Sean O’Malley reacts to Tony Ferguson’s fall

Sean O’Malley shares his thoughts on Tony Ferguson's daunting losing streak.

by Aryan Lakhani
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Sean O’Malley reacts to Tony Ferguson’s fall

Tony Ferguson, even in his worst nightmare, wouldn’t have expected to strangle himself into a never ending losing streak. After the recent loss against Bobby Green, Tony Ferguson has updated his professional MMA record to 26-9 and extended his losing streak to 6.

His true fans will never stop supporting him and cheering him for his future matches. Sean O’Malley defends Tony Ferguson and still has faith in him; he believes Ferguson should fight one more match and show the world who he really is.

Ferguson is far from done; retirement seems to be far from the list of options.

Sean O’Malley on Ferguson’s losing streak

Recently on the Timbo Sugar Podcast, Sean O’Malley spoke about Tony Ferguson and explained how his losses aren’t as bad as they appear to be.

O’Malley believes Ferguson should get one more chance to prove himself. “Tony Ferguson (is) on a six-fight losing streak,” O’Malley said, as quoted by mmajunkie.usatoday.com. “‘Entering his prime’ though so that’s ******* encouraging if you’re a Tony Ferguson fan.

Bobby Green looked slick on the feet, throwing his one-twos, his two-ones, from his hip, fast as ****. Tony was eating them until he was sleeping on them”. O’Malley further said: I say give him one more, I don’t (want to count him out)… Listen to who he lost to: (Justin) Gaethje, Charles Oliveira, Beneil Dariush, Michael Chandler, Nate Diaz, Bobby Green.

He’s not losing to turds”. Ferguson was submitted by Bobby Green, but those last 10 seconds were nothing but a portrayal of grit and unwavering determination – It is worth knowing that Tony did not give up; he refused to tap even though he was suffocating to breathe; the referee had to interfere.

What Ferguson did in the last 10 seconds hasn’t been highlighted enough, but people should know that it was an other-worldly effort and not many fighters would do what he did.

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