Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Londonjitsu, Aug 25, 2020.
Till is humble in defeat though,
O'malley says he did everything right and literally said he's a bad loser and that he's not humble, just let him be a cunt if thats his thing, why offer this villain advice lol.
Disrespectful to call it a fluke. He wasn't trying to kick him in the head and accidently caught him with a leg kick.
He threw with the intent to damage that leg and then he ended the fight, pretty straightforward.
Every so often Till does have nuggets of wisdom...
Words of wisdom and being wise O’Malley should listen but prolly won’t he is entitled like most millennials.
Sean was holding his leg like he just got his leg broken like Anderson Silva... and he needed a stretcher to carry him out lmao
Penn just wasn't motivated
It seems to be a growing trend among plenty of fighters. Always wanting the champ status but not wanting to fight or if they do they want millions. I just wish more fighters weren't so up their own ass. I think you can tell a difference between the fighters when one says something like "I know I CAN be the best" and another says "I know I AM the best".
To be fair at least Till got blacked out by a former champ and a current contender and lost a close decision to another former champion...what about O'Malley? First ranked guy he fights(who's 15th btw) KO'd him after he got a sore leg....I mean is it even injured?
Now instead of accepting the humble pie he was force fed, like Till did, he'd rather go the route of crying 'I did everything right, I got unlucky' rather than admit he got his shit pushed in on the night.
what if he's down because he had his legs kicked out from underneath him, then got tko'd on his back?
Starting to warm to Darren Till.
He is right, just own it, and stop being an excuse-making twat, and move onto your next fight.
O'Malley doesn't have the right mind-set.
Over-inflated ego, unable to accept a loss, sad stuff.
Sean seems like a peaceful protester.
Very good points -- I wish so much wasn't thought of with regard to win/loss records. It is certainly relevant, but not nearly as much as other factors. Wins and losses shouldn't define a fighter's legacy in my opinion given that there are so many other dynamics to consider that supercede it.
I'm sorry, what?
Tills new teeth have really made him turn a new leaf
Give O’Malley a top 10 and let him accept that. Nothing but top matches. See how fast he retires.
He's trying his best to replicate conor, in many ways
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