O'Malley puts Wineland away with overhand right

UFC 250 Results: O’Malley puts Wineland away with overhand right

On Saturday night, June 6, the UFC holds its first-ever pay-per-view event inside the Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

The promotions’ fifth event during the COVID-19 pandemic, UFC 250 is headlined by double champion Amanda Nunes, who defends her featherweight strap against Felicia Spencer.

The co-main event is a bantamweight clash between former champion Cody Garbrandt and Raphael Assuncao.

Kicking off the main card is a bantamweight matchup between rising star Sean O’Malley and long-time UFC veteran Eddie Wineland.

Undefeated at 11-0, O’Malley is coming off a first-round TKO against Jose Alberto Quinonez at UFC 248 on March 7. It was his first fight after settling a nine-month long Unites States Anti-Doping Agency [USADA].

Wineland is the more experienced fighter inside the octagon with 13-UFC appearances. Wineland will make his first walk to the octagon in 363 days. The former title challenger is coming off a second-round knockout over Grigorri Popov at UFC 238 in June 2019.

Here is how the bantamweight bout between Sean O’Malley and Eddie Wineland went down at UFC 250, including round-by-round scoring. For full results of the event, check them out right here.

ROUND 1

The two get to the center quickly. O’Malley lands a kick to the body. O’Malley is very active early on, in-and-out. Wineland in the center with O’Malley on the outside. O’Malley throws a left cross and lands. Wineland with a leaping right hand, lands on the counter. O’Malley lands clean. Wineland comes in and O’Malley faints with the left and lands a clean overhand right and Wineland is out cold.

Official result: Sean O’Malley def. Eddie Wineland via knockout at 1:54 in the first round.

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