Tristan Tate is a former professional kickboxer, businessman, and television personality from England. He has a net worth of US$10 million as of 2022.
He is best known for his appearances as a fight commentator for Boxnation and Eurosport televised events. Tristan is a 2-time kickboxing champion in the International Sport Karate Association before retiring from the field.
Tristan is best known for his work as a professional kickboxer on Superkombat, Enfusion Live, Romanian Xtreme Fighting, and Its Showtime. He is the younger brother of Andrew Tate, who is also a former professional sports commentator, Cruiserweight kickboxer, and vlogger.
Apart from his work in the kickboxing world, Tristan Tate also made an appearance on the British reality series Shipwrecked: The Island. The Tate brothers have been making lots of waves on social media lately. Tristan has retired from kickboxing, and Andrew has been gaining attention for their controversial beliefs that mainly concern women.
The brothers have been known as the “Mafia Brothers” by fans and have transformed into internet stars. Tristan Tate focuses mainly on his business with his brother and posting luxury lifestyle videos and photographs on social media.
Tristan Tate was born on July 15, 1988, in Washington, D.C., the United States. He grew up together with his older brother and Andrew Tate, together with his sister, Janie, in their hometown of Luton. Emory Tate, his father, is a former wrestling and athlete advocate who developed combat skills at a young age.
Before joining the military, he became an accomplished chess player and won the US armed forces championship three times. He is of English and Scottish descent. Tristan’s father lost his job at a young age and the family struggled to make ends meet. In the end, they had to move back to England.
Tristan’s father died from a heart attack on October 17, 2015. When Tristan Tate was 8 years old, his mother took him and his siblings back to England. They were mostly teased while growing up due to their American accents.
Tristan Tate Career
Tristan Tate is a member of a unique Family. His brother is an ex-world champion who fought in the Cruiserweight and the supercruise weight divisions. His father was a master chess player.
He came to the spotlight after appearing in the 4th season of the British reality television program: Shipwrecked. The series aired in 2011, and he rapidly gained notoriety. After his successful kickboxing career, Tristan decided to retire to join efforts with his brother in Romania to launch their business.
Since then, he has become a commentator for Superkombat and Romanian Xtreme Fighting (RXF). Although he had retired from kickboxing, he went for a last-minute alternate MMA fight against Adrian Preda in 2016 on RXF 23. Nevertheless, Tristan lost in the first round of the game.
After spending many years in the kickboxing world, he has become one of the toughest fighters around, becoming a 2x ISKA kickboxing champion. The Tate brothers made their wealth by launching many casinos across Romania and investing heavily in crypto. They have a background in kickboxing which enabled them to build their business.
Although he had decided to give up kickboxing, he agreed to a last-minute MMA battle against Adrian Preda on RXF 23 in 2016. Nonetheless, Tristan was defeated in the first round of the bout. The Tate brothers also established their multi-million-pound empire by launching several casinos throughout Romania.
The two have majorly invested in cryptos.
Hustlers University is Tristan and Andrew’s latest business venture. The institution strives to take the average man and turn them into a wealthy Greek. They teach people how to make money through cryptocurrency, stocks, e-commerce, NFTs, freelancing marketing, and a lot more.
There are more than 90,000 people signed up for the program which charges $49 per month. Based on the available records, Tristan and Andrew are making nearly $4.4 million every month in profits. The Hustlers University has been evaluated at a starting $300 million. Tristan became famous after his role in the 2011 British reality television show Shipwrecked.