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Sean O’Malley’s Controversial KO Victory at UFC 292

Read about Sean O’Malley’s controversial knockout victory at UFC 292 and the reactions it sparked. Get the latest updates on Brookliyn Wren’s unfortunate encounter with blood and Chris Weidman’s injury woes.

In a stunning turn of events, Sean O’Malley secured a knockout victory over reigning champion Aljamain Sterling at UFC 292 . The fight ended in controversy as many fans and professionals believed it was an early stoppage. O’Malley showcased his exceptional takedown defense and delivered a powerful right hand that resembled Conor McGregor’s iconic KO of Jose Aldo.

Despite the criticism, it is evident that the UFC is determined to elevate O’Malley as the next superstar. Dana White, the president of the UFC, even claims that O’Malley is already a superstar. The promotion wasted no time in sharing the video of the knockout on their social media platforms, a move that is unusual for such high-profile fights.

Brookliyn Wren’s Unfortunate Encounter

During the UFC 292 broadcast, fans couldn’t help but notice the captivating ring girl, Brookliyn Wren. However, Wren had an unexpected encounter with blood during the event. She took to Twitter to share that she had gotten blood on her shoulder and arm from one of the fighters as he was leaving the octagon. Fans expressed concern for her well-being and showed their support on social media.

Chris Weidman’s Injury Woes Continue

Chris Weidman’s return to the UFC was met with disappointment as he suffered a defeat against Brad Tavares. Weidman endured multiple leg kicks and groin shots throughout the fight, ultimately losing via unanimous decision. To make matters worse, Weidman had to leave the arena in a wheelchair, indicating a potential ligament tear in his knee. Dana White expressed his concern for Weidman’s well-being and suggested that it may be time for him to retire.

Stay tuned for more updates on UFC 292 and the latest news from the world of mixed martial arts.

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