Sean O’Malley calls out as 265-pound bodybuilder after he claims he could out wrestle Khabib: “That’s one gotta be silly, right?”

Renowned bodybuilder and YouTuber Bradley Martyn has been in the spotlight among MMA enthusiasts, but not always for the right reasons.

Martyn weighs a staggering 260lbs and hosts the popular YouTube series ‘Raw Talk.’ Recently, he featured former UFC star Nate Diaz on his show and they had discussions on various subjects.

However, Martyn pushed the envelope by asserting his capability to defeat the former UFC star in a street brawl during their interview.

Martyn’s penchant for making bold and often absurd claims doesn’t end there. He boldly stated that even former UFC heavyweight champion Demetrious Johnson would not stand a chance against him.

One of his assertions garnered a reaction from bantamweight champion Sean O’Malley.

Martyn hinted at his capability to outmatch lightweight legend Khabib Nurmagomedov in ‘street wrestling’. This claim was prompted by a tweet in the recent past.

During an episode of his podcast ‘The BrO’Malley Show,’ O’Malley voiced his thoughts:

“Bradley Martyn is confident that he can take on former undefeated UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov in ‘street wrestling’. That one’s gotta be silly, right? He’s got to be that… some of the things he says, I’m like yeah, him saying he could beat f*****g, uh, that boxer dude, I’m like possibly, for sure, but him street wrestling Khabib, that’s no shot, not a f*****g chance. I’m actually… Bradley’s coming down Friday… him versus Khabib and wrestling, yeah, there’s no shot…”

Martyn’s reputation as a huge talker regarding street brawls has not gone unnoticed. Recently an video emerged, showcasing Martyn engaged in wrestling with a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu brown belt.

Despite Martyn’s imposing physique, the opponent effortlessly threw him around him. Also, the video revealed Martyn being subjected to numerous submission holds during the sparring session. The clip was posted with the caption “Muscles don’t win fights” and drew attention to the contrast between Martyn’s claims and his actual performance.