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Andrew Tate makes offer to UFC star and will attend UFC 280

Andrew Tate makes offer to UFC star and will attend UFC 280

Andrew Tate will be at UFC 280, according to Sean O'Malley.

Andrew Tate has made an enticing offer to UFC star Sean O'Malley after his UFC 280 bout against Petr Yan.

O'Malley returns to action this weekend when he faces former UFC bantamweight champion Yan.

Ahead of the toughest test of his career, the 27-year-old has been offered to join the controversial TikTok star on a road trip of Eastern Europe after his showdown at UFC 280.

Tate is currently in Dubai ahead of the promotion's Abu Dhabi event and has also been pictured with UFC welterweight king Leon Edwards.

And it appears he wants to join Team O'Malley and is hoping the fighter joins him on an extravagant venture through Europe.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

In a video uploaded on YouTube, Tate can be seen telling O'Malley: "You guys need to come to Eastern Europe with me.

"We need to do a tour when you guys have got like a month of fighting, we'll start in Romania, we all take super cars and drive through all of it, all the way up to Poland.

"We do a three or four hour drive, stay in a city, do all of it, then another three or four hour drive, stay in another city and we'll be able to do all of it."

Back in August, O'Malley claimed that Tate was going to attend UFC 280.

He said: "He's coming to the fight. Andrew Tate is coming to the fight on October 22, he's going to be in Abu Dhabi.

"Kyle [Forgeard of YouTube group Nelk] texted me and he said 'I'm going to see if he wants to come' and then he texted again and said he's coming.

"Top G is meeting another Top G so that'll be fire."

O'Malley hasn't fought since his no-contest against Pedro Munhoz at UFC 276 last summer.

He was on a three-fight winning streak, with victories over Thomas Almeida, Kris Moutinho and Raulian Paiva.

A win over Yan, who's the No.1 ranked fighter in the bantamweight division, could earn him a shot at UFC gold.

Featured Image Credit: Andrew Tate/Alamy

Topics: UFC