UFC Star Calls Out Bud Light For ‘Pride’ Agenda

UFC star Sean Strickland called out Bud Light, now a partner with the MMA promotion, for targeting chil.

Strickland has come under immense scrutiny for calling out LGBT groups in recent weeks. Days before his middleweight championship bout against South African fighter Dricus du Plessis, Strickland went on a fiery rant at a press conference where he claimed that identifying with a gender other than the one you are born as was a mental illness.

In response to the backlash from the fearless statements, UFC President Dana White maintained that his fighters can say what they want. Strickland did receive support from conservatives and called out the groups again on Monday.

“I’m so sick of these c——, even Bud Light. I’m the definition of America, yet I’m the bad guy because I believe in two genders. I am the majority, and they force-feed your kids f—ing pride flags. I wanna fight back a little,” Strickland tweeted.

Strickland then retweeted a graphic image of a woman with male genitalia reaching for a pack of Bud Light.

This comes a little over four months since the UFC announced Bud Light as the official beer of the promotion. In an interview with Tucker Carlson, White claimed Bud Light was way more aligned with its critics than they think.

Despite the criticism, many supporters rallied behind Strickland.

As the UFC Star questions, “What happened to America?” He reflects on a perceived shift in societal values, comparing the present to when founders dueled and expressed frustration with what he sees as a lack of resilience and toughness in contemporary society.

In October 2023, UFC announced Bud Light would be its official beer as part of a partnership with Anheuser-Busch following months of controversy surrounding the beer brand that erupted earlier this year and the enormously effective boycott by conservatives against the brands anti-family values.