Sean Strickland Shares Unique ‘Nonconsensual’ Sexual Experience When He Was 17

Strickland shared the story in a recent interview.

Sean Strickland
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Sean Strickland has never been one to shy away from his words.

Strickland has been vocal about whatever he is thinking and at times it has offended some people. However, he doesn’t shy away from any stories, and in a recent interview, he shared an interesting story about a sexual encounter he had when he was 17 which he called borderline rape.

Sean Strickland shares threesome Story

“Funny enough, I had my first threesome, it was very nonconsensual when I was like 17. Yeah, it was super nonconsensual. Like, if I was a woman, it would have been rape, a 100 percent. (It was two women) of course. So, I’m like 17, I’m a pro fighter and I got this fight coming up, and this girl, one is in the military, the other is going off to boot camp,” Strickland said to Nina Drama. “They were okay, two fives make a 10. I’m decent, I’m laying the pipe and she goes ‘hey my friend is going to boot camp, can you f**k her?’ I told the girl I am 17 and I am getting scared. As I start leaving, they literally grab me and kind of forced me to stay. They were 20’s. It was awesome.”

Strickland says he ended up winning that fight and the sexual encounter helped him lose weight for the fight, so perhaps it was all worth it in the end.

As for his fighting career, Sean Strickland scored a second-round TKO over Abus Magomedov on Saturday in the main event of UFC Vegas 76. Prior to that, he beat Nassourdine Imavov by decision to return to the win column after losing to Jared Cannonier by split decision and was knocked out by Alex Pereira.

With Strickland coming off the win, there is a chance he could get the next title shot, especially if the winner of Whittaker-Du Plessis is not ready to make the quick turnaround.

Published on July 4, 2023 at 10:30 am
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