Sean Strickland has sent a life-threatening callout to social media personality Bradley Martyn.
Over the past few months, Martyn has been a relative talking point in the combat sports community. The 34-year-old bodybuilder, who weighs 260+ pounds, believes his size advantage could help him win a street fight against a professional fighter.
During an interview with Nina-Marie Daniele, Sean Strickland was asked about potentially fighting Bradley Martyn. The UFC middleweight title challenger responded by saying:
“Bradley Martyn, if you were here right now, and I could get away with it, I would take your f*cking life. I would kill you. I wouldn’t even use my gun. I’d put my gun down, and I would take your f*cking life. Bradley Martyn, I don’t know you, but Nina gave me a little backstory on you.”
“Motherf*cker, I’m in Vegas. You show up, you little b*tch, sign a waiver, and we’ll see how many bones we can break in your f*cking face…If he was right here, and he was like, ‘Hey Sean, I think I could beat you in a street fight,’ I would get up, put my gun down, and I’d backhand him like the little b*tch he is.”
Sean Strickland's message to Bradley Martyn.pic.twitter.com/ZFIVNkRCi3
— Jed I. Goodman © (@jedigoodman) September 6, 2023
Bradley Martyn responds to Sean Strickland threatening to kill him
Bradley Martyn hasn’t relinquished the idea that his size advantage gives him the fighting skills to beat up a professional fighter. Whether it’s a joke or not, Martyn has maintained that response with Sean Strickland. Once he saw Strickland’s callout, the social media personality had this to say on Twitter:
“He must have Not heard… I’m 260”
He must have Not heard… I’m 260
— Bradley Martyn (@BradleyMartyn) September 5, 2023
Sean Strickland has bigger fish to fry than Bradley Martyn. On Saturday night, September 9, Strickland will challenge UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya in the UFC 293 main event.
Strickland is riding a two-fight win streak after defeating Nassourdine Imavov and Abus Magomedov. Meanwhile, Adesanya is coming off a highlight-reel knockout win against Alex Pereira to regain the 185-pound throne.