Sean Brady doesn’t hold Ian Garry in high regard. He’s convinced he could dominate the Irishman in a potential face-off.
Brady recently welcomed Kelvin Gastelum back to welterweight. This happened on Saturday at UFC on ESPN 52 at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas. Brady had the upper hand over Gastelum throughout the fight, ultimately submitting him in the third round.
This victory was a comeback for Brady. He had suffered his first career defeat at the hands of Belal Muhammad at UFC 280 last year.
Brady didn’t waste time before redirecting a callout to Garry. He’d also mentioned Garry in the lead-up to UFC Austin. Brady had pointed out Garry’s questionable gym etiquette in the past, which includes regularly recording sparring sessions.
Brady’s dislike for “The Future” is clear. He expressed confidence in his ability to impose his will on Garry during a post-fight media scrum on Saturday.
Brady had some harsh words for Garry. “Just the way he went about his whole thing with his team, it rubbed me the wrong way. He rubs the sport the wrong way,” Brady said.
Brady takes his profession seriously. He doesn’t appreciate Garry’s showboating with cameras in the gym, which got him kicked out of Leon Edwards’ gym. Brady finds Garry’s constant trash-talking distasteful. “I think he’s wack, and I’ll ragdoll him. I think he’s the easiest fight in the division. So if he can get through Vicente Luque, which I don’t think he will, because Luque is an amazing fighter. I heard they’re coming to Atlantic City in March. So we’ll see…if he wants to get into it on social media, it is what it is. But when we get into that cage, I’m going to do the same thing that I just did to Kelvin to him.”
Garry is set to face Luque at UFC 296 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Dec. 16.