Andrew Tate is a British-American kickboxer and internet celebrity born on December 14, 1986. He had been practicing boxing and martial arts on the side since 2005. Andrew Tate’s record as an athlete is a noteworthy one.
Andrew Tate’s record in 2009 is amazing. He won the ISKA (International sport karate association) full contract Cruiserweight championship in Derby, England. He was also ranked number one at this weight in Europe, contributing to his record.
In 19 fights, he had won 17 fights, but he said it was his first belt and title. Andrew Tate’s record went downhill after this as he lost the fight for the vacant ISKA WORLD FULL-Contact light heavyweight Championship.
Andrew Tate’s Record in kickboxing, Professional MMA, and Amateur MMA is as follows:
Andrew Tate has won 78 Fights and lost nine fights via TKO/KO/Unanimous decision in his kickboxing career.
In his professional MMA career, he fought one fight, which he won by a knockout.
In his Amateur MMA career, he fought five matches, won 3 fights, and lost two.
Overall, Tate’s record in his fighting career is noteworthy.
Andrew Tate’s record, what is he doing now?
He is a self-proclaimed hustler and 35-year-old influencer, and four times kickboxing world champion. Looking at Andrew Tate’s Record in this fighting career, we can say that he has a successful history in kickboxing.
Despite being successful in his fighting career, Andrew Tate is now an influencer having over 2.7 million followers on Instagram, and is going viral on Tiktok, Twitch, and other platforms.
According to Social Blade, his Instagram has increased by over one million since July 8, 2022. According to Bio Overview, His Net worth as of 2022 is $250 million. Looking at his records, no one would have that he would give up fighting and be an influencer and a Youtube vlogger. He uploads his lifestyle blogs, podcasts, and videos of his business, cars, and lavish lifestyle across his social media accounts.
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