Sean Strickland Take Shots at the UFC for Not Doing The ‘Right Things’ With Fighters

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UFC loudmouth Sean Strickland is not happy with how the company is handling the fighters. He gave his thoughts on the controversial topic of fighter pay in an recent interview.

Sean was featured on DC’s podcast where he talked about his upcoming fight and a lot of other juicy topics. However, the highlight was his take on the fighter pay controversy.
He said, “The UFC doesn’t do the right things… if you go look at what these f**ks, the guys that run the UFC, what they’re making to what guys get paid.

It’s f***ing sh*t dude, the UFC does not do the f***ing right things.”

UFC Fighter Pay Lawsuit

The world’s premier mixed martial arts organization, recently reached a significant milestone in its history. The company settled a class-action lawsuit over fighter pay, marking a pivotal moment in the sport’s evolution.

In the lawsuit, a group representing about 1,200 former UFC athletes, claimed that the UFC’s contracts suppressed athletes’ abilities to negotiate other promotional deals.
After a legal battle, the two parties decided to settle.

On March 13, 2024, the UFC’s parent company, TKO Group, reached an agreement to settle all claims asserted in both class-action lawsuits for an aggregate amount of $335 million.

Sean Strickland vs Paulo Costa

The upcoming fight between Sean Strickland and Paulo Costa is set to be a thrilling encounter. The fight is scheduled as the co-main event of UFC 302. The fight is set to take place on June 1, 2024, at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.

Sean Strickland has shown a lot of confident in his chances against Paulo Costa. He believes that he’s better than Costa and that it’s his fight to lose.

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