MUST WATCH: UFC star Sean Strickland holds man at gunpoint outside of home until police arrive and make an arrest

"Sit the f*ck down."

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UFC middleweight champion Sean Strickland was seen holding a man at gunpoint in front of his house during an unexpected visit that he has shared online for the world to see.

A video Strickland uploaded to Instagram shows a man stumbling between two vehicles that were parked on Strickland's driveway. The UFC fighter can be seen holding the man at gunpoint, and later pushing him down onto the ground and bellowing, "sit the f*ck down" after an attempted getaway.



Strickland posted the clip on Monday, and says that he initially thought the man was attempting to steal his car. 

"Here’s what I know," Strickland wrote in the post caption, "The guy was drunk stomping out a girl, a security guard seen it, he jumped in his car and drove off. Security followed him, hit a curb, completely shredded his tire, drove on the rim for awhile then jumped out and tried to hide at my house. I initially thought he was stealing my car. He was arrested."

The 32-year-old Strickland is currently preparing to defend his middleweight title for the first time, according to MMA Junkie. He will be facing Dricus Du Plessis at the UFC 297 main event Jan. 20, taking place at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. 

Strickland has had a strong MMA career, with a record of 28-5 since he first began in 2008, per the New York Post

He is also not the first UFC fighter to point a firearm at an alleged home trespasser; UFC heavyweight champion Jon Jones wielded a shotgun as he chased an alleged attempted car thief away from his home in 2020.
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