Video: UFC 253 Embedded, Episode 2: ‘I’m a special fighter and I’m about to become champion’

In the second episode for UFC 253 Embedded, light heavyweight title contenders Dominick Reyes and Jan Blachowicz take center stage. After being released from quarantine, Reyes and his team decide to shoot some hoops and go for a bike ride while enjoying the rather hot and humid weather in Abu Dhabi. As for Blachowicz, he rocks out to his upcoming walkout song recorded by one of his favorite bands from Poland before getting in some relaxation time at the pool. Meanwhile, UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya is kicking back while watching two of his coaches train together in the hotel room.

Video: UFC 253 Embedded, Episode 2: ‘I’m a special fighter and I’m about to become champion’

In the second episode for UFC 253 Embedded, light heavyweight title contenders Dominick Reyes and Jan Blachowicz take center stage. After being released from quarantine, Reyes and his team decide to shoot some hoops and go for a bike ride while enjoying the rather hot and humid weather in Abu Dhabi. As for Blachowicz, he rocks out to his upcoming walkout song recorded by one of his favorite bands from Poland before getting in some relaxation time at the pool. Meanwhile, UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya is kicking back while watching two of his coaches train together in the hotel room.

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Video: Robert Degle submits Sean O’Malley in grappling tournament final with heel hook

Robert Degle (center) says he's an "an even bigger" fan of Sean O'Malley after the match. | Photo via Sean O’Malley Leg-lock specialist Robert Degle submitted UFC fighter Sean O’Malley in a grappling match over the weekend at a Grappling Industries tournament final in Phoenix, Ariz. A black belt under John Danaher, Degle forced O’Malley to tap to a heel hook after attacking the same right ankle he injured during his most recent UFC bout with Marlon Vera a little over a month ago. Degle released the footage of the match on his social media, adding he has nothing but respect for the UFC fighter. “For Sean to compete in such an event demonstrates a very respectable desire to grow as a martial artist,” Degle wrote. “Realistically he had nothing practical to gain by doing this event. The man has over a million followers and is surely making bank in MMA. So why do the event? We spoke afterwards and he explained that he simply loved JuJitsu. I hope the experience of competing against me helps push him to further development as a martial artist. I was a fan before but an even bigger one now.” Watch the match below. View this post on Instagram Had a great opportunity to compete against the rising UFC star @sugaseanmma in a @grapplingindustries event here in Phoenix, Arizona. For Sean to compete in such an event demonstrates a very respectable desire to grow as a martial artist. Realistically he had nothing practical to gain by doing this event. The man has over a million followers and is surely making bank in MMA. So why do the event? We spoke afterwards and he explained that he simply loved JuJitsu. I hope the experience of competing against me helps push him to further development as a martial artist. I was a fan before but an even bigger one now A post shared by Robert Degle (@robertdeglebjj) on Sep 20, 2020 at 4:03pm PDT O’Malley posted a photo on his Instagram page of him in the podium next to Degle, writing, “I love being around the Jiu Jitsu community and competing.” View this post on Instagram Sunday Service. I Love being around the Jiu Jitsu community and competing. ❤️ A post shared by Sugar Sean O'Malley (@sugaseanmma) on Sep 20, 2020 at 3:10pm PDT

Video: Robert Degle submits Sean O’Malley in grappling tournament final with heel hook
Robert Degle (center) says he's an "an even bigger" fan of Sean O'Malley after the match. | Photo via Sean O’Malley

Leg-lock specialist Robert Degle submitted UFC fighter Sean O’Malley in a grappling match over the weekend at a Grappling Industries tournament final in Phoenix, Ariz.

A black belt under John Danaher, Degle forced O’Malley to tap to a heel hook after attacking the same right ankle he injured during his most recent UFC bout with Marlon Vera a little over a month ago.

Degle released the footage of the match on his social media, adding he has nothing but respect for the UFC fighter.

“For Sean to compete in such an event demonstrates a very respectable desire to grow as a martial artist,” Degle wrote. “Realistically he had nothing practical to gain by doing this event. The man has over a million followers and is surely making bank in MMA. So why do the event? We spoke afterwards and he explained that he simply loved JuJitsu. I hope the experience of competing against me helps push him to further development as a martial artist. I was a fan before but an even bigger one now.”

Watch the match below.

View this post on Instagram

Had a great opportunity to compete against the rising UFC star @sugaseanmma in a @grapplingindustries event here in Phoenix, Arizona. For Sean to compete in such an event demonstrates a very respectable desire to grow as a martial artist. Realistically he had nothing practical to gain by doing this event. The man has over a million followers and is surely making bank in MMA. So why do the event? We spoke afterwards and he explained that he simply loved JuJitsu. I hope the experience of competing against me helps push him to further development as a martial artist. I was a fan before but an even bigger one now

A post shared by Robert Degle (@robertdeglebjj) on

O’Malley posted a photo on his Instagram page of him in the podium next to Degle, writing, “I love being around the Jiu Jitsu community and competing.”

View this post on Instagram

Sunday Service. I Love being around the Jiu Jitsu community and competing. ❤️

A post shared by Sugar Sean O'Malley (@sugaseanmma) on

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