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UFC champ posts video of himself holding man at gunpoint in front of his home, claims he was fleeing after assaulting woman

The UFC champion posted surveillance video of himself confronting a man believed to be a car thief who assaulted a woman and then fled in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Video posted by Sean Strickland
quarrel On the official Instagram account.

The video showed the man stumbling into the driveway in front of the house and kneeling between two cars. The next scene shows Strickland stomping his feet and pointing a gun at the suspect. In the third scene, Strickland appears to punch a man as he tries to leave.

“Sit down you son of a bitch!” he told the man.

The 32-year-old fighter added what appears to be the motive of the man who showed up in his driveway.

“Here’s what I know,” Strickland wrote in the post. “The guy was drunk and stomped on a girl, and the security guard saw him. He jumped into his car and drove off. The security guard followed him and hit the curb, completely shredding the tires. For a while. After driving over the rim, he jumped out and tried to get into the car. “Hide in my house.” ”

He added that the man was arrested and posted a photo of the rim of the car he allegedly drove when fleeing into Strickland’s neighborhood.

“I had to turn myself in to the police in the morning,” he added.

Strickland is a middleweight UFC champion.
won He defeated Israel Adesanya by decision in September to win the title at UFC 293.he is scheduled protect He won the title in January against challenger Drikas du Plessis at UFC 297 at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.

Videos on Strickland’s account have garnered more than 164,000 likes and 1,800 comments on X (formerly known as Twitter) and more than 1 million views.

Video of the altercation is below.

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