UFC’s Sean Strickland Criticizes ‘Woke’ Culture, Targets Bud Light in Profanity-Laden Rant

UFC star Sean Strickland doesn’t mince words when addressing what he perceives as the woke influence on Western culture, targeting the organization’s sponsors, including Bud Light.

The mixed martial arts fighter, accustomed to taking blows in the octagon, faced accusations of homophobia after a contentious exchange with a Canadian reporter earlier this year.

During a championship bout in Toronto against South African opponent Dricus du Plessis, Strickland launched into a scathing tirade in response to the reporter’s questioning about his remarks regarding homosexuals, labeling him a “f**king coward.”

On Monday, Strickland took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to vent his frustrations, delivering a profanity-laden rebuke aimed at Bud Light. “I’m so sick of these c**ts. Even Bud Light. 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..”

Once America’s leading beer, Bud Light faced backlash over an ad campaign featuring transgender TikToker Dylan Mulvaney, sparking boycotts and tarnishing the brand’s image. Reportedly, the Mulvaney partnership cost the company a staggering $1.4 billion in lost sales.

Strickland’s controversial remarks, delivered at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena in January, drew sharp criticism from the left, of course. View the video below (WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE)

UFC president Dana White defended Strickland against reporters’ inquiries about his remarks, emphasizing the fighters’ freedom of expression. “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,” White asserted.