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UFC Fighter Stops Alleged Domestic Abuser’s Drunken Rampage, Holds Him At Gunpoint Outside Home: Ring Video

UFC champion Sean Strickland is known for espousing his conservative beliefs on social media.

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UFC Middleweight Champion Sean Strickland has been thrust into the spotlight for his off-the-ring actions, as security footage depicting him holding an alleged domestic violence suspect at gunpoint outside his Las Vegas home has been released. The dramatic incident was captured on surveillance video and later posted by Strickland himself on social media, sparking a flurry of reactions.

According to sources such as the New York Post, TMZ, and Fox Sports, the alleged perpetrator sought refuge at Strickland’s residence following the incident. In an unexpected turn of events, the suspect was met with Strickland’s unwavering resolve to protect others, as seen in the footage where he held the man at gunpoint until authorities arrived.

Strickland provided further context about the incident on X/Twitter, stating “[T]he guy was beating up a girl and fled drunk from security, wrecked his car, drove on the rim till it couldn’t drive and took off on foot hiding at my house. Had to turn himself into police in the morning.”

The video, which was shared on Strickland’s official Instagram and X/Twitter accounts, shows the alleged suspect stumbling onto the property before being confronted by the champion fighter. The video appears to show a tense stand-off, with Strickland maintaining control of the situation until law enforcement officials arrived to apprehend the suspect.

Strickland’s actions have drawn attention and praise from many quarters. Many viewers believed the UFC champion’s swift and decisive action showcased his commitment to taking a stand against domestic violence and ensuring the safety of those around him.

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    Juan

    November 28, 2023 at 11:19 am

    If it’s a blue state he just might get swatted by the Feds soon, it’s just their thing now…

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    CPO Bill

    November 28, 2023 at 4:39 pm

    He did Great!

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    Dr.BBA

    November 28, 2023 at 5:52 pm

    I’m surprised he didn’t get arrested. I used to live in LV and it has turned into a huge blue shithole of a state. It’s getting just as bad as CA with all of their socialist “protect the criminals” bullshit. I applaud Strickland for his actions.

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