‘This Guy Is Such A Trash Person’ – MMA Fans Annoyed After Sean Strickland Puts A Beating On Navy Seal In Sparring

It’s another day in the world of MMA and that means another controversial sparring video from the former UFC middleweight champion, Sean Strickland.

Strickland is best defined by his lack of any filter and his love of sparring which, in turn, is why he has been so successful at 185 pounds.

However, despite being one of the best middleweights in the world, he rarely holds safety in the training room as a priority.

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The latest video of Strickland getting some work in sees him fighting a former Navy Seal and the term ‘fighting’ is used incredibly loosely here.

In a short clip, he appears to wear down his sparring partner early on and from that point on, continues to toy with him and hit him repeatedly, as his opponent stands still against the cage.

With blood coming from his nose, the trained soldier who clearly has no right being in there with Strickland, repeatedly falls to the floor only for the former middleweight champ to tell him to get back up to his feet again.

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MMA Fans React To Sean Strickland Putting A Beating On A Navy Seal

MMA fans reacted on social media to the latest video of Strickland beating someone up for seemingly his own enjoyment.

Of course, the sparring partner would have surely known what he was in for given the reputation of the man that he would be standing across the cage from.

Strickland posted on social media before the video was published online where he said that despite his dislike of Navy Seals, the guy earned his respect.

“This guy is such a trash person”

“Strickland when they fight back”

“Sean good at dominating non pros lol”

“It’s almost like they are completely different skill sets.”

“Other guy was barely fighting back. Why doesn’t Sean do this to professional fighters??”

“What’s the point of this ?”

“How did bro do worse than Sneako?”

“why would anyone actually think they could do this?”

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