Sean Brady has opened up about the hate he received after his loss to Belal Muhammad.

Top ten-ranked welterweight contender Brady took on Muhammad in his last outing at UFC 280. He went into the bout looking to extend his 15-fight win streak against Muhammad, who put his eight-fight unbeaten run on the line. Muhammad came out firing from the get-go and dispatched Brady by TKO in round two.

Sean Brady opens up on the hate he received in the loss to Belal Muhammad

In a recent appearance on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani, Sean Brady talked about the criticism he received for losing his undefeated record after the first loss of his professional career.

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“Someone messaged her and said that if I won the fight against Belal that they would kill me and bury me in the desert – it was pretty bad,” Brady said (transcribed by MMA Fighting). “She was right there front row sitting with [Joe Pyfer], and she busted through the security and got to me when I was walking out of the [octagon], but she was right there [in Abu Dhabi] with me, [and] she got messages.”

Brady hit back at the haters who threatened his wife

Whether it was due to losing a wager or for any other reason, Brady does not appreciate the side of fans that causes problems for his wife.

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“Dude, these fans, they’re scumbags,” Brady said. “Don’t get me wrong, there’s great fans, then there are these people with fake profiles that write to you afterward. I just read this message [earlier this week] that was like, ‘You’re a piece of s***’ – they just say the most wild things to you. I don’t let it get to me. I try not to lean into that s*** anymore. But my wife, she’s a registered nurse. All she does is take care of people, and people are threatening her, calling her this, calling her that.

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Brady encouraged the haters to message him directly if they had something to

“Message me. Don’t message my wife, especially if you’re a man. Be a man. Say it to me, don’t say it to my f****** wife, because my wife could probably beat you up.”

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