Sean Brady


Set for November fight
September 2, 2021
Brady will fight Michael Chiesa in a welterweight bout Nov. 20, Brett Okamoto of reports.
Brady twice tried to schedule a fight with Kevin Lee, but each fighter withdrew once due to injury. Brady remains undefeated under the UFC banner at 4-0, and he'll be looking to make it five, although Chiesa has advantages in height (four inches) and reach (two inches).
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Fight against Lee cancelled
August 7, 2021
Brady's matchup with Kevin Lee at UFC on ESPN 30 has been cancelled because he is dealing with an undisclosed injury, reports.
It is unclear what issue Brady is dealing with, but it is severe enough to call off the bout. This is now the second time that a fight between him and Lee has been cancelled, as they were originally scheduled to fight last month at UFC 264 before the latter suffered a rib injury. It remains to be seen if they two will get another fight scheduled or if the 28-year-old will move on to someone else. He remains undefeated in his professional MMA career.
Lee fight rebooked
July 1, 2021
Brady will fight Kevin Lee in a welterweight bout at the UFC event on August 28, reports.
The Brady-Lee fight was originally supposed to be next Saturday at UFC 264, but Lee was forced to withdraw due to injury. Now booking a month and a half later, Lee should be able to get back to full strength, while Brady will be looking to go to 15-0 in his MMA career and 5-0 under the UFC banner.
Will not fight Lee at UFC 264
June 24, 2021
Brady will no longer be taking on Kevin Lee at UFC 264 after Lee had to withdraw due to injury, reports.
Brady said that he would rather wait for Lee to be fully healthy rather than trying to find a replacement for UFC 264. Brady last was in the Octagon back in March when he defeated Jake Matthews via submission. He will look to reach 5-0 under the UFC banner in his next bout.
Facing Kevin Lee in July
May 23, 2021
Brady (14-0-0) will take on Kevin Lee (18-6-0) in a welterweight matchup at UFC 264 on July 10, Brett Okamoto of reports.
Brady is an up-and-coming prospect who has gotten off to a hot start by winning each of his first four UFC appearances. He most recently submitted Jake Matthews at UFC 259 on March 6. His opponent hasn't competed in over a year after sitting out most of 2020 following surgery for torn ACLs in both knees. Lee has lost three of his last four fights, but is hoping for better fortunes after moving up to welterweight from lightweight. Brady seems to be a significant favorite in this one as he looks to continue his impressive run in the promotion.
Another standout effort at UFC 259
March 6, 2021
Brady defeated Jake Matthews via submission (arm-triangle) at 3:28 of Round 3 at UFC 259 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Brady has quickly and resoundingly announced his presence at 170 pounds. Facing an inconsistent but extremely talented opponent, Brady slogged through the first round before rebounding and running Matthews out of the building. UFC veteran and commentator Paul Felder has said Brady is the strongest guy he has ever trained with, and it's easy to see why. He forced Matthews to the mat at will in Round 2 before racking up 3:33 worth of control time. Brady won the total strike battle by a 99-19 count over the course of the final ten minutes. The 28-year-old Philadelphia native is a perfect 4-0 in the UFC and remains undefeated as a professional. Buckle up. The ceiling here appears to be very, very high.