Sean Strickland expresses his desire to settle a score with Ali Abdelaziz, the manager of Abus Magomedov. Read about the controversy and Strickland’s grievances in this article.
| Sean Strickland wants to settle a score with Ali Abdelaziz, the manager of Abus Magomedov.
| Abdelaziz arranged the fight between Magomedov and Strickland.
| Strickland accuses Abdelaziz of spying on him in the gym and expresses his dislike for him.
Sean Strickland, the controversial middleweight fighter, recently expressed his desire to settle a score with Ali Abdelaziz, the manager of Abus Magomedov. Strickland, who has been on a winning streak with two consecutive victories, aims to challenge for the middleweight title in the near future. He wants Abdelaziz to know that he’d be willing to engage in a fist fight with him. Strickland accuses Abdelaziz of spying on him in the gym and has openly expressed his dislike for the infamous Egyptian MMA manager.
The Fight Between Magomedov and Strickland
Ali Abdelaziz played a key role in arranging the fight between Magomedov and Strickland. Strickland claims that Abdelaziz watched him spar and then suddenly approached him with the offer to fight Magomedov. Strickland finds this situation suspicious and believes that the fight had personal undertones. He hopes to confront Abdelaziz and have a civil exchange, but is prepared for any outcome.
Strickland’s Dislike for Abdelaziz
Speaking with freelance MMA Journalist James Lynch, Strickland shared his grievances against Abdelaziz. He accuses the manager of engaging in unethical behavior and expresses his frustration with the situation. Strickland hopes for a positive encounter with Abdelaziz, but is always ready for a good fight.
As of now, Ali Abdelaziz has not responded to Strickland’s callout for a fist fight. Strickland’s recent comments have sparked discussions among fans and the MMA community. What do you think of Strickland’s latest ramblings on Ali Abdelaziz? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.