Sean O’Malley has already made arrangements for his celebration after winning the bantamweight championship. O’Malley recently declared that his celebration would include some extravagant extravagances. The No. 1 bantamweight contender recently tweeted a joke about wanting an outrageous strip club outing like NBA star Ja Morant recently engaged in at Shotgun Willie’s in Glendale.
Morant, a point guard for the Memphis Grizzlies, recently made headlines for his reckless behaviour while out having fun at the Shotgun Willie’s strip club.
One of the UFC’s top prospects right now is Sean O’Malley. ‘Sugar’ defeated former champion Petr Yan in his most recent match at UFC 280 by split decision, quickly ascending to the top contender position.
Sean O’Malley is currently undefeated in five fights and has a professional record of 16-1-1NC (8-1-1NC in the UFC). The American’s next fight might very easily pit him against the victor of Aljamain Sterling vs. Henry Cejudo, the main event of UFC 288, for the bantamweight championship.
What were the Ja Morant antics that inspired Sean O’Malley’s celebration plans
Ja Morant, a 23-year-old point guard for the Memphis Grizzlies, recently spent two wild nights out at Glendale’s Shotgun Willie’s strip club, and it appears like O’Malley will follow suit if he wins the UFC’s 135-pound championship.
After his team easily defeated the Houston Rockets on March 2, the NBA player hurried to the strip spot.
The young person paid $900 to reserve the VIP room for three hours, according to a New York Post report. Then, he ordered four dancers, bottle service, and food platters in full party gear.
After the Denver Nuggets defeated the Grizzlies two days later, Morant went back to the bar. This time, though, he went over and beyond, going live on Instagram to broadcast his shenanigans while flashing a gun and blaring the lyrics to the song “Bring Em Out” by the rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again. Morant reportedly paid more than $50,000 in tips at the nightclub.
The majority owner of Shotgun Willie’s, Deborah Dunafon, acknowledged that the NBA player was only respectful on the second night, but a dancer at the bar claimed that many of her coworkers were alarmed by the pistol.
Glendale police found that they were unable to locate any proof that Morant was in possession of a firearm on the second night of festivities and that there was no basis for charging him.
After the incident, Morant issued a statement expressing regret for his behaviour. Due to his acts, he may also be suspended by the NBA.