Sean O’Malley exposes the corrupt practices of MMA managers, shedding light on their unethical actions and plans to expose a certain manager. UFC cuts ties with three fighters. Andrew Tate documentary to air on BBC Three.
Sean O’Malley, the rising star in the UFC, has recently come forward to shed light on the unethical practices of MMA managers. In an exclusive interview with TSN’s Aaron Bronsteter, O’Malley revealed his plans to expose a certain manager and bring their shady business dealings to the forefront.
O’Malley, who took on self-management last year, has been a vocal critic of managers taking exorbitant commissions from fighters’ paychecks and even claiming a share of their UFC bonuses without providing any substantial services in return.
The talented fighter posted a cryptic tweet, stating, ‘MMA managers are so bad,’ and urged his fans to stay tuned for more revelations. He believes that his exposé will have a significant impact and will rightfully damage someone’s business.
During the interview, O’Malley expressed his disdain for MMA managers, calling their actions embarrassing and accusing them of stealing money from fighters. Although he did not mention any names, speculation suggests that his previous association with Vayner Sports might be the target of his expose.
Furthermore, O’Malley criticized Lloyd Pierson, a representative from Vayner Sports, for his disrespectful comments about Geoff Neal after Neal’s withdrawal from the Ian Garry fight. This incident further fueled O’Malley’s determination to expose the corrupt practices within the industry.
The UFC star’s revelations have sparked a much-needed conversation about the role and accountability of MMA managers. It remains to be seen how O’Malley’s expose will impact the industry and whether it will lead to reforms that protect fighters’ financial interests.
UFC Cuts Ties with 3 Fighters
In other news, the UFC has recently made the decision to release three fighters from their roster. Tyson Nam , Charles Rosa, and Mandy Bohm are the latest casualties of the promotion’s cuts.
Nam, who suffered two consecutive losses this year, was let go after his defeats against Bruno Silva and Azat Maksum. Charles Rosa, who has lost four out of his last five fights, including a bout against Nathaniel Wood, also faced the same fate.
Surprisingly, Mandy Bohm, who secured a victory in her most recent fight against Ji Yeon Kim, was also released. Despite bouncing back from two previous losses, Bohm’s performance was not enough to secure her spot in the UFC.
The news of these cuts was announced on UFC Roster Watch’s Twitter account, leaving fans and fighters alike speculating about the future of these athletes in the sport.
Andrew Tate Documentary to Air on BBC Three
Lastly, a highly anticipated documentary about Andrew Tate, a controversial figure known for his right-wing views and notorious arrest, is set to premiere on BBC Three.
Titled ‘Andrew Tate: The Man Who Groomed the World?,’ the film is the result of a four-year investigation into Tate’s life and rise to fame. Investigative journalists Matt Shea and Jamie Tahsin have delved deep into Tate’s inner circle, exploring his ideologies and the potential impact of his global network.
The documentary promises to expose the individuals who have played a significant role in shaping Tate’s public image and reveal the extent of his influence, which may have affected countless victims across multiple continents.
Audiences can expect an eye-opening look into the inner workings of Andrew Tate’s world and the consequences of his actions. The documentary aims to shed light on the dark side of fame and the potential harm caused by influential figures like Tate.