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Topic:Andrew Tate - Boxing Fights
Amir Subasic
Posted: 2010-11-16 06:49:29

I look for 1st time PRO Boxing fight for Andrew Tate...83-88kg.
E-mail me to

: )
Amir Subasic
Posted: 2010-11-16 06:56:49

Andrew's record is FC Kickboxing:

F-13 W-10 L-2 D-1


F-6 W-4 L-2

David Fairfield
Posted: 2010-11-16 06:58:30
Amir is that Andrew giving up kickboxing if you fight pro boxing you can't fight kickboxing or has that rule changed??
Amir Subasic
Posted: 2010-11-16 07:10:14
well David if one pays more then the other the choice is easy : )

I think you can fight as well as long as the Manager understands that issue...there is always unlicensed boxing as well!!

Andrew will increase his MMA, K1, MT and BOXING fights...making debuts in few of the Styles but in order to make it big and go for it we will fight anyone at anything : )

FC he has got few fights left if anyone will organise it...I might have to do it at my OWN show which I do not prefer as it means that in order to get someone up to world level you have to do it yourself so what is the point of all the governing bodies then with challenges. defences etcetc!
Posted: 2010-11-16 08:12:35
Hi Amir buddy welcome to the dark

let me tell you where i am, i will match andrew up all day long we have a bounty of fighters that will fight him, unlicensed, but i can only do this if andrew sells tickets...

30 tickets @ £20 allows me to pay andrew £100 purse and match him over 3x2 min

40 tickets allows me to pay him £200 and fight 3x2

60 tickets allows me to pay him £300 and fight over 5 rounds

all above boxing

60 tickets in fc, can pay £300 an fly someone in

zero tickets and can do sweet FA!

as you know in all fighting sports no tickets no work, im a little more open about the structure but will find pretty much same across the board, as the remainder £14.50 from the tickets has to pay production costs and the £0.50p out of every ticket is my profit... god its worth while putting on a show if he can sell tickets can get you 5 gaurenteed fights a year in boxing... fc is a dead pool they have got there heads rammed up that many asses they cant see the turds for

as its a case oh no i may lose my perect record is everything, aint many that will risk it for a biscuit not like the old days, probably why i dont quite fit in, nay bother ;-)

Amir Subasic
Posted: 2010-11-16 13:53:22
It is difficult for my Gym to sell tickets as we fight every weekend in one or the other style and people support as much as they can - you know tickets are not cheap!!!

Thanks for the ok, good to know who is is out and about : )
The Crippler
Posted: 2010-11-16 17:41:34
Master Amir, The Cobra in MT?? :-)
Very intresting x
Amir Subasic
Posted: 2010-11-17 03:30:30
Yes my ALL the Styles : )

bridie murphy1
Posted: 2010-11-17 07:32:05
amir if your lad cant sell tickets maybe you should try the EBF boxing ,i take lads out fighting every week ,they also do mma shows . the fight purse will pay 150 up to 350 depending on who and wot level you fight at .

your statment above ,we will fight enybody in any style lol i love it ,my lads are the same and we work well throught the EBF they give us work every weekend .

let me no if you are interested and i will give you the phone number .

ps 8 of my lads have done 30 boxing bouts each in the past 12 months so there is lots of work for your lad .
Amir Subasic
Posted: 2010-11-17 07:54:34
I will look into it and thanks : )
Posted: 2010-11-17 08:51:24
Amir: I will speak with my match-maker, we have a show in Newcastle on 12th December on the unlicensed circuit. Can probably pay £200 flat purse, alternatively, will pay £10 per ticket.

Interested? Contact me and i shall get the ball rolling.
Posted: 2010-11-17 08:53:55
By the way - £200 would be minimum. We try to match fairly, however Andrew is at a distinct advantage over other novice boxers due to his other fight records.... All fight purses, deals, etc are negotiable.
Posted: 2010-11-20 16:43:57
Hi Amir, with EBF can fight upto 4 times a week, every week!!! one lad we work with earned £45k and he is one of the most dangerous fighters going does not lay down for no one, no one but no one can offer you what EBF can alas you are in Luton they do operate down south but largely northern plenty of £££ to be earnt plus Amir you get paid £50 for every fighter you bring... Take 4 fighters £200 in your pocket and your lads paid upto £350 Who else pays that????? Oh yea nobdy!!! Lol

Sounds too good to be true we can't keep up!!! ;-)
Amir Subasic
Posted: 2010-11-21 06:40:00

Hello Dave,

Andrew will be available to fight from February next year as he is in middle of laser eye surgery etc. so please e-mail me on about possible matches and shows...thank you!

Amir Subasic
Posted: 2010-11-21 06:42:48
Jon my Friend, Tate is paid well for his fights and in MMA they pay £350 and more sometimes as well nevertheless please send me all relevant information to as Tate wants to fight ALL the time next year : )

Posted: 2010-11-21 12:44:56
Could try dell mann, he jointly rns the wcbc, they have alot of shows a year and have champions at most weights. David Bourne is around 88kg I think. He's the wcbc British champ. I reckon Tate would ko him and he's a fan favourite. You'd earn a few pennies boxing him. Look up the wcbc on YouTube and he's on there.
Posted: 2010-11-21 12:46:49
His name is mike Bourne not David.
Amir Subasic
Posted: 2010-11-21 13:10:06
cheers mate...already in touch with Master Dell : )

Posted: 2010-11-21 14:14:40
Dragonfoot: Pete Jackson's BBU, Sean Aldridges EBO, Steve Yorath's BBA, British Masters, etc, have all worked this way for years. Standard rates for fighters £150 + £50 to the manager/supplier.

As a promoter i do not do that however, i negotiate a purse with fighters/coaches and that's that. Benefits the fighters moreso in my opinion.

Amir: Got your email now so will be in touch with offers soon if interested. Will deffo be able to match Tate boxing-wise with what he wants.
Posted: 2010-11-21 16:30:41
Hi, well some very on a singular fee of expenses £50 for fuel

EBF is £50 for each fighter supplied 4xfighters = £200

EBU I was asked to be a part of this from the birth of it around 2004 but could be another EBU was a guy from Leeds good guy but wasn't for me at that time

Let's not get into a dick measuring contest you promote shows so do I, purses are negotiated and ticket deals also offered on my shows, but no one in barnsley knows who or not someone is, unless any fighter was in our way then we would lay out what would be required

It will work out this way if £350 is all you will go out for then you will get fights but not often and at a high level of opponent, at around £200 will be fighting very regular swings and round abouts keep active and paid regular or not as active and paid more for an individual fight

Makes no odds to me either way if anything I lose business if pass work onto storm, but I'm a giving kind of guy ;-)

I don't need to say how good one is and how bad another is, as don't care, I can only speak for EBF and they have proven to be a very good finacial asset to my gym and fighters, every org offers something different EBF is good honest cold hard cash!
Amir Subasic
Posted: 2010-11-21 17:57:40
Thank you guys...I will contact as soon as it is relevant : )

WCBC BOXING White Collar
Posted: 2010-12-13 01:52:09

Ronnie Clark
Posted: 2010-12-28 14:46:35
If ur gonna be boxing white collar andrew be careful as u wont get to turn pro if u want to turn pro and they find out! :)
Ruth Finch
Posted: 2011-12-10 09:16:51
Nice picture...

Boxing Gloves
Posted: 2012-05-09 12:08:40
lots of myths around unlicensed and pro, you can go pro at anytime with what ever boxing background as long as your stepping away in pro its all pro or nothing, if you have a criminal record then its pretty much a no!

if your found to be competing in other forms when not allowed thenif your kicked out no comimg back, if you cant sell tickets depends what your fighting for glory or the money

gotta play the game as the cards are dealt
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