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Sean O’Malley calls Henry Cejudo ‘fat’ and ‘drunk’ after interrupting UFC 276 interview

Sean O’Malley called Henry Cejudo ‘fat’ and ‘drunk’ after the latter interrupted the former’s UFC 276 post-fight interview on Saturday night in a scene that looked like it came straight out of an episode of The Office.

O’Malley opened the main card at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas by accidentally poking Pedro Munhoz in the eye, leading to a no contest.

Despite the result, O’Malley said he considered this a win and shortly after was interrupted by Cejudo.

“I’d love a tune-up. What do you say, Precious?” said Cejudo. “I’m good to go. When would you want to bend the knee, at what time?

“Because I think you absolutely suck. Go on, carry on with the interview, go ahead.”

O’Malley calls Cejudo fat, drunk and on drugs

After saying that nobody takes Cejudo seriously, O’Malley continued talking about the incident during the post-fight press conference.

O’Malley accused Cejudo of being fat, drunk and on drugs, saying he was stumbling over things backstage before getting escorted out of the building.

That little fat ass should stay retired,” O’Malley said. “He’s running around drunk in the backstage, got escorted out, he was tripping over things, running into things.

Looks like he’s on drugs. Looks fat. I don’t know if he’s having a mid-life crisis or what. He mumbled some words like that, is anyone realistic? Does Henry come back? He looks fat as shit, what, does he want to fight in three years?”

Cejudo, 35, is a former Olympic champion who claimed the flyweight title in 2018 and the bantamweight title in 2019, making him one of four people in UFC history to hold simultaneous titles

He retired in 2020 after defending his bantamweight title against Dominick Cruz and has since been calling out fighters while claiming he wants to come out of retirement.

UFC President Dana White has previously stated many times that he has moved on from Cejudo.

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