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Video shows UFC execs couldn’t care less about Sean Strickland’s homophobic screeds

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Fight Inc: Inside the UFC, cameras captured a meeting between PR officials about Strickland’s comments prior to his fight last year against Abusupiyan Magomedov.

The former middleweight champ said allowing women to vote “f*cked up” the U.S., and called Germans “stupid” and Brazilians “dirty.”Subscribe to our newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.At the start of the meeting, UFC’s SVP of Communications Renee Breckenridge asked for a recap of Strickland’s bigoted remarks, quipping she had her “pen ready.”Christoph Goessing, the senior PR manager, proceeded to summarize Strickland’s ridiculous words.

As he spoke, nobody in the room reacted. “He had a long speech about not allowing women to vote anyway, and that’s the reason this country is kind of going downhill,” he said. “A couple of choice comments about Germany and America and Brazil, as it relates to his opponent.

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