing, the article merely went enlargement. My combat is basically essentially the most hyped combat on that card. I’m not taking anything transparent of Charles vs. Islam, that’s going to be a unwell combat, on the other hand me vs. Petr? It’s merely such an interesting combat.”

For sure, Sterling vs. Dillashaw will co-headline the bout, while former champion, Charles Oliveria, and Islam Makhachev preventing for the vacant Lightweight title will get best billing for the stacked PPV card.

While O’Malley shouldn’t be expecting a take a look at from “Funk Take hold of” anytime briefly, he might simply truly smartly get began earning his non-public PPV problems inside the as regards to long term must he be capable of trump Yan in Abu Dhabi. “Suga” known as for a shot at the winner of Sterling vs. Dillashaw, and if he takes out the No. 1 contender, it may well be beautiful exhausting to deny him the title combat.

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