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UFC champ Sean Strickland mercilessly eviscerates reporter in anti-woke, profanity-laden rant: 'You’re a weak f***ing man'
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UFC champ Sean Strickland mercilessly eviscerates reporter in anti-woke, profanity-laden rant: 'You’re a weak f***ing man'

UFC champion Sean Strickland absolutely eviscerated a reporter amid an anti-woke, profanity-laden rant during a Wednesday press conference ahead of his fight against Dricus du Plessis this weekend in Toronto.

What are the details?

Before the reporter could ask his first question, Strickland took control and asked the reporter if he's Canadian, and the reporter said he is. With that, Strickland asked the reporter if he's "part of the f***ing opposition" — presumably in reference to conservatives in Canada led by Pierre Poilievre.

The reporter said he wasn't sure how to phrase an answer. Strickland asked the reporter if he voted for left-wing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — and the reporter replied that he wasn't going to answer the question. With that, Stickland told the gathered crowd that such an reply signaled that the reporter probably voted for Trudeau.

The reporter then attempted to ask his first question, telling Strickland that "we've got a pretty supportive gay and lesbian community in this city" and then referred to an alleged statement Strickland made, which OutKick said showed up on X in December 2021: “If I had a gay son I would think I failed as a man to create such weakness."

Strickland wasn't having it, repeatedly interrupting the reporter's question before asking the reporter if he's gay. The reporter told Strickland that he's an "ally" of the LGBTQ community. Strickland shot back, asking the reporter how he would feel if he had a gay son, to which the reporter said he'd have "no problem" with that.

'You’re a weak f***ing man, dude'

"Well, then you’re a weak f***ing man, dude," Strickland said. "You’re part of the f***ing problem. You elected Justin Trudeau. ... When he seized the bank accounts, like you’re just f***ing pathetic."

Strickland presumably was referencing the Canadian trucker protests of 2022 against vaccine mandates, which culminated in Trudeau's government establishing emergency powers and freezing a number of bank accounts.

Strickland was far from done, however: "The fact that you have no f***ing backbone, and as he shut down your f***ing country and seized bank accounts, you ask me some stupid s**t like that. Go f*** yourself. Move the f*** on, man. F***ing coward."

The reporter pivoted to Strickland's statement last October after the UFC announced a partnership with Bud Light despite the beer brand's disastrous partnership with transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney. "You know how I feel about transgenders," Strickland said at the time. "I go f***ing hard, that's just what I do. I am the biggest advocate of biological females."

The reporter asked Strickland if he will use his platform surrounding his upcoming fight to speak out against Bud Light.

"Here’s the thing about Bud Light," Strickland. "Ten years ago to be trans was a mental f***ing illness. And now all of a sudden people like you have f***ing weaseled your way [into] the world. You are an infection. You are the definition of weakness. Everything that is wrong with the world is because of f***ing you. And the best thing is, is the world's not buying it, the world's not buying your f***ing bulls**t you’re f***ing peddling. The world is not saying, 'You know what? You’re right. F***ing chicks have d***s.’ The world's not saying that. The world's saying, 'No, there are two genders. I don’t want my kids being taught about who they could f*** in school. I don’t want my kids being taught about their sexual preference.'"

Strickland then blasted the reporter again: "This guy is a f***ing enemy. You wanna look at the f***ing enemy to our world? It's that motherf***er right there, asking stupid f***ing questions."

Finally, Strickland insisted he has no problem with the LGBTQ community, saying he's in favor of a live-and-let-live arrangement — but also adding caveats indicating he's seen the LGBTQ community demanding more than he's comfortable with of late.

"Don't f***ing tell kids about it, don't teach that s**t in f***ing school, don't f***ing push your agenda, don't try to f***ing brainwash people, don't try to go past parents ..." Strickland said.

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