(Video) UFC’s Sean O’Malley gifts mother and wife $50,000 each

Sean O’Malley is an emerging star in the world of UFC. With a vibrant personality reminiscent of McGregor’s, O’Malley has captured attention both inside and outside the octagon.

Sean O’Malley recognizes the immense impact his mother and wife have had on his journey. He credits his mother for giving birth to him and raising him into the person he is today. Furthermore, he acknowledges his wife’s unwavering support and attributes much of his success to her.

While O’Malley spent a memorable weekend celebrating the important women in his life, his most important training camp lies ahead. Following Aljamain Sterling’s victory over Henry Cejudo, O’Malley emerged as the next title challenger in the bantamweight division. After Sterling defeated Henry Cejudo at UFC 288, O’Malley went to the cage to face off.

Recently, he showcased a more compassionate side by gifting $100,000 on Mother’s Day to honor the two most important women in his life.


In a heartwarming act of appreciation, Sean O’Malley utilized his fortune as a mixed martial artist to gift $50,000 each to both his mother and his wife. The video was shared on his YouTube channel, and it revealed a softer side of the bantamweight knockout artist.

With this gesture, he not only honored his own mother but also acknowledged his wife Danya Gonzalez. His wife is the mother of their young daughter, Elena.


Although no official date has been set for the title bout, O’Malley expressed his desire to face the reigning bantamweight champion in August.

Sean O’Malley’s journey to the title shot has not been without setbacks. In his last bout, he showcased his resilience by defeating Petr Yan and earning the opportunity to compete for the title. But prior to this significant win, O’Malley did not fare well against top-ranked opponents.

His bout with Pedro Munhoz resulted in a no-contest, leaving both combatants frustrated. Additionally his encounter with Marlon Vera ended in defeat, marking the first loss of O’Malley’s professional career.