UFC middleweight champion Sean Strickland has garnered immense admiration from the MMA community owing to his unapologetic stance and candid expressions. His persona resonates deeply with fans, positioning him as someone who embodies traditional values.
Strickland has also engaged with online trolls in the past, inviting them for sparring sessions. He also fearlessly delves into discussions surrounding both sports and politics. Notably, his opinions on the Israel-Palestine conflict have sparked diverse reactions among his fan base.
Recently, Strickland shared a video capturing a perplexing encounter where an apparently intoxicated person entered his home and stood between his cars. The footage portrays Strickland swiftly approaching the intruder before the clip cuts off abruptly.
In his Instagram caption, Strickland humorously remarked: “Checked my ring last night and thought he was stealing my car or trying to break in… What would you of done??? I need full coverage on my truck lol!!! Also really nice guy…”
This post by Sean Strickland triggered a wave of amusing reactions among fans who speculated that the apparently drunk person could have unintentionally wandered into his property.
Some of the comments were as follows:
“Bro chose the worst house to pick on the block.”
“Imagine wandering into a random person’s driveway and the UFC champ walks up on you lmfao.”
“Ian Garry sent his goons.”
Recently, a feud has been brewing between Strickland and rising UFC welterweight contender Ian Garry.
The controversy escalated as UFC welterweight contender Ian Garry allegedly issued a legal threat against Strickland. This stemmed from Strickland’s comments on Garry’s wife and her book, ‘How to be a WAG.’
Strickland recently expressed concerns about Garry’s marriage, highlighting details about his wife’s past, age, and the book’s content. He labeled her as a “succubus” and advised Garry to reconsider his marriage.
In response, Ian Garry threatened legal action against Strickland. Addressing this in a video, Strickland disclosed Garry’s intentions and defiantly stated:
“This motherf**ker says, ‘I’m gonna sue you if you don’t delete that.’ You’re gonna sue me motherf**ker?!? He said that I was lying. Motherf**ker, I ain’t lying! You are 26, she is 40, and she wrote a f**king book on how to be old and be with a young athlete. I ain’t f**king lying bro, this is factual. Ian Garry, I don’t give a f**k about being sued, you think I give a f**k?”