Sneako confirms he’s banned from UFC PI after Sean Strickland sparring session

Controversial YouTube personality Sneako is claiming he has been banned from the UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas after a sparring session with UFC middleweight Sean Strickland.

Soon after that, Sneako engaged in another sparring session with UFC contender Merab Dvalishvili. Although not as harsh as Strickland, Merab gave Sneako quite a beating and slapped the influencer around.

In a recent live stream on Rumble after the session, Sneako said: “I just came from UFC PI. They said I’m not allowed in anymore.”

Merab then replies: “I was there, too. I was going through there and then the two security came. And they came the day this guy went there because if he is sparring with champions, he gets beat up there. I don’t know.”

Sneako then argues: “But they don’t ban Strickland, it’s it’s crazy.”

It seems like after sparring with Strickland at the gym, the security approached Sneako and informed him he was no longer welcome at the facility.

Strickland has developed a reputation for his extreme and controversial behavior both inside and outside the Octagon.┬áDuring their sparring session, Strickland beat up Sneako so bad that he started bleeding. This may have factored into Sneako’s banning if his claims are true.

The UFC Performance Institute is the official training facility of the UFC located in Las Vegas. It is considered a state-of-the-art complex aimed at enhancing performance through training, nutrition, and medical support. Many top UFC athletes regularly train at the Performance Institute.

It seems Seanko’s sparring session with the unpredictable Strickland may have got him in hot water with the UFC brass. The organization may have decided to ban him from their facility to avoid further confrontations.

The UFC has not released any statement regarding this ban. For now, the reasons behind Sneako’s alleged banning from the UFC Performance Institute after sparring with Sean Strickland remain uncertain.