Media Till tells O'Malley to accept his loss

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  1. Londonjitsu Brown Belt

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  2. Do better Blue Belt

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    But but the UFC likes him so no way he lost! That was an illegal kick and O'Malley deserved a few days to recover
     
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    O'Malley should listen to Till, he has experience in losing..
     
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    Easier said than done, especially for an egomaniac
     
  5. The Witcher відродитися

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    18-3 ? Ok breh
     
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  6. Reach4theSky Playin' a riddim

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    Yep, 3 times more experienced than O'Malley..
     
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    Gotta live till ben streightening bums out fir years
     
  8. muaytao Brown Belt

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    Feed O’Malley to top 10 already I feel like he will be in bellator after a few fights
     
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    Maybe a conversation with BJ would be more suitable
     
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    Thats cool of Till to reach out like that, normally he don't fehhhkin kehr!
     
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    Conversation with Happy End? Sounds ghey.

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    O'Malley also got beat as an amateur. People in glass houses and all that.
     
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    It was at an airport.
     
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    This is why Darren IMO will one day be champ. accepting your loss, going back to the drawing board and starting over. Thats Champ shit right there.
     
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    I think O'Malley's sour grapes stem mostly from the fact that he thinks the guy that beat him wasn't really good. Well, the thing is, most top fighters have one early loss to a relative unknown or a journeyman. Rampage lost to Marvin Eastman in his first pro fight, Chuck lost to Jeremy Horn, Randy lost to Overeem's bro, Anderson Silva lost to Luiz Azevedo, etc. It's kinda part of their trajectory towards greatness, in the early days of their careers when they develop.

    O'Malley sounds like a guy with that archetypical "millenial" attitude...wants immediate greatness, but won't accept it when the going gets tough, because he had this vision that he'd just run through guys one after the other, get promoted like crazy and be drawn a path to superstardom and championship level fights that is meant to be flawless. Now he lost to a guy he considers as a journeyman, and is making a shit ton of excuses and crybaby bullshit. And that's why it's so satisfying to see him lose.
     
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    Till knows how to accept a loss. He posted something a few months ago which was a meme of him getting knocked out by Mas.
     
  17. hoevan Blue Belt

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    What does Till know about losing? Even when he loses, he wins.
    He lost to Woodley he gets Masvidal, loses to Masvidal gets Gastelem, loses to Whittaker gets Hermanson. What does it matter if Till loses? He's always 1-2 wins away from a title shot.
     
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  18. Supasalta3000 White Belt

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    Yeah Sean is in denial just accept that you lost and try to grow as a fighter words of wisdom from The Gorilla there
     
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    It was a fluke win. No wonder Sean is disappointed. Seems his haters are acting like bitches, not Sean. Kicking a man when he's down is typical bitch behavior.
     
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    1-3 in his last four, goof. 2 of which he got destroyed in (Woodley/Masvidal)
     
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