Andrew Tate compares sports to war: Former kickboxing world champion and global internet sensation Andrew Tate has taken up the headlines ever since…
Andrew Tate compares sports to war: Former kickboxing world champion and global internet sensation Andrew Tate has taken up the headlines ever since his rise to fame. And while the recent headlines have been down to his arrest in Romania, the former kickboxer is still making waves for his controversial comments. And one such is his comparison of sports and war. For more combat sports news, follow Insidesport.IN.
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Tate has never shied away from giving his brutally honest opinion. And although it has often got him into trouble, many fans have also related to some of the things he says. And this may be the case when fans hear his opinion about sports.
Andrew Tate Compares Sports to War: Watch Andrew Tate Get Honest About His Views on the Concept of WAR
Tate recently shared a snippet of his appearance on the Strike It Big podcast on his Twitter account. In the clip, Tate says, “What is sport? Sports is just watered-down versions of war. This is what men have always done. We’ve evolved to be in battle with each other to some regard.”
Thus, this comment from Tate shows that he believes the very nature of competitiveness comes from the history of wars. And having competed in combat sports, Tate has a closer perspective than many others.
‘Top G’ then added, “And now we live in a world where status is the new form of combat. And the true expression of testosterone is showing you can move the world with money. This is why I do a lot of the things I do.”
Therefore, this comment from Tate suggests that ‘Top G’ believes flexing your wealth is now a new form of combat. The reason why he and many others show off their money and status is to compete with others. And given that he calls himself ‘Top G’, this is no surprise.
So this is not as bad an opinion as we have heard from Tate in the past. And while some will still disagree, there is some truth to his comments. Maybe this is why sports often get so passionate and wild sometimes.
What do you make of these comments from Andrew Tate? Do you think he is right about sports being a civilized form of war?
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