VIDEO: UFC Star Sean Strickland Goes Off On Tom Brady In Moronic Expletive-Filled Rant That Made Absolutely No Sense

UFC star Sean Strickland went on a peculiar and expletive-filled rant against NFL legend Tom Brady over the latter’s reaction to his Netflix special earlier this month.

On May 5, Netflix aired “The Roast of Tom Brady” that featured appearances from several of his celebrity friends and former teammates. Comedian Kevin Hart hosted the event that included roasts from Kim Kardashian, Jeff Ross, Nikki Glaser, Peyton Manning, Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft and Andrew Schulz.

Sean Strickland reacts with arms in the air (left). Tom Brady looks on (right).

Brady later expressed regret over signing up for the roast, noting that it affected his children. Reports also stated that Brady apologized to ex-wife Gisele Bündchen, who was brought up during the roast even though the two had apparently agreed on no disparaging remarks about the other following their divorce.

Speaking to the media on Wednesday ahead of Saturday’s UFC 302 event, Sean Strickland went on a rant against Brady for admitting his remorse about the roast. Strickland’s rant included homophobic and misogynistic language, per TMZ Sports:

“He handled that like a f***ing woman, dude. You act like a f***ing girl. You pet f***ing goats and you post g*y f***ing photos, dude. Like, man the f**k up.”

Those who follow Sean Strickland won’t be surprised by his strong language here. Strickland has a history of making homophobic remarks, and he was suspended from Twitter in 2022 over offensive comments about the LGBTQ community.

Still, there’s a better way to express your opposing views on how Tom Brady handled himself after the roast. Considering just how big Brady’s fanbase is, it’s safe to say Strickland made himself plenty more enemies ahead of his middleweight showdown with Paulo Costa.

Tom Brady Is Gearing Up For His Career As An NFL Analyst

After a year away from the NFL, Brady is set to return to television sets as he prepares for his career with the “NFL on FOX”.

Brady will begin the first of a 10-year, $375 million analyst role he signed with FOX two years ago. He’ll be working on the network’s top team with Kevin Burkhardt and Erin Andrews, with the three also set to call Super Bowl 59 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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