Sean Strickland is ready to ‘stab’ Dricus Du Plessis if he crosses his limits again

Sean Strickland warns Dricus Du Plessis to not mention his father again.

by Aryan Lakhani
Sean Strickland is ready to ‘stab’ Dricus Du Plessis if he crosses his limits again
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Sean Strickland will take nothing for granted during the fight week; he has openly admitted that he won’t take Dricus Du Plessis’s comments lightly this time. Strickland made a shocking statement where he addressed that he would stab Dricus Du Plessis if he ends up crossing the line again.

Strickland is ready to end up in prison for his actions. Here’s what Dricus Du Plessis said that triggered Sean Strickland this badly: “You think your dad beat the * out of you? Your dad doesn’t have * on me.

Every childhood memory you have is going to come back when I’m in there with you”. This weekend, both fighters will finally settle their beef; the entire world is waiting to see the outcome of this event.

Sean Strickland threatens Dricus Du Plessis

Recently on The Man Dance Podcast, Sean Strickland sent a threatening message to Dricus Du Plessis.

“Remember when I attacked Dricus?” Strickland said, as quoted by “I actually sent him a message and I was like, ‘Dude listen, Dricus, we’re going to go try to murder each other, but if you bring that * up again, I will stab you.’ Press conference, weigh-in — I just told Dricus.

He was cool about it, he was cool about it. But again, I’m not telling you I don’t want to fight you, Dricus. I’m not saying you’re not a good fighter. I’m just saying that that’s a line that, when crossed, it transcends fighting.

Like, if I go to Canada and you bring that up, well guess what? I’m going to go to jail, they’re going to deport me, and we spent eight weeks of training for no reason. If I had a gun on me at that UFC fight — if I had a gun on me, bro, there was a chance, bro, there was a chance.

Again, I don’t want to throw away my life for something dumb, and that’s why I’m always like, ‘Hey guys, let’s just be nice to each other’.

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