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    ‘I felt quite sick’: Guy Sebastian slams SAS Australia over the brutal boxing fight between Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins and AFLW star Sabrina Frederick

    Guy Sebastian has slammed Channel Seven’s SAS Australia over the controversial boxing match between former Bachelor Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins and AFLW’s Sabrina Frederick on Monday night. 

    Speaking to Nova 93.7’s Nathan, Nat & Shaun on Wednesday, the Aussie singer, 38, said the bout made him ‘feel sick’. 

    ‘My wife and I run a foundation where we deal with domestic violence. I thought that was pretty p**s poor, if I’m being honest,’ he explained.

    ‘I felt quite sick’: Guy Sebastian slammed SAS Australia over the brutal boxing fight between Nick Cummins and Sabrina Frederick

    He said the brutal fight sent the wrong message to young men watching. 

    ‘I think it makes it very difficult to tell your kids, to tell your boy, “You never hit a girl!” It doesn’t matter what the circumstance is, you just never, ever hit a girl. Violence against women is always wrong,’ he said. 

    ‘I felt quite sick if I’m being honest, watching that.’

    The Voice coach clarified that he was not ‘having a crack’ Nick, rather ‘whoever is in charge of the show.’

    Brutal: He noted that the brutal fight sent the wrong message to young men watching. He said: 'I think it makes it very difficult to tell your kids... It doesn't matter what the circumstance is, you just never, ever hit a girl.' Pictured is the fight on SAS Australia

    Brutal: He noted that the brutal fight sent the wrong message to young men watching. He said: ‘I think it makes it very difficult to tell your kids… It doesn’t matter what the circumstance is, you just never, ever hit a girl.’ Pictured is the fight on SAS Australia

    Unimpressed: Guy said of the fight, 'My wife and I run a foundation where we deal with domestic violence. I thought that was pretty p**s poor, if I'm being honest.' He and his wife Jules (pictured with their sons Hudson and Archer) founded the Sebastian Foundation in 2013

    UnGuy said of the fight, ‘My wife and I run a foundation where we deal with domestic violence. I thought that was pretty p**s poor, if I’m being honest.’ He and his wife Jules (pictured with their sons Hudson and Archer) founded the Sebastian Foundation in 2013

    Guy and his wife Jules founded the Sebastian Foundation in 2013. Among the many causes the charity works with, they also help women who have experienced domestic violence.

    Guy’s verdict on the SAS Australia comes after AFLW star Sabrina addressed her matchup with Honey Badger, which she said was ‘an experience I will never forget.’

    She wrote in an Instagram post on Monday: ‘I want to make something very clear so that no one can twist the truth of what happened in the fighting scene.

    'The truth of what happened in the fighting scene': Sabrina Frederick addressed her matchup with the Honey Badger. She explained that she picked Nick because he was 'the biggest challenge' and that 'he would give me a fair fight regardless of my gender'

    ‘The truth of what happened in the fighting scene’: Sabrina Frederick addressed her matchup with the Honey Badger. She explained that she picked Nick because he was ‘the biggest challenge’ and that ‘he would give me a fair fight regardless of my gender’

    Sabrina explained that she joined the show to challenge and push herself mentally and physically. 

    ‘My whole life I have been fighting for equality. For people to treat all as equal, regardless of gender or race and that task was an opportunity for exactly that,’ she said.  

    ‘I volunteered and picked @nickbadger for two reasons. 1) I wanted to select the person I thought was the biggest challenge and 2) I knew our respect was mutual and he would give me a fair fight regardless of my gender.

    ‘I am truly grateful for him and that experience,’ she wrote, ‘Yes, I was scared, but that’s the whole point of SAS not letting the fear consume you, instead harnessing it to empower you.’ 

    Tough challenges: SAS Australia chief instructor Ant Middleton (pictured third) spoke about the brutal hand-to-hand combat task, calling it 'the ultimate test of character and bravery'

    Tough challenges: SAS Australia chief instructor Ant Middleton (pictured third) spoke about the brutal hand-to-hand combat task, calling it ‘the ultimate test of character and bravery’

    SAS Australia chief instructor Ant Middleton also spoke about the brutal hand-to-hand combat task, calling it ‘the ultimate test of character and bravery.’

    He told 7News: ‘Sabrina had the luxury of choosing her enemy and she chose a tough opponent, showing true strength of character and how much she wanted to test herself and get the absolute most out of this experience.’

    ‘Nick did exactly what was asked of him. They both held a good and correct account of themselves,’ he added.

    Did the job: Ant said, 'Nick did exactly what was asked of him. They (Nick and Sabrina) both held a good and correct account of themselves'

    Did the job: Ant said, ‘Nick did exactly what was asked of him. They (Nick and Sabrina) both held a good and correct account of themselves’

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