UFC Fighter Ian Machado Garry Vows Retribution Against Sean Strickland for Calling His Wife Layla a ‘Paedophile’

UFC Fighter Ian Machado Garry Vows Retribution Against Sean Strickland for Calling His Wife Layla a ‘Paedophile’

Ian Machado Garry, a professional fighter, has decided to confront the falsehoods and abuses he and his wife, Layla, endured over the past months.

Ahead of his comeback at UFC 298 against Geoff Neal, Garry responds to online taunts, especially those targeting his family.

Under the Spotlight: Layla’s Satirical Book and Online Attacks

Garry’s wife, Layla, faced scrutiny when it surfaced that she had written a satirical book over a decade ago.

Despite Layla dismissing the book’s significance, trolls, including fellow MMA fighters, subjected the couple to online abuse.

Garry addresses these attacks, highlighting the emotional toll they took on him, especially when his wife was labeled a ‘paedophile.’

Direct Confrontation: Garry’s Threat to Sean Strickland

At UFC 298’s media day, Garry directly confronts Sean Strickland, expressing his intent to retaliate physically for Strickland calling Layla a ‘paedophile.’

Garry emphasizes that no one deserves such derogatory remarks about their family and vows to settle the score inside the cage.

Unmasking Strickland: Garry’s Critique of His Opponent

Garry goes on to criticize Strickland, questioning his credibility and suggesting that he should focus on his own personal issues.

He predicts Strickland’s irrelevance, asserting that he’ll never be able to deal with Garry in the cage.

Garry outlines his strategy, expressing confidence in his speed and talent.

Family Matters: Responding to Online Rumors

Layla addresses online rumors regarding her first husband, Richard Cullen, allegedly living with the couple.

She swiftly debunks the claim, emphasizing that it’s baseless and untrue, reinforcing the importance of separating fact from fiction.

Future Plans: Garry’s Sporting Ambitions Beyond the Controversy

Looking ahead, Garry outlines his plans, expressing a desire to retire Colby Covington and fight for the UFC title.

He criticizes the verbal sparring that involves family members, advocating for a more respectful approach in the sport.


In the face of online abuse and controversy, Ian Machado Garry emerges as a fighter determined to protect his family, settle scores in the octagon, and pursue his ambitions within the realm of professional MMA.

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