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Sean Brady received death threats ahead at UFC 280: “It was pretty bad”



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Top ranked welterweight Sean Brady received threats ahead of his last fight. Photo: Jeff Bottari/Handout Photo via USA TODAY Sports

Top ranked welterweight Sean Brady clashed with Belal Muhammad at UFC 280 a few weeks back. After a crazy first round, the 29-year-old lost the fight via TKO stoppage at the end of round two.

Visiting The MMA Hour, Brady revealed that he and his wife received threatening messages from MMA fans ahead of the bout.

“Someone messaged her and said that if I won the fight against Belal that they would kill me and bury me in the desert – it was pretty bad,” Brady said.

“Dude, these fans, they’re scumbags. Don’t get me wrong, there’s great fans, then there are these people with fake profiles that write to you afterward.”

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Sean Brady: “Don’t message my wife”

The welterweight believed that the people who “hide behind these screens” hate their lives, and revealed that he almost feels bad for them. However, he will never accept that they threaten his family members.

“I don’t let it get to me. I try not to lean into that shit anymore. But my wife, she’s a registered nurse. All she does is take care of people, and people are threatening her, calling her this, calling her that.”

“Message me. Don’t message my wife, especially if you’re a man. Be a man. Say it to me, don’t say it to my fucking wife, because my wife could probably beat you up.”

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