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Sean Strickland Shames “Aspiring Professional Boxer” on His Instagram by Calling Him ‘Mc Cheeseburger’

Published 04/30/2022, 4:05 AM EDT

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UFC middleweight fighter Sean Strickland is an absolute menace inside the octagon, and outside of it as well. The fighter’s Instagram account was taken down months ago. However, now he’s back on the social media platform. Moreover, the fans love him for his sense of humor and his care a damn attitude. 

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Recently, the fighter took a dig at an aspiring boxer and called him ‘Mc Cheeseburger’ for his appearance.


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He re-posted a viral video of a guy who said he’s trying to be a boxer, who did not have the physique most athletes usually do. 


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Strickland slammed the aspiring boxer in his Instagram stories and wrote, “Real fighters putting in work, dieting training, sacrificing. And Mc cheeseburger I used to be a boxing coach inspiring, I’m gonna go pro. Naa man, nothing about you is inspiring.”

This isn’t the first time Strickland has spoken his mind out on Instagram without bothering about what anyone else thinks. The fighter is very active on social media and is also very interactive with his fanbase on the internet.

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Strickland has once before also posted a meme on his social media and made fun of the internet sensations, ‘The Island Boys.’

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Strickland doesn’t seem to be a big fan of coaches who post videos on YouTube while sparring with their students. In a recent tweet he put out, Strickland took a dig at these ‘YouTube coaches’ and at their students as well.


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He wrote, “you will watch coaches on YouTube sparring their students. Everyone will like the video and comment “wow that worked” It works because their coach S*CKS….. his students S*CK….. YouTube MMA is the most embarrassing thing. I want to go around and spar these coaches..”

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Do you think Strickland is right about these coaches who put up their content on the internet? Or do you think he is wrong to shame them for just trying to promote themselves online? Let us know your views in the comments section given below.

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Pranit Punjabi

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Pranit Punjabi is a UFC author at EssentiallySports. A third-year psychology major, this Justin Gaethje fan merged his interest in psychology with his deep passion for MMA and was intrigued by this new angle to help him get closer to the action. Pranit aims to look through the violence and chaos, into what makes MMA truly beautiful, the deep and rich psychological aspect of the game.

Edited By: Arman Khan