Sean Strickland has made his mark within the MMA community for his outlandish behaviour and unique personality. In his latest episode, Strickland gave his followers a glimpse of his home.

Sean Strickland’s House Tour

UFC middleweight Sean Strickland’s aim of dethroning Israel Adesanya edges closer. Since returning to competition in 2020, Strickland has been on a tear, winning four fights back-to-back, but potentially his biggest challenge to date is on the horizon. Strickland is scheduled to meet number six-ranked Jack Hermansson on Feb. 5.

Sean Strickland has already been taking shots at middleweight champion Israel Adesanya, and in an interview with MMA Junkie, he didn’t hold back.

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Sean Strickland Takes Shots at Israel Adesanya

“At least a title shot (by the end of the year),” Strickland said. “I’m one of the hardest training fighters in the UFC and I’ll do everything I can to get to a title shot, and if it happens, let’s f*cking go, Izzy. I’m f*cking ready. Make sure to cycle off, though. I don’t want to f*cking bring you a bra if you don’t hit the right cycle.

“Izzy’s a great fighter – he comes from kickboxing – have you ever seen a fighter with gyno for any other reason than that?” Strickland said. “Besides him, have you ever seen a fighter in the UFC that smokes weed that gets gyno? Ever? You can’t, because it doesn’t f*cking happen unless you cycle wrong. That’s a fact. We all know it. But regardless of the fact, Izzy’s a f*cking great fighter. We know that. That’s the fight I want.

“Izzy, I’ll come over dude. We can f*cking watch anime and you can put some f*cking testosterone in my ass. I’ll do it with you. Let’s f*cking go. With a needle I think you guys do the stomach, right? Is that where you guys do, the stomach? You’re the expert on f*cking steroids. How’s it done?”

If Sean Strickland can make a statement in his upcoming matchup with Jack Hermansson, a fight with Adesanya doesn’t sound a million miles away. Off-course we need to wait for the dust to settle in the rematch between Adesanya and Whittaker, which takes place on Feb 12.

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If Sean Strickland is victorious on Feb. 5, how long until we see him challenge for the title?