KSI vows to ‘DESTROY’ Andrew Tate in fight as sparring footage emerges of controversial kickboxer-turned influencer

KSI vowed to “DESTRUCT” Andrew Tate after footage of the controversial kickboxer and influencer surfaced online.

Tate is a former World Kickboxing Champion and professional MMA fighter, who last participated in 2020.

KSI has vowed to


KSI has vowed to “destroy” Andrew Tate.Photo credit: Getty
Andrew Tate is a former kickboxing champion turned controversial influencer


Andrew Tate is a former kickboxing champion turned controversial influencerCredit: itsandrewtatee/instagram

But in recent years he’s risen to prominence as an internet personality, accused of expressing misogynist views.

YouTube star and crossover boxer KSI has been critical of Tate in the past. resulting in a feud between the two.

And after sparring footage of the American-born Brit was shared, KSI quickly fired a dig.

He tweeted: “If I saw this I would absolutely DESTROY Andrew Tate. Look at me on May 13th for those who don’t believe me.”

In the clip, Tate takes a few shots to the face and stomach before dumping his sparring partner with a body shot.

And in response to KSI’s criticism, he replied: “I literally taught him and told him what to do. I didn’t even hit back.”

KSI, 29, returns to the ring on Saturday against multimillionaire nightclub tycoon and 9-0 boxer Joe Fournier, 40, at Wembley Arena.

Meanwhile, Tate, 36, is serving house arrest alongside his younger brother Tristan, 34, pending a criminal investigation.


They were in December arrested in Bucharest with two Romanian women on suspicion of human trafficking, organized crime and rape.

They have all denied the allegations.

The Tate brothers spent three months in prison before being released and placed under house arrest in late March.

This followed the victory of an appeal against a judge who decided to add another month to his sentence.

Her house arrest was extended by a further 30 days by a Romanian court as no charges have yet been brought against her.

The recent extension of their house arrest means the Tate brothers will not be able to leave their homes until May 29.

Andrew Tate pictured with brother Tristan


Andrew Tate pictured with brother TristanCredit: EPA

Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing zackzwiezen@ustimespost.com.

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