Sean O’Malley Says Sean Strickland Is A ‘Character’ And Could Star As ‘Murderer In A Netflix Series’

"Suga" admits "Tarzan" is a dude he'd never want to mess with.

Sean O Malley On Sean Strickland
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  • Sean O’Malley jokingly said Sean Strickland could star in his own Netflix murder documentary series
  • “Suga” said he would never want to get a piece of “Tarzan”

Sean O’Malley may be a loudmouth who could arguably walk the talk, but he is certain Sean Strickland is on a whole another level as far as being a bad dude goes. “Suga” branded the UFC middleweight as one heck of a “character” who could go to extremes.

Crazy but lethal

Discussing the subject in a YouTube video, O’Malley acknowledged the fact that Strickland “loves to fight”, but on the other hand, “Tarzan” also doesn’t hold back when it comes to sharing his bold thoughts on the most sensitive matters.

“Sean Strickland went off… talking about homosexuals, talking about seeing a romance movie in a Dollar Tree… Dude, that guy is character,” O’Malley said in the video. “… That dude spars Francis, he spars heavyweights, he just loves to fight… I don’t know. I wouldn’t want to fight him. I’ll tell you that.”

O’Malley was also asked to comment about the time UFC middleweight champion Alex Pereira confessed that he was scared to face Strickland as he thought “Tarzan” wouldn’t have a problem killing him, As per “Suga,” among the people he knows in the sport, Strickland is the one who could possibly star in his own Netflix series as a cold-blooded murderer. and he would never want to mess with him.

“If someone’s going to be a murderer in a Netflix series in a couple of years, it’s going to be Sean Strickland. He’ll be like, ‘I’m going to have a series come out where I killed my wife’,” he jokingly added.

Twitter has had enough

Indeed, Strickland has never shied away from expressing his views on transgenders and gun control policies. In the process, the UFC middleweight contender became a Twitter rules and guidelines offender and was finally banned in May.

Below are some of the most controversial posts of Strickland that prompted the social media platform to ban his account, (h/t Twitter user @rosee269).

Strickland is coming off a close split decision loss to fellow UFC middleweight contender Jared Cannonier at UFC Vegas 66. To everyone’s surprise, “Tarzan” didn’t make any rash comments about “The Killa Gorilla” but blasted the judges instead, suggesting he was robbed.

It is yet to be known who Strickland would face next but it could either be a winning lower-ranked contender.

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