Andrew Tate gives three man hitlist including Logan Paul and sets terms for in-ring return

Andrew Tate says he will only return to the ring to face someone he truly dislikes. The controversial internet celebrity would consider a sanctioned fight against Logan Paul, YouTuber True Geordie, or liberal commentator HasanAbi.

Speaking during a recent appearance on TK Talks, Tate said: “For me to fight it would have to be personal beef and the reason is that it can’t be for money because I have more than anyone would possibly believe and I can’t be motivated by clout because I’m already the most famous man on the planet.

“So, for me to take six months out of my life to beat the s*** out of somebody – it would have to be, I don’t like that person. There are a few people on the internet that I dislike enough to do that. So, yeah True Geordie is some person I’d smash up any day of the week for free, he’s a fat f***, he’s into some haram s*** look it up. 

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“But he’s a coward, HasanAbi is another guy, some liberal guy, he’s a coward. People are cowards so there’s no point in me mentioning cowards’ names… Logan would have to p*** in a cup and do a drugs test and pass which he never would.”

He continued: “Even then, I’m the A-side, not him. Everyone cares about me, not him. It would have to be my promotion, my conditions, working with you, fighting here in Dubai, somewhere neutral.

“I’m not going to America, hum the devil, I’m not going there. So, there’s going to have to be a whole bunch of conditions so it’s not that simple. People say, ‘oh, why don’t you just fight this guy’. If I was to fight some guy it would be a 100 to 200million dollar deal. You think I’m doing that unless I get most of the money? You think I’m going to make some other guy rich?”


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Tate, 36, has become a household name in the internet world for his divisive views and popular online courses in “modern wealth creation.” Before becoming a wealthy entrepreneur, he was an accomplished kickboxer, achieving the status of four-time ISKA world champion during a 52-fight career (43-9).

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