(Video) UFC Champ Sean Strickland releases full video confronting home intruder

Renowned UFC middleweight champion Sean Strickland found himself in the spotlight after a tense encounter outside his Las Vegas home. A video posted by Strickland shows him holding a guy at g*npoint.

The footage depicts a man stumbling onto Strickland’s driveway, ultimately crouching between parked cars. Strickland was joined by another individual in a red shirt, and they approached the man as he moved onto the street.

Strickland then seems to throw him to the ground while pointing a pistol at him. It sounds like Strickland is saying, “Sit the f**k down.” There also seem to be sirens flashing in the background.

Clarifying the incident on Instagram, Strickland explained that his initial assumption was an attempted car theft. However, he later discovered the man’s involvement in a violent episode where he was reportedly inebriated and assaulting a woman.

Strickland wrote in details on Instagram: “The guy was drunk stomping out a girl, a security guard seen it, he jumped in his car and drove off. Security followed him, hit a curb, completely shredded his tire, drove on the rim for awhile then jumped out and tried to hide at my house. I initially thought he was stealing my car. He was arrested.”

Accompanying his narrative, Strickland shared an image of the vehicle used by the man. It shows that the man drove the vehicle on its rim after shredding the tire.

Presently, additional details surrounding the incident remain undisclosed. Meanwhile, Strickland remains focused on his upcoming bout. He is set to defend his middleweight title against Dricus Du Plessis at UFC 297’s main event, scheduled for January 20 in Toronto.

Strickland has been currently involved in a feud with rising UFC star Ian Garry. He has made some unwarranted remarks against Garry’s wife due to their unconventional relationship. In turn, Ian has threatened to sue Sean.

The intense situation between Strickland and Garry has created a lot of excitement, and MMA fans are eager to see what happens next.