Former kickboxing world champion Andrew Tate gained notoriety in 2022 for his controversial and often criticized views on various social media platforms. Today, he finds himself awaiting trial on serious charges, including r*pe and human tr*fficking, leading to a significant decline in his public presence. Despite legal troubles, the British-American continues to share his unconventional perspectives on diverse topics.
Tate Claims UFC Star Strickland Copies His Teachings Amid Escalating Feud
In a recent development, Andrew Tate has accused former middleweight titleholder Sean Strickland of replicating everything he taught him, despite facing nothing but animosity from the UFC star in return. The feud between the two continues to escalate as Tate alleges his teachings have been borrowed without proper credit.
“So he says ‘hates me’ on a podcast but then copies everything I teach. I’m not mad. Glad there’s more people who understand – We must free minds,” Tate wrote in response to a clip of Strickland on X.Cobra Tate
So he says "hates me" on a podcast but then copies everything I teach.— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) January 24, 2024
Im not mad.
Glad theres more people who understand –
We must free minds.
UFC Star Strickland Unleashes Shocking Claims Against Andrew Tate
Following his standout performance against Israel Adesanya last year, Sean Strickland didn’t hold back on criticism during a podcast appearance. Strickland recounted a disturbing incident where he claims Andrew Tate was allegedly pretending to be a webcam model and involved in inappropriate behavior, including allegations of stealing money from others. The shocking revelations have ignited a new wave of controversy surrounding the former kickboxing champion.
UFC Star Strickland Warns Against Idolizing Tate, Advocates Jordan Peterson’s Values
Strongly condemning Andrew Tate’s actions, Sean Strickland expressed his disbelief on the Full Send Podcast. Strickland highlighted Tate’s lack of remorse for alleged immoral behavior, describing him as a ‘con artist’ and ‘a piece of s***.’ Strickland urged people to look up to figures like Jordan Peterson, emphasizing values of masculinity and honesty, cautioning against idolizing Tate whom he labels as a ‘pimp’ and a ‘w****.’
After a contentious split decision loss to Draculas du Plessis at UFC 297, Sean Strickland is contemplating a future in politics. The MMA star, undeterred by the setback, hints at the possibility of running for public office once he concludes his mixed martial arts career.