Misogynist UFC champ Sean Strickland tears into Paige VanZant for OnlyFans claim

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Sean Strickland definitely is no fan of Paige VanZant, the self-proclaimed “Queen of Onlyfans.”

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The UFC middleweight champion fired some shots at the social media star over her recent revelation that she makes more money in a day on OnlyFans than she did in her entire UFC career.

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Strickland took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to share his thoughts on the matter.

“Paige Vanzant said she made more on only fans in 24 hours than she did in the UFC. Let’s unpack,” he posted.

“1. You were signed because you’re hot.

“2. Women’s mma is lame.

“3. Men will pay more to see you naked than to watch you fight.”

“Stay in school kids, fighting sucks lol.”

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Speaking on the Only Stans podcast last week, VanZant said that she has earned a “life-changing” amount of money from posting saucy snaps on the subscription-based platform.

“OnlyFans has definitely been my largest source of income, I would say combined, in my fighting career,” she said.

“I think I made more money in 24 hours on OnlyFans than I had in my entire fighting career. Combined.”

Strickland has never been shy with his opinions, recently ripping into the UFC for scheduling his first title defence in Toronto.

The fighter, who was born in Anaheim, Caif., criticized the Great White North for having “no guns, no freedom of speech,” after learning that he would be headlining UFC 297 against Dricus du Plessis.

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He also misogynistically alluded to the fact that the co-main event, a bout for the UFC Women’s Bantamweight title between Raquel Pennington and Mayra Buenro Silva, wouldn’t sell tickets and PPV buys.

Strickland also posted that perhaps America would be a better place if women were “all back in the kitchen.”

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Someone might need to heed the age-old adage that if you don’t have anything nice to say, maybe don’t say anything at all.

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