UFC star Sean O’Malley assists Jake Paul in beating Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett in a boxing match
‘He’d screw him up’: UFC star Sean O’Malley supports Jake Paul in beating Paddy Pimblett in a boxing match and points to the Liverpool man’s poor punching execution in his recent bout with Jared Gordon
- Sean O’Malley has argued that if they boxed, Jake Paul would punch Paddy Pimblett
- He pointed out subpar punches from “Baddy” in his recent fight with Jared Gordon
- Pimblett won the fight from UD, but the result was not without controversy
- Some commentators felt the fight should have gone in Gordon’s favour
- Paul offered Pimblett a £1million prize if he could beat him in a sparring match
Sean O’Malley has suggested that if the two fought in a boxing match, Jake Paul Paddy would “screw up” “The Baddy”.
Paul and Pimblett have had a row since the Liverpudlian fighter accused Paul of rigging his recent win over Anderson Silva, prompting the former YouTuber to invite him to come and bail him out for a price of “1million pounds”.
For O’Malley, the sparring session would not go well for Pimblett, as he said on his podcast: “Jake is a lot taller than Paddy, a better and cleaner boxer. Jake probably fucks Paddy in a boxing match, especially after watching his fight with Gordon.
Pimblett beat Jared Gordon unanimously, but the result was not without controversy
Sean O’Malley felt Pimblett’s batting was not up to par despite the eventual result
The 27-year-old faced controversy after beating Jared Gordon by unanimous decision in their last fight as some commentators scored the fight in Gordon’s favour.
O’Malley continued, “It’s weird because Paddy has decent technique, but when it comes to throwing punches in the cage, he throws from his hip or doesn’t land the punches cleanly.”
“There was an image going around with five different frames of Paddy’s punches, all of which landed on Gordon’s gloves.
He argued that if the two boxed each other, Jake would “screw up” Paul Pimblett
“There’s a difference between finding people’s chins, being accurate and shooting sharp, then just throwing to throw the damn thing and landing on something that was a lot of Gordon’s gloves.”
Despite taking an unconventional path into the sport, Paul begins to build a respectable record in professional boxing.
The 25-year-old has won each of his six professional fights, including four against notable MMA fighters.
If he met Pimblett, it would be a fascinating encounter, if only for the trash talk beforehand.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/mma/article-11549355/UFC-star-Sean-OMalley-backs-Jake-Paul-beat-Paddy-Baddy-Pimblett-boxing-match.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 UFC star Sean O’Malley assists Jake Paul in beating Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett in a boxing match