UFC boss Dana White is done with Sean Strickland after Machine Gun Kelly heated confrontation

Sean Strickland and rapper Machine Gun Kelly had a heated confrontation, after which UFC boss Dana White says he is done with Strickland. The former UFC middleweight champion and MGK almost went head-to-head following a verbal altercation that was all caught on video.

Strickland has been making headlines a lot lately, even expressing a desire to have a sparring session with the likes of Jake Paul. However, it seems like Dana White is tired of all the commotion that the fighter is causing.

Dana White reacts to Sean Strickland-Machine Gun Kelly confrontation

Sean Strickland and MGK almost got into a physical brawl. Dana White believes that MGK was not the aggressor in this case. The UFC president reacted to Strickland’s latest altercation during Power Slap’s post-fight press conference.

“You can’t bring Sean Strickland around any other human beings. It has nothing to do with Machine Gun Kelly, it’s about humans,” said Dana.

Dana White usually can keep his fighters in line, but with Strickland causing drama, and making controversial comments wherever he goes, even White is on the verge of giving up on him. When Dana was asked about the drama between the two, one could visibly observe the frustration that crossed his face, and it is apparent that White has had enough of Strickland and his antics.

Sean Strickland had heated confrontation with Machine Gun Kelly

Sean Strickland seems to love media attention. Just a few hours after uploading a video where he beat up a streamer, Sneako, in a sparring match and even accepting Jake Paul’s fight challenge, he got into a verbal altercation with rapper MGK, and it almost escalated to a physical altercation as things got heated.

The two were in attendance for Friday’s celebrity-packed Power Slap event at Durango Casino & Resort.  Strickland called MGK a “weird dude” and insulted his attire.  MGK leaned in and said something to Strickland that apparently angered the former UFC champion. Strickland replied and while walking away said, “I’m easy to find, vampire man.”  Part of the incident was caught on camera.

According to MSN, Sean also responded to Jake Paul’s challenge to a fight. Strickland has been very active on social media, tweeting out to both Jake Paul and MGK. He seems to be on a rampage, aiming to engage in feuds with as many celebrities as possible.

With such headlines grabbed by the former champ, where does he intend to strike next? Is this good exposure for his career or it a marketing stunt? Share your thoughts in the comments.


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