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Tristan Tate’s Fight Record

Andrew Tate is a 4-time kickboxing champion and his brother is Tristan Tate.

He won 6 titles including the ISKA World Full-Contact Light Cruiserweight Champion.

Tristan Tate is also a kickboxer and he said it on various podcasts.

On his Instagram, Tristan’s bio states that he’s a European kickboxing champion.

However, little is known about his kickboxing history because it wasn’t documented.

In this article, you’ll learn about Tristan Tate’s kickboxing/fight record and his stats (e.g., height, weight).

Tristan Tate’s fight record

Tristan Tate’s kickboxing record

26/02/2012WinMartyn FloodEssex, United KingdomISKA British Title

Tristan Tate’s matches are mostly unrecorded because he fought many years ago.

The most popular recorded fight was Tristan Tate versus Martyn Flood for the ISKA British Title.

The fight lasted for about 15 minutes and Tristan won by a TKO (technical knockout).

It was posted by “Cobratate” on YouTube and got over 170,000 views.

In an Emergency Meeting podcast, the Tate brothers discussed the accusation of their kickboxing careers being fake.

Tristan Tate said, “Me and you aren’t real kickboxers?” and laughed.

Andrew Tate responded with, “My fight record, well, not all of it, part of my fight record was on my Wikipedia page”.

“My Wikipedia page has been vandalized”.

“There are videos on YouTube. You can type in Andrew Tate highlights where there are about 9 minutes of video of me fighting 40 different people”.

Tristan stepped in and said, “I don’t actually have a highlight reel”.

“There are five or six videos of me fighting on YouTube. Full fight videos”.

“I was a European champion at my very best and was world champion”.

“You have to understand that when you’re fighting at these smaller shows, there are no TV cameras. It’s not captured”.

“It’s not on Eurosport or the TV channels that you were fighting on”.

“A lot of videos of me simply don’t exist. I was fighting two shows that weren’t televised”.

Tristan Tate’s kickboxing stats

Tristan Tate Kickboxing
DivisionLight heavyweight
Birth nameTristan Tate
Height6’3 (192 cm)
ResidenceLuton, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
BirthplaceChicago, Illinois, USA

Tristan Tate competes in the light heavyweight division.

He became the European Kickboxing Champion once.

He also claimed to be a K1 World Champion.

According to Storm Gym, Tristan is a 2x ISKA British Champion.

“Tristan is a war machine in training and in the ring”.

“He has an enormous tank and work rate and won multiple fights by stoppage”.

“Without any MMA training, he jumped into the cage on the RXF Event in Romania”.

According to Sherdog, Tristan lost to Adrian Preda in the RXF 23 – Judgment Day event.

Most of his fights are not recorded, so they don’t exist on the internet.

Tristan rose to fame after he appeared in Shipwrecked, a British reality television program about a group of people stranded on an island.

The island is deep in the South Pacific, over 12,000 miles from the UK.

In the show, Tristan “had an incredible work ethic” and was “self-motivated”.

Further reading

Andrew Tate Net Worth (Age, Income, and More)

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Andrew Tate’s Fight Record

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