Bodily functions are an essential part of everyday training when you’re a martial artist. Through out the years it has happened several times that a fighter loses control of bodily functions in the cage. However we don’t hear often about it happening in training – simply because it’s not a great thing to share about the person it had happened to.
‘Suga’ Sean O’Malley turned out to be not so sweet and recently shared something on this topic.
In 2021 O’Malley had a successful year. He had managed to build on his brand – and at the same time he was very upfront about wanting to pick and choose his opponents and be paid accordingly.
However this year O’Malley shared an interesting revelation – he had made a fellow fighter defecate himself in sparring. And well technically that would be a TKO – via bodily fluids.
Sean O’Malley shared the anecdote on the The Full Send Podcast.
“He didn’t believe that I was a fighter.” O’Malley said. “Tim [Welch] worked at this UFC gym, so they had a ring, and we brought him over there, not in like a mean way, he wanted to fight me, not fight, he wanted to spar. I f***ing kicked him in the body and he s*** all over the mat. Literally s*** all over the mat. But we didn’t know, we kept going, kept fighting.”
“I stepped in it, stepped in his s***.” O’Malley continued. “It was horrible. We finish the round, and then Tim was like, ‘There’s s***,’ and we thought it was by dog, ’cause we recorded the video. I wish we still had it, dude. It was probably seven or eight years ago…
“In the video you can see, we thought it was my dog, my little dog was there, so I ended up cleaning it up because I thought it was my dog. We watched the video back; you can see the s*** come out of his shorts… That was the only time anyone ever kind of wanted to fight me and didn’t believe that I was a fighter.”
There you have it folks – if you drop into his gym make sure to bring ample toilet paper!
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Since 2014, Benny A. King has been fully immersed in the world of combat sports. Starting with a blog about Greco Roman wrestling, Benny’s passion for combat sports has led him to explore various disciplines.