Sneako, Sean Strickland

Sean Strickland batters influencer Sneako, ignores towels thrown in before Forrest Griffin steps in to stop match

Former UFC middleweight champion Sean Strickland battered musician and social media influencer Sneako at the UFC Performance Institute. Former UFC light heavyweight champion and UFC Hall of Famer Forrest Griffin had to step in to call and end to the boxing contest after Strickland ignored towels thrown in to stop the contest.

“Let’s see the influencer,” Strickland said as he taunted the young man.

“Think if you knocked me out, how cool that would look,” Strickland said. “You could actually accomplish something by doing nothing.”

“As we get closer to the three-minute mark, you’re going to about to feel a significant more amount of pain,” Strickland said. “It should be setting in right now that nothing you can do can hurt me, and this is a moment, that as you’re realizing you’re about to have a really bad f***** day in the next minute.”

Nicolas “Nico” Kenn De Balinthazy, 25, is better known online as SNEAKO, is an American internet personality.

Through his main channel “SNEAKO” and second channel “SHNEAKO” on YouTube, Sneako amassed over 2,000,000 subscribers, up until his termination from the platform after repeated community guideline violations. He now posts content on the alt-tech social media platform Rumble.

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