New footage of Andrew Tate sparring inside the octagon has emerged, lands massive blow
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Controversial influencer Andrew Tate took part in an open sparring session in a cage on Wednesday, with footage showing him land a devastating hook on his foe.
Tate is known for living a lavish lifestyle while spouting divisive life lessons and beliefs, many of which have been called sexist and misogynistic.
The 35-year-old is banned from a number of social media platforms after hitting the mainstream media last summer.
Since then, he and his brother Tristan have been active on the streaming platform Rumble in an attempt to escape 'cancel culture'.
Tate is a former kickboxer and has shown an interest in returning to combat sports. He's currently in the Middle East, with footage of a session inside a cage emerging online. You can check it out below.
The self-proclaimed 'Top G' is told he has 10 seconds until the end of the session, which saw him unload a heavy strike on his opponent.
Tate then managed to showcase his head movement to dodge a few jabs. Both men embraced to show there were no hard feelings at the end of the contest.
Recently, Tate has been embroiled in a war of words with fellow social media star Logan Paul. The duo have gone back and fourth, with a fight mooted at some point down the line.
Paul is looking to return to boxing in 2023, but Tate wants a few warm-up fights before going at it with 'Maverick'.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, he also hit back at Tate for accusing him of taking steroids.
"Brother, I've got contenders," Paul stated. "The issue is a lot of them like to talk. A lot of them like to talk and don't actually like to sign on the dotted line.
"We ran into that issue with Andrew Tate, he wants warm-up fights. I saw a thing recently, he accused me of doing steroids which historically has been the accusation that people throw if they're threatened by me.
"I've been accused of doing steroids my whole life just because I have muscles and genetically it is a little easier for me to get in shape for whatever reason.
"But never done them, never will, and I find that a lot of the people that I would like to fight, because I know how big the shows can get, simply just wanna talk.
"They want that clout online and they don't actually want to sign the dotted lines."
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