UFC’s Sean Strickland blasts adult star Karma Rx after flirty twitter exchange

Sean Strickland has been making waves in the world of mixed martial arts. Ranked #9 in the middleweight division, Strickland’s remarkable skills have propelled him to the forefront of the sport.

Sean Strickland first stepped into the MMA scene in 2008 when he made his debut for King of the Cage against Tyler Pottett. With a powerful wrestling background, Strickland left a lasting impression on both fans and critics alike.

Beyond his athletic prowess, Sean Strickland possesses a distinctive persona. In October of last year, he posted a picture on a boat alongside a beautiful woman, igniting curiosity among fans about his romantic life.

Prior to this, Strickland had engaged in a flirty conversation with adult film star Karma Rx. Sean also said “Let’s Get Married Though,” which sparked rumors of a possible relationship. However, Strickland later dismissed these speculations, labeling them as baseless.

Several tweets from that year demonstrate their “flirtatious relationship”:

At UFC Vegas 47, Strickland defeated Jack Hermansson. He said afterwards that their connection would only be restricted to social media.

Strickland explained his position and said: “No, one of these days, maybe when she retires and I retire, we’ll get it going… But I mean, how do you—girl f***in’ sucks d**k for a living, bro.”

“What do you say? Like, she just got a bunch of dudes c***in’ in her and you’re like, ‘Hey, wanna go on a date, babe? Wanna go get a steak dinner? As she’s cleaning off her lip.”

Strickland’s off-the-octagon remarks have stirred controversy, with his outspoken opinions on sensitive topics drawing significant attention. During the UFC Vegas 76 media day, Strickland made a controversial statement. He suggested that women should be excluded from the workforce.

He said: “We need to go back to like, taking the women out of the workforce. And maybe that is where we f**ked guys…we let women vote, no offense. What you did man… you let these women come in workforce, now we make less money, you kids raising themselves on f**king TikTok.”

“We need to go back to like 1942, we need to put women back into the kitchen. So I think, as a collective man group we need to elect somebody to put women back in the kitchen.”

This Saturday, Sean Strickland is set to face Abus Magomedov in the main event at UFC Vegas 76. Magomedov will be making his UFC debut. following an impressive knockout victory over Dustin Stoltzfus in a mere 19 seconds. With a professional record of 25-4-1 and a three-bout winning streak, Magomedov poses a formidable challenge for Strickland.