“Tate, He’s Not Your Messiah…”: Unlike Israel Adesanya, Sean Strickland Gives a Brutal Reality Check to “Young Men” Idolizing Andrew Tate

Published 09/09/2023, 8:36 AM EDT

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Sean Strickland has of late earned a reputation as an outspoken individual on the UFC roster. The current middleweight title challenger has no filter and makes controversial claims with zero regard for repercussions. In the modern day and age where every word and act in the public sphere is under intense scrutiny, Strickland stands out with a carefree attitude. Some of his controversial claims hinge on what many might deem outdated views. Some might even draw a parallel between Strickland and modern-day masculinity gurus like Andrew Tate. But the truth could not be further.

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Shortly before his highly anticipated title fight against Israel Adesanya, Sean Strickland engaged in a conversation on the Full Send podcast. During this interview, he shared his thoughts on various topics, one of which revolved around Andrew Tate. Strickland, with his characteristic demeanor, delivered a scathing set of comments on the social media icon.

Sean Strickland brutally shuts down Andrew Tate

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The 32-year-old fighter recently engaged in a conversation with the YouTube channel Full Send Podcast. While discussing various topics, Strickland diverted the conversation and shared his honest opinion about Andrew Tate. Strickland emphasized that young men may look up to Andrew Tate due to his wealth and lifestyle. However, Strickland described Tate as a con artist who lacks remorse for his actions.

While having a dialogue about masculinity Strickland diverted the topic and talked about Tate, He stated “Here’s the thing about Andrew Tate man. As young men, I could see why you guys look up to him. Because you are moralless men, you have no values, you have no positive male role models. So you latch onto a piece of sh*t like Tate who has money, who has women. You say ‘No, I want to be like Tate. All my problems in the world they’re because women are fu**ing me.’ No, that’s not it”

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Strickland further emphasized that previously Tate used to scam men as he also admitted that he used to masquerade as a woman and persuade others to send him $100,000. As per Strickland, Tate appears to be a complete con artist, and he exhibits no remorse for his actions.

Finally, ‘Tarzan’ stated that it is better to have Jordan Peterson as your role model than Andrew Tate “So Andrew Tate you guys if you want to look up to a guy look up to a guy like Jordan Peterson he understands masculinity. Honestly how to be a fu**ing man. But I’m telling you, Andrew Tate, he’s not your Messiah. He would turn you out for a dollar.”

Strickland’s accusations against Andrew Tate

This was not the first time that the UFC fighter has called out Andrew Tate for scamming people. In a fairly recent moment, Strickland had an interview with the YouTuber Nina-Marie Danielle. Strickland in that interview mocked Andrew Tate by stating that he is aware of Tate’s actions for exploiting women while advocating masculinity.

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His exact words in that interview were “ He’s more of a con artist. He’s found a better con, and it works… Here’s the thing: if you’re behind a keyboard and you’re pretending to be a woman… Andrew Tate might be a f***ing fa**ot. Got a little g*y in him… He’s a w**re. Andrew Tate’s a f***ing piece of sh*t.”

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Sean Strickland’s strong dislike for Andrew Tate appears to be quite evident, as he has consistently criticized Tate on numerous occasions. What are your thoughts on Sean Strickland’s perspective regarding Andrew Tate? Please share your opinions in the comments below.

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