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Sean Strickland Breaks UFC Middleweight Belt, Hilariously Uses Tape to Fix It, Video
- Sean Strickland beat Israel Adesanya at UFC 293 to win the Middleweight title
- Strickland revealed that he had already broken the belt and used duct tape to fix it
- Fans were more amazed that Strickland had guns and ammunition in the background
Sean Strickland has already broken his Middleweight championship belt.
The American fighter won the title at UFC 293, but it didn’t take long for him to damage it.
As noted by IOL, Strickland claimed the title when he beat Israel Adesanya in the main event.
Strickland won via unanimous decision, as he outperformed the Nigerian-born Kiwi over five rounds.
A hugely entertaining character, Strickland left fans in stitches when he took to social media to admit that he had already broken the belt.
In a video that has since gone viral, Strickland shows off the damage to the belt before attempting to fix it. The American fighter can next be seen grabbing duct tape and attempting to patch up the damaged area.
While the video itself was hilarious, fans couldn’t help but notice the wall in the background.
A host of guns and ammunition could be seen in the background of the video, leaving many fans to focus on that instead.
“That's exactly what I expected his house to look like🤣,” said @YRNSwazyy.
@dkpapin chipped in “Casual 15-20k in guns mounted to his wall 💀💀.”
Strickland defeats Adesanya at UFC 293
As Sports Brief also reported, Sean Strickland is the new UFC Middleweight champion, with the American fighter producing one of the biggest upsets in modern-day UFC history.
He defeated Adesanya by unanimous decision to claim the belt in the main event of UFC 293, with Izzy failing to find his range during the bout and struggling against Strickland's power.
Du Plessis reacts to Adesanya's loss
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The UFC Middleweight fighter took to social media to share his surprise after the main event of UFC 293.
Much like the rest of the MMA fans around the world, du Plessis was shocked by the result, especially as he was next in line to face the Nigerian-born Kiwi, Sports Brief reported.