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Andrew Tate’s Fight Record

Before Andrew Tate became social media famous, he was a professional kickboxer.

He started kickboxing at 17 years old and he was champion at 23.

He retired from kickboxing at 28 but came back to the ring later and got a bad poke in the eye.

According to Andrew, fighting is difficult because you have to reprogram your instincts.

He mentions that you have to constantly train or your reactions will slow down.

In 2020, Andrew calls out Jake Paul for a fight, but he didn’t get a response.

In this article, you’ll learn Andrew Tate’s fight record and kickboxing stats (height, weight, etc.).

Andrew Tate’s kickboxing stats

Andrew Tate kickboxing
DivisionLight Heavy
Professional record (W-L-D)76-9-0
Birth nameEmory Andrew Tate III
Height6′ 2″ / 190 cm
ResidenceLuton, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
BirthplaceChicago, Illinois, USA

Andrew competes in the cruiserweight and heavyweight divisions and has a record of 76 wins and 9 losses.

He became the ISKA Kickboxing world champion 3 times and the Enfusion Live champion once.

His status is currently inactive after retiring at 28 years old.

However, he might return to fighting as he called out Jake Paul in 2020.

In a former interview, Jake Paul claims that he doesn’t know who Andrew is.

In 2022, the two had a face-off in Dubai, which is a teaser that they may fight in the future.

Andrew has a total of 6 titles including the ISKA World Full-Contact Light Cruiserweight Champion title and the 90 kg Enfusion Live World Champion title.

Andrew Tate’s fight record

Andrew Tate fight record

Andrew Tate’s kickboxing record

2020-12-16Cosmin LingurarTKOWin
2020-11-16Iulian StrugariuTKOWin
2020-02-10Miralem AhmetiKOWin
2016-12-03Ibrahim El BoustatiTKOWin
2015-03-14Jean-Luc BenoîtDecisionWin
2015-01-01Liang LingDecisionWin
2014-06-29Wendell RocheTKOWin
2014-04-26Miroslav CingelDecisionLoss
2014-03-15Cyril VetterKOWin
2013-12-01Laszlo SzaboDecisionWin
2013-06-29Marlon HuntDecisionWin
2013-03-30Marino SchoutenDecisionWin
2013-03-09Vincent PetitjeanDecisionWin
2013-02-02David RadeffDecisionWin
2012-12-02Franci GrajšKOLoss
2012-12-02Ritchie HockingKOWin
2012-05-12Sahak ParparyanDecisionLoss
2012-03-31Joe McGovanKOWin
2011-11-12Vincent PetitjeanDecisionLoss
2011-08-17Adnan OmeragićTKOWin
2011-08-12Sammy MasaKOWin
2011-06-05Jean-Luc BenoîtKOWin
2011-03-19Jean-Luc BenoîtDecisionLoss
2010-10-16Jamie BatesKOWin
2009-09-26Daniel HughesKOWin
2009-04-25Paul RandleKOWin
2008-09-14Mo KargboTKOWin
2008-07-12Ollie GreenTKOWin
2008-05-11Lee WhitfieldDecisionWin
2008-02-24Luke SinesDecisionLoss
2007-04-07Scott GibsonKOLoss

Andrew Tate challenged Paul Randall for the ISKA English Kickboxing Light-cruiserweight title and won in the fifth round on April 25, 2009.

He later won the IKF-International Kickboxing Federation British Cruiserweight title against Daniel Hughes by KO.

However, he lost the fight for the ISKA world Full-Contact light heavyweight championship to Jean Luc Denoit.

Three months later, he had a rematch with Jean and defeated him to become champion.

Andrew Tate became a two-time kickboxing champion after defeating Vincent Petitjean.

A few years ago, he lost to Vincent after breaking his hand in the first round.

This time, Andrew demolished him over 12 rounds of 2 minutes.

According to an article by BedfordshireLive, he fought out of Storm Gym in Luton and displayed exceptional skill and power throughout the battle.

He now has world titles in two different weight divisions including 81.4kg.

On June 28, 2014, Andrew fought Wendell Roche for the Enfusion Live 90kg championship.

He won the title in the second round and became the second fighter that stopped Roche in his 200-fight career.

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