Andrew Tate Broke A Former UFC Middleweight’s Ribs In A Sparring Session

Andrew TateAndrew Tate reportedly broke a UFC middleweight’s ribs with a kick in a sparring session.  Tate has been making his rounds on the internet and has quickly become a sensation, almost overnight seemingly. Tate was also a former professional kickboxer, and sported a very good record of 43-9. Tate also competed in two MMA matches, […]

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Andrew Tate reportedly broke a UFC middleweight’s ribs with a kick in a sparring session. 

Tate has been making his rounds on the internet and has quickly become a sensation, almost overnight seemingly. Tate was also a former professional kickboxer, and sported a very good record of 43-9. Tate also competed in two MMA matches, one amateur and one professional, ending up with a record of 2-0. Both matches came back in 2010. 

In his one bout, he beat Luke Barnatt, who would end up fighting in the UFC from 2013-2015. Tate took home the win via unanimous decision and the two would later spar as well, while Barnatt was in the UFC. 

Andrew Tate threw a nasty side kick at Barnatt, dropping him to the canvas 

Both fighters were sparring hard and before Tate had dropped him with the kick, he also landed a hard hook. The two exchanged a quick glove tap, as it has seemed as if Tate wasn’t trying to hurt his sparring partner. 

The sidekick was thunderous, and caused Barnatt to tumble backwards, groaning in pain. It would be reported later that the kick broke a few of Barnatt’s ribs. 

Tate’s name has been tossed around as Jake Paul’s next potential boxing match. The two have yet to have preliminary talks, but Tate wouldn’t rule out the possibility. Both Paul and Tate are two huge names on the internet at this time, whether you love or despise them both. 

Whether a fight between the two would bring enough eyeballs is another story, as Dana White had claimed that Paul’s last fight was cancelled due to the low gate at MSG. 

Would you like to see a fight between Jake Paul and Andrew Tate? Do you listen to Andrew Tate, and if so, what is your take on his personality?

KSI To Box Two People On August 27th: ‘Two For The Price Of One’

KSIYouTuber-turned-boxer KSI will be boxing two people on the same night, on August 27th KSI will go toe to toe with rapper, and semi professional futbol player, Swarmz in the first bout. He then announced that he will also be facing off against a professional boxer, Ivan Nikolov. KSI hasn’t boxed since he fought Logan […]

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YouTuber-turned-boxer KSI will be boxing two people on the same night, on August 27th

KSI will go toe to toe with rapper, and semi professional futbol player, Swarmz in the first bout. He then announced that he will also be facing off against a professional boxer, Ivan Nikolov. KSI hasn’t boxed since he fought Logan Paul back in 2019, winning the bout by decision. Ince that fight, KSI has been focusing more on YouTube and his potential rap career.

KSI was supposed to box against another YouTuber, Alex Wassabi. Wassabi had to pull out of the fight, causing Swarmz to step in for the YouTuber. The Fight will take place on DAZN as a Pay-Per-View. Wassabi also beat KSI’s brother, Deji, earlier this year.

Nikolov has a professional record of 3-16-2, and predominately boxes prospects that are looking to fluff up their record.

KSI announced the fight on his YouTube

“Yes, you heard that right ladies and gentlemen,” KSI said. “I, KSI, will be fighting two people, on August 27th. I mean, that alone should enough for you to want to buy the pay-per-view on DAZN. Two for the price of one ladies and gentlemen. I mean, are you not entertained? It’s never been done before in YouTube boxing.” (Transcribed by BJPenn.com)

It seems as if KSI will be opening the event, and closing the event, with the Main Event of the evening being against Nikolov. The matches will be taking place at the O2 Arena, in London, England, which is also KSI’s hometown. KSI had turned down an offer to fight Jake Paul on the 27th, making fans criticize him for not taking the fight. Paul had poked fun at the YouTuber for taking the fight against Swarmz, and not against him.

Are you excited for the two KSI matches?

Atlas Assesses Who’s To Blame For Paul/Rahman Jr. Cancelation

Renowned boxing trainer Teddy Atlas has given his assessment of the failed matchup between Jake Paul and Hasim Rahman Jr. On August 6, Paul was set to face the stiffest test of his blossoming career inside the ring to date in the form of his first pro-…

Renowned boxing trainer Teddy Atlas has given his assessment of the failed matchup between Jake Paul and Hasim Rahman Jr. On August 6, Paul was set to face the stiffest test of his blossoming career inside the ring to date in the form of his first pro-boxer opponent. But just a week before the scheduled…

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Jake Paul Teases “Big-Name Opponent” For October Return

YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul has revealed that he’s got a “big-name opponent” in his sights for a potential October return to the ring. It’s been nearly eight months since polarizing combat sports figure Paul last entered the…

YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul has revealed that he’s got a “big-name opponent” in his sights for a potential October return to the ring. It’s been nearly eight months since polarizing combat sports figure Paul last entered the squared circle. Having bested former MMA champions Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley in 2021, “The Problem Child” hoped to…

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Jake Paul admits he would avoid Israel Adesanya fight: ‘He’s one of the best strikers in history’

Jake PaulUndefeated professional boxer, Jake Paul has admitted that he would likely avoid a potential fight with UFC middleweight champion, Israel Adesanya in the future – given the Nigerian-Kiwi’s striking expertise and overall size.  Paul, who currently boasts an undefeated 5-0 professional record, was scheduled to return to the squared circle earlier this month against Hasim […]

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Undefeated professional boxer, Jake Paul has admitted that he would likely avoid a potential fight with UFC middleweight champion, Israel Adesanya in the future – given the Nigerian-Kiwi’s striking expertise and overall size. 

Paul, who currently boasts an undefeated 5-0 professional record, was scheduled to return to the squared circle earlier this month against Hasim Rahman Jr. – the son of former heavyweight champion, Hasim Rahman, until the Madison Square Garden showdown was ultimately shelved.

Yet to land a matchup since his most recent outing back in December of last year, Paul, a polarizing force on social media and content creator, stopped former UFC welterweight champion, Tyron Woodley with a crushing one-punch knockout in Florida in the pair’s 2021 rematch.

Jake Paul heaps praise on the ability of UFC middleweight best, Israel Adesanya

Calling out a slew of potential opponents since then in his quest to secure fights with the trio of Nate Diaz, Jorge Masvidal, and former two-weight UFC champion, Conor McGregor, Paul insisted that he would likely baulk at the opportunity to secure a fight against middleweight maestro, Adesanya. 

“Honestly, bro, he’s (Israel Adesanya) like probably the only fighter in the UFC that I wouldn’t fight,” Jake Paul said on the TimboSugarShow. “He’s tall as f*ck and, bro, his striking… I mean, I think he’s probably, arguably, one of the best strikers – top three ever in the history of the sport, you know? But there are a lot of UFC fighters and yeah, he’s literally really the only one that I wouldn’t [fight].”

As for a potential fight with Stockton veteran, Daiz, Paul insists that before he hangs up his gloves, he will fight the former lightweight title challenger.

“Yeah, that’s gonna happen within the next two years, for sure,” Jake Paul explained. “It’s huge, man, and it’s getting closer and closer to being real. And finally, the UFC got him (Nate Diaz) the fight with Khamzat (Chimaev). Me versus Nate will probably be at 180 (pounds) and then, you know, I think it’s like, okay, Jake Paul beats Nate then you know, it just gets closer and closer to Conor (McGregor) not being able to duck me anymore.” (Transcribed by Middleeasy)

Dana White Calls MMA Journalist A ‘Jackass’ For Jake Paul Question

UFC President Dana White is getting tired of silly questions involving Jake Paul. White has gone back and forth with the younger Paul brother since the YouTuber began dabbling in the world of boxing. Between online disses, insulting music videos, and v…

UFC President Dana White is getting tired of silly questions involving Jake Paul. White has gone back and forth with the younger Paul brother since the YouTuber began dabbling in the world of boxing. Between online disses, insulting music videos, and various squabbles through the media, these two have developed something of a love-hate relationship…

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