UFC Vegas 66 | “Fighters who take a year off after a KO loss are pussies” – Sean Strickland

UFC Vegas 66 |  “Fighters who take a year off after a KO loss are pussies” - Sean Strickland


Sean Strickland is now working on his third Instagram account and already has number four planned. The American has been kicked out of Instagram several times. Earlier because he insulted trans people, but more recently because he called himself “white trash”.

Sean Strickland at a press conference earlier this year

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hand injury

Strickland has recently suffered a hand injury. Cutelaba hit while sparring. Cutelaba cut Strickland’s joint. This one got infected so had to go under the knife. He returned to the gym two weeks later. However, the planned battle with Kanoner had to be moved.

Dirty fucking liberal

Sean Strickland also met Jarno Errens when Errens was in the US for two weeks and was also training with Xtreme Couture. Strickland remembers seeing Errens and telling him, “You’re a fucking liberal, but you’re probably a great puncher, let’s go.” But it was of a lighter weight class. According to Strickland, he was a good kickboxer.

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Strickland isn’t worried about getting back in the octagon too soon since his knockout loss to Pereira. Strickland says Maxim Gration knocked him out again during sparring two weeks before the Uriah Hall match. However, he ended the tour. Fighting is what he does, Strickland says, and rushing back is out of the question.

Shawn Strickland and Alex Pereira stare after the press conference

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Strickland doesn’t have a kind word for fighters who take a year off after their elimination. They are a bunch of cowards not made for this sport. According to Strickland, they’d be better off driving an Uber. And maybe it’s nice to take a break, but you’re in the wrong business if you do, according to Strickland.


Strickland says he often makes the wrong choices. He would have fought for the belt if he had just brought Pereira to the floor. It is only when someone says that his opponent is the best kickboxer that he sees it as a challenge and wants to play with him. Maybe not very smart, but that’s how it is, says the American.

Shawn Strickland talks to his opponent during a match. A distinctive feature of the Americans.

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Jared Canonier

Cannonier is also a powerful drill. Strickland says Canonnier stalked him on Instagram before the party. Strickland knows he’s up against another knockout fighter and puts up a tough fight. However, Cannonire is “men-sized” and not a “trans-Brazilian” like Pereira. The annoying thing is that he would probably need to hit Kanon’er 1000 times in the face before he could win and Kanon’er might only have to hit him once.

Jared Canonier faces Shawn Strickland in the main event

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