Former UFC champ Sean Strikcland dismayed at diverse characters on “Halo” TV show

‘Halo’ is a science fiction game developed by Bungie and is a part of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Studios. It is a global sensation with a sizable fan following. Former middleweight champion Sean Strickland is a huge fan of the video game.

Strickland is known for often expressing his controversial and bold statements. Recently, he also expressed his feelings about the TV series adaptation of the popular game.

Also, Strickland’s proficiency with weapons is quite well-known. He also conducted a “fan gun giveaway” in UFC 297 Embedded: Vlog Series – Episode 1 before his first title defense. In addition, he received a gun from his manager Lance Spaude. Strickland most recently went viral after a shootout with Jorge Masvidal during a range day.


Pablo Schreiber portrays ‘Master Chief’ Petty Officer John-117 in the Paramount+ series. The 26th-century soldier from ‘United Nations Space Command was genetically altered and defeats extraterrestrial troops on behalf of mankind. The story’s central character is ‘Soren-066’ who is a limping deserter who becomes a pirate. He is portrayed by renowned actor Bokeem Woodbine.

What surprised fans as well as Sean Strickland was the casting of Yerin Ha as Kwan Ha. There were zombie-like ‘Flood’ storylines throughout the main plotline. In the series, Ha is an insurrectionist who takes on the role of a prophet that addresses the ‘Flood.’

Strickland also spoke out against the show’s emphasis on an Asian supporting cast and a veteran with special needs rather than the main character. Furthermore, he is not alone as the series has experienced criticism in both seasons. Even though Halo is a one-person shooter, the plot has to be advanced by the show’s characterizations.