UFC star lashes out at Bud Light: ‘They force feed your kids f**king Pride flags’

UFC star Sean Strickland doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to the “woke” pollution of Western culture, lashing out at the organization’s sponsors, including Bud Light.

The mixed martial arts fighter who has taken more than his share of blows in the octagon isn’t afraid of being accused of being a homophobe as he was after an epic exchange with a Canadian reporter earlier this year.

While visiting the fascist country north of the U.S. border for a championship bout with South African opponent Dricus du Plessis in Toronto, Strickland let loose with a blistering rant after the reporter questioned him about comments that he had previously made that were critical of homosexuals, berating him as a “f**king coward” among other things.

On Monday, Strickland unloaded on the embattled beer brand in a profanity-riddled post to X, formerly known as Twitter.

“I’m so sick of these c**ts. Even budlight. I’m the definition of America… yet I’m the bad guy because I believe in two genders? I am the majority,” he wrote. “They force feed your kids f**king pride flags. I just wanna fight back a little..”

Strickland also retweeted an image of a “woman” with testicles bending over to grab a Bud Light.

(Screenshot: X)

In October 2023, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) announced that it partnered with Anheuser-Busch to make Bud Light the official beer of the UFC.

“Anheuser-Busch and Bud Light were UFC’s original beer sponsors more than fifteen years ago. I’m proud to announce we are back in business together. There are many reasons why I chose to go with Anheuser-Busch and Bud Light, most importantly because I feel we are very aligned when it comes to our core values and what the UFC brand stands for. I’m looking forward to all of the incredible things we will do in the years ahead,” UFC CEO Dana White said in a statement.

Once America’s most popular beer, Bud Light alienated customers over an ad campaign featuring transgender TikToker Dylan Mulvaney, promoting an alternative lifestyle that millions find to be repulsive, and paid dearly in the form of boycotts and damage to the brand that could be long-lasting. It was recently reported that the Mulvaney hookup cost the company a staggering $1.4 billion in lost sales, a steep price to pay for its virtue signaling.

The 33-year-old UFC champ’s previous remarks came in January before the fight at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.


“Well then you’re a weak f**king man,” Strickland said. “You’re part of the f**king problem. You elected Justin Trudeau. When he seized the bank accounts, like you’re just f**king pathetic. The fact that you have no f**king backbone and as he shut down your f**king country and seized bank accounts, you ask me some stupid sh*t like that. Go f**k yourself. Move the f**k on man. F**king coward.”

White later defended the fighter when a reporter pressed him about Strickland’s remarks. “I don’t f**king tell any other human being what to say, what to think and there’s no leashes on any of them,” the UFC boss said.

Chris Donaldson


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