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Andrew Tate Mocks Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) & Transgenders | The K1Anoop Show

Andrew Tate is a multiple world kickboxing champion who, has recently been (and still is) making controversial comments on social media about: depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and mocking transgenders.

Tate is no stranger to controversy especially for tweeting his strong opinions on Twitter; and on this occasion, not only was he reported by national news outlets (again); he also received mass condemnation (and surprising support) for offending countless people about sexual/gender identity and mental health issues which, we cover on this episode of, The K1Anoop Show.

Not long before the former Enfusion Live champion was embroiled in another national scandal, Tate had announced on Facebook (but the post is no longer available) that he would be making a return to kickboxing in December 2017; and that further details would follow once negotiations had progressed.

“Cobra Tate” had also confirmed via social media that he had recently returned to training and sparring in-preparation for another comeback. Tate last fought and lost his Enfusion world title by TKO against, Ibrahim El Boustati at Enfusion Live 44. It will be interesting to see if and when a return date to the ring is confirmed in the near future and if it could possibly be a rematch with El Boustati for the 90kg Enfusion championship.

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