The National Hockey League (NHL) has recently been under harsh criticism from Sean Strickland for not being violent enough. The outspoken middleweight contender is renowned for his unvarnished online takes and frequently expresses his frank ideas on delicate societal matters.Strickland also asserted that the North American ice hockey league established a special tournament for players who identify as transgender in his most recent social media tirade against the NHL.’Tarzan’ expressed his disgust on Twitter at the recent absence of fighting and conflict among ice hockey players.
There was not a single fight during the 15 minutes of hockey I watched. a bunch of ladyboys whores. I would watch figure skating if I wanted to see a lot of female skaters. Of course NHL has a trans team.
league. Following up on a fan’s comment, Sean Strickland posted a video of NHL players punching someone with the caption: “Yeah, why do you think I watched it… This has never occurred… A little dry humping against the wall.Although there isn’t a league specifically for non-binary athletes, the NHL does promote Team Trans Ice Hockey, a trans hockey team that runs its own competition called the Team Trans Draft Tournament.
Sean Strickland next fight: ‘Tarzan’ responds to Belal Muhammad’s brutal callout
Belal Muhammad and Sean Strickland recently traded blows after “Remember The Name” declared his desire to challenge Strickland at middleweight.
It’s no secret that Muhammad disapproves of the way the welterweight title race is developing right now. Colby Covington is the next opponent for welterweight champion Leon Edwards despite having a nine-fight winning streak and dominating multiple top challengers.
Sean Strickland was mentioned by Belal Muhammad as one of his top candidates when he said he was thinking about moving up to middleweight to fight someone he despises. Muhammad attacked “Tarzan” during a recent UFC 287 press conference, saying:
“I can fight at 185 pounds; I’m not concerned… Give me the matches that genuinely thrill me if I’m not going to get a title battle. Give me someone like Sean Strickland, someone I detest, someone I would enjoy punching in the face… He’s not a very likeable guy, in my opinion.These comments infuriated Strickland, who instantly responded with a tweet of his own. The outspoken middleweight brought up their past altercation at the UFC’s Performance Institute because the two men have a history of hostility. As he tweeted:
He told his men, “I hate,” to post what transpired at the pi. You obtained the video. Me, “You ran your mouth, @bullyb170. If you want to be a man and handle this, I’m in the cage and ready to go. He moved away, discreetly looking for assistance. You had your opportunity and you blew it.