Sean O'Malley claims he’s allowed to cheat on wife because he 'pays for everything’
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UFC champion Sean O'Malley might be a heavy hitter in the ring, but he’s made some pretty low blows recently.
The Phoenix fighter has claimed he’s ‘allowed’ to cheat on his wife, Danya Gonzalez, because he ‘pays for everything’.
Having not figured out that fidelity isn't related to his bank balance, the Bantamweight then proudly boasted that he was a ‘king’. (Grim!)
Whilst he’s happy to overlook his own mistakes, O’Malley isn’t happy for Gonzalez to do the same.
After being prompted by the podcast host, the UFC fighter responded: “Nah that ain’t happening.”
In fact, O’Malley claimed he had the right to cheat as he funds their extravagant lifestyle.
He even told the host Bradley Martyn: “I’m a king, I pay for everything.”
“I treat Danya like a queen. If I get a little p**s on the side, what does that have to do with anything?"
He then added that his hormones also factored into his appalling attitude, saying: “I have testosterone running through my veins; it’s simple.”
His controversial comments quickly went viral with fans calling him out online.
After a clip of the awful interview was shared Twitter, many reacted angrily in the comments.
One person wrote: “wild a** take. why get married at that point? you should never cheat on ur wife. period.”
Others agreed, with another adding: “This guy is a real treat, will end up broke and without a wife in no time.”
Meanwhile, a third former fan hit out at the UFC fighter’s self-proclaimed ‘King’ status in a brutal tweet.
“Bro has made $1 million in career earnings not calculating the nearly 50% in taxes, and he thinks he is some sort of king,” the user wrote as they roasted the Bantamweight.
Some even joked about O’Malley’s marriage, saying that he would soon end up divorced given how open he’d been about his betrayal.
“Well if there’s one thing he doesn’t want to do, it’s broadcast that he is sleeping with other women, because the monetary inequity allows him the right to disregard her feelings," tweeted a fourth.
They then added: “Divorce lawyers love public declarations like no one else.”
Here’s hoping O’Malley comes to his senses when the bell rings.