(Video) Sean O’Malley playfully destroyed Adin Ross for 10 minutes straight on stream

Renowned Kick streamer Adin Ross recently engaged in a training session alongside UFC sensation Sean O’Malley.

Adin Ross has garnered fame through his collaborations with celebrities and his live streams of popular video games such as NBA 2K and Grand Theft Auto. He has also engaged in sparring sessions with notable figures within combat sports. Notable among these are encounters with renowned personalities like Jake Paul, Dillon Danis, Ryan Garcia.

Ross also received a vicious body blow from Alex Pereira, the current light heavyweight champion.

Recently, Adin Ross shared footage of himself engaging in a playful sparring session with UFC bantamweight world champion Sean O’Malley. This collaboration has piqued the interest of fans and enthusiasts alike.

In the video, O’Malley jokingly beat up Ross as he tried to get away from him.

Fans in the comment section made fun of Adin Ross for sparring against a professional combat athlete. Some of the comments were as follows:

“At least hes not sparring sean strickland”

“There’s a reason why adin needs a bodyguard.”

“Ive never seen someone so afraid of combat in my life”

Sean O’Malley is currently the UFC bantamweight champion. Currently ranked as the No. 6 pound-for-pound fighter globally, O’Malley’s skills within the Octagon are undeniable.

Following his August victory over former champion Aljamain Sterling with a well-timed counter-right, Sean O’Malley returned to the Octagon in March. He competed in a much-anticipated rematch with Marlon Vera, the only opponent to defeat him throughout his MMA career. O’Malley achieved his desired revenge by thoroughly dominating his Ecuadorian opponent over the course of five rounds, ultimately winning by unanimous decision.

Later this year, O’Malley had planned to defend his featherweight championship against Ilia Topuria. However, UFC CEO Dana White promptly put an end to that plan.

Looking ahead, Sean O’Malley is gearing up to defend his bantamweight title against No.1 ranked bantamweight Merab Dvalishvili. Amidst speculation regarding potential matchups, O’Malley has hinted at a September showdown. The two may potentially end up competing in the UFC 306 event at The Sphere in Las Vegas.