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American-British internet personality and former professional kickboxer (born 1986)

Andrew Tate

Tate during an interview in 2021
Born
Emory Andrew Tate III

(1986-12-14) December 14, 1986 (age 35)

Washington, DC, United States
Citizenship
  • United States
  • United Kingdom
Occupation Internet personality
Parent
  • Emory Tate (father)
Martial arts career
Height 6 ft 3 in (19 m)
Weight 198 lb (90 kg; 141 st)
Division Cruiserweight, light heavyweight
Fighting out of Luton, England
Bucharest, Romania
Team Storm Gym
Kickboxing record
Total 85
Wins 76
By knockout 23
Losses 9
Mixed martial arts record
Total 3
Wins 2
By knockout 1
By decision 1
Losses 1
By decision 1
Website cobratatecom

Emory Andrew Tate III (born December 14, 1986) is an American-British Internet personality and former professional kickboxer Following his kickboxing career, Tate began offering paid courses and memberships through his website and later rose to fame as an online influencer Tate’s misogynistic commentary on social media has resulted in his bans from several platforms

Early life

Tate was born on December 14, 1986, in Washington, DC He grew up in Goshen, Indiana and Chicago, later moving to Luton, England as a child

His African-American father, Emory Tate, was a chess International Master His mother worked as a catering assistant He is mixed-race Tate learned to play chess at the age of five and competed in adult tournaments as a child

Career

Kickboxing

In 2005, Tate started practicing boxing and martial arts In November 2008, Tate was ranked 7th best light-heavyweight kickboxer in Britain by the International Sport Kickboxing Association (ISKA) In 2009, while employed in selling television advertising, he won the British ISKA Full Contact Cruiserweight championship in Derby, England, and was ranked number one in his division in Europe Though he had won 17 of his 19 fights, he said it was his first belt and title In 2011, Tate won his first ISKA world title in a rematch against Jean-Luc Benoit via knockout, having previously lost to Benoit by decision In December 2012, Tate lost the Enfusion championship tournament to Franci Grajš Before his loss, he had won his previous 18 fights, all by knockout, and was ranked second best light-heavyweight kickboxer in the world In 2013, Tate won his second ISKA world title in a 12-round match against Vincent Petitjean, making him world champion in two different weight divisions He has since retired from combat sports

Big Brother and online ventures

In 2016, while a guest on the seventeenth season of Big Brother, Tate came under scrutiny for his homophobic and racist comments on Twitter After the release of a video in which Tate appeared to beat a woman with a belt, Tate was removed from the show after only six days of participation Both Tate and the woman said that they were friends and that the actions in the video were consensual

Tate boxing in 2014

Tate’s website offers training courses on accumulating wealth and “male–female interactions” According to the website, he also operated a webcam studio using girlfriends as employees Tate and his brother started the webcam business, employing as many as 75 webcam models to sell “fake sob stories” to male callers, claiming to have made millions of dollars doing so Tate stated that the business model is a “total scam”

Tate operates Hustler’s University, a platform where members pay a monthly membership fee to receive instruction on topics such as dropshipping and cryptocurrency trading The platform employed an affiliate marketing program, where members received a commission for recruiting others to the platform Tate became highly prominent during 2022 by encouraging members of Hustler’s University to post large numbers of videos of him to social media platforms in an effort to maximize engagement As of August 2022, its website had amassed over 100,000 subscribers That same month, Stripe pulled out of processing subscriptions for the platform, and Hustler’s University shut down its affiliate marketing program Paul Harrigan, a marketing professor at the University of Western Australia, stated the affiliate program constituted a social media engagement pyramid

Social media presence

Tate received attention for his tweets describing his view of what qualifies as sexual harassment amid the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse cases and for tweeting several statements about his view that sexual assault victims share responsibility for their assaults In 2017, he was criticized for tweeting that depression “isn’t real”

Online, Tate initially became known among far-right circles through appearances on InfoWars and acquaintances with far-right figures such as Paul Joseph Watson, Jack Posobiec, and Mike Cernovich Tate became highly popular during summer of 2022, surpassing both Donald Trump and COVID-19 in Google searches in July Tate has described himself as “absolutely a sexist” and “absolutely a misogynist” He has stated that women “belong in the home”, “can’t drive”, and are “given to the man and belong to the man”, and claimed that men prefer dating 18- and 19-year-olds because they have had sex with fewer men

The White Ribbon Campaign, a nonprofit opposing male-on-female violence, considers Tate’s commentary “extremely misogynistic” and its possible long-term effects on his young male audience “concerning” Hope not Hate, an anti-extremism advocacy group, has commented that Tate’s social media presence might present a “dangerous slip road into the far-right” for his audience In response to criticism, Tate stated that his content includes “many videos praising women” and mainly aims at teaching his audience to avoid “toxic and low value people as a whole” He further stated that he plays a “comedic character” and claimed that people believed “absolutely false narratives” about him

Social media bans

Three of Tate’s Twitter accounts were suspended at different times In 2021, an account that he created to evade his previous ban was verified by Twitter contrary to their policies The account was subsequently permanently suspended, and Twitter said the verification occurred in error In August 2022, following an online campaign to deplatform him, Tate was permanently banned from Facebook, and Instagram, where he had 47 million followers Meta claimed he had violated their policy on “dangerous organizations and individuals” TikTok, where videos featuring his name as a hashtag have been viewed 13 billion times, removed his account as well after determining that it violated their policies on “content that attacks, threatens, incites violence against, or otherwise dehumanizes an individual or a group” Shortly thereafter, YouTube also suspended his channel citing multiple violations, including hate speech and COVID-19 misinformation, and Tate subsequently deleted his channel on Twitch

Tate responded to the bans, saying that, while most of his comments were taken out of context, he takes responsibility for how they were received Boxer and social media personality Jake Paul denounced Tate’s sexism, but criticized the bans as censorship Tate’s content continued to circulate on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok after the bans via fan accounts Following the bans, Tate moved to Gettr and Rumble; the latter briefly became the most downloaded app on the App Store

In November 2022, after the acquisition of Twitter by Elon Musk, Tate’s Twitter account was unbanned

Personal life

On April 11, 2022, Tate’s house was raided after Romanian police received a tip that an American woman may be held at the property, leading to a human trafficking investigation He was interrogated and released Tate has denied any wrongdoing, and called it a case of swatting

In October 2022, Tate announced on his Gettr account that he had converted to Islam A video of Tate praying at a mosque in Dubai, UAE, went viral

Kickboxing record

This sports-related list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items (October 2022)
Professional kickboxing record (incomplete) — 76 wins, 9 losses
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2020-12-16 Win Cosmin Lingurar KO Masters 8 Bucharest, Romania TKO 2 02:02
2020-11-16 Win Iulian Strugariu RXF One Night 3 Show Bucharest, Romania TKO 1 00:49
2020-02-10 Win Miralem Ahmeti KO Masters 7 Bucharest, Romania KO 1
2016-12-03 Loss Ibrahim El Boustati Enfusion Live 44 The Hague, Netherlands TKO 1
For Enfusion Live World Light Heavyweight Title -90 kg
2015-03-14 Win Jean-Luc Benoît Boxe in Défi 16 Muret, France Decision 7 2:00
2015-01-01 Win Liang Ling K1 – China vs USA Changsha, China Decision 3 3:00
2014-06-29 Win Wendell Roche Enfusion Live 19 London, England TKO 2
Wins Enfusion Live World Light Heavyweight Title -90 kg
2014-04-26 Loss Miroslav Cingel Enfusion Live 17, Semi-finals Žilina, Slovakia Decision 3 3:00
2014-03-15 Win Cyril Vetter Power Trophy 2014 Châteaurenard, France KO 1 (12)
Defended ISKA World Full-Contact Light Cruiserweight Title -846 kg
2013-12-01 Win Laszlo Szabo Enfusion Live 11 London, England Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2013-06-29 Win Marlon Hunt Enfusion Live 6 London, England Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2013-03-30 Win Marino Schouten Enfusion Live 3 London, England Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2013-03-09 Win Vincent Petitjean Power Trophy 2013 Châteaurenard, France Decision (Split) 12 2:00
Wins ISKA World Full-Contact Light Cruiserweight Title -846 kg
2013-02-02 Win David Radeff Enfusion Live 1 Zwevegem, Belgium Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2012-12-02 Loss Franci Grajš Enfusion 3: Trial of the Gladiators Ljubljana, Slovenia KO (Knee) 1
For Enfusion 3 Tournament Championship Title, -85kg
2012-12-02 Win Ritchie Hocking Enfusion 3: Trial of the Gladiators, Semi Finals Ljubljana, Slovenia KO 1
2012-05-12 Loss Sahak Parparyan It’s Showtime 56 Kortrijk, Belgium Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
For It’s Showtime 85MAX World Title -85 kg
2012-03-31 Win Joe McGovan The Main Event Manchester, England KO (Three Knockdowns) 1 1:23
2011-11-12 Loss Vincent Petitjean La 18ème Nuit des Champions Marseille, France Decision (Unanimous) 8 2:00
For NDC Full-Contact title -85 kg
2011-08-17 Win Adnan Omeragić Enfusion 3: Trial of the Gladiators, Quarter Final Ohrid, Macedonia TKO (Eye Injury)
2011-08-12 Win Sammy Masa Enfusion 3: Trial of the Gladiators, First round Ohrid, Macedonia KO 2
2011-06-05 Win Jean-Luc Benoît Pure Force 9 Luton, England KO 8 (12) 2:00
Wins ISKA World Full-Contact Light Heavyweight Title -815 kg
2011-03-19 Loss Jean-Luc Benoît Boxe in Défi 12 Muret, France Decision 12 2:00
For Vacant ISKA World Full-Contact Light Heavyweight Title -815 kg
2010-10-16 Win Jamie Bates History in the Making 4 Nottingham, England KO 8
2009-09-26 Win Daniel Hughes IKF Kickboxing Bristol, England KO 1 (10)
Wins IKF British Cruiserweight Title -845 kg
2009-04-25 Win Paul Randle Championship Kickboxing Derby, England KO 5 2:00
Wins ISKA English Full-Contact Cruiserweight Title
2008-09-14 Win Mo Kargbo Absolute Adrenaline Bournemouth, England TKO 5
2008-07-12 Win Ollie Green International Kickboxing at the Circus Tavern Essex, England TKO 4 1:00
2008-05-11 Win Lee Whitfield IKF Pro & Amateur Kickboxing Kent, England Decision 6 (6) 2:00
2008-02-24 Loss Luke Sines IKF Pro & Amateur Kickboxing Kent, England Decision (Unanimous) 5 (5) 2:00
2007-04-07 Loss Scott Gibson Golden Belt Hove, England KO (Overhand Right) 4 (7) 0:37
For ISKA British Full-Contact Light Heavyweight Golden Belt Title -815 kg

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

Mixed martial arts record

Professional record

Professional record breakdown
3 matches 2 wins 1 loss
By knockout 1 0
By submission 0 0
By decision 1 1
Res Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 2–1 Shane Kavanagh KO (punches) Ultimate Warrior Challenge 13 Jun 6, 2010 1 3:00 Essex, United Kingdom
Loss 1–1 Reza Meldavian Decision (unanimous) Ultimate Warrior Challenge 4 Jun 2, 2007 3 5:00 Essex, United Kingdom
Win 1–0 Matthew Wilkins Decision (unanimous) Ultimate Warrior Challenge 3 Feb 24, 2007 2 5:00 Essex, United Kingdom

Amateur record

Res Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 2–1 Luke Barnatt Decision (unanimous) Ultimate Warrior Challenge 12 Mar 20, 2010 3 5:00 Essex, United Kingdom
Loss 1–1 William Morley Decision (unanimous) Ultimate Warrior Challenge 2 Nov 4, 2006 2 5:00 Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom
Win 1–0 Lee Mayo Submission (guillotine choke) Ultimate Warrior Challenge 1 Jun 10, 2006 2 1:05 Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Explanatory notes

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