Champion kickboxer and playboy businessman Tristan Tate raked in cash from winning fights and setting up businesses, but just how much is he worth?
Away from the ring he’s become something of a TV personality and luxury travel influencer which is boosting his bank balance, as well as running businesses in the adult entertainment industry.
The 33-year-old was born in Washington D.C, before his family relocated back to the UK when he was just 8.
How Much is Tristan Tate worth?
Anyone who has ever coughed up for a pay-per-view fight knows that these athletes aren’t short of a penny or two, so it’s no surprise that Tristan Tate is thought to be worth a massive $10 million (£8.4 million) thanks to his TV appearances, influencing, and webcam studios.
He has more than 750k Instagram followers as @talismantate and regularly updates his feed with flash cars, private jets and fancy holidays (along with ‘motivational’ phrases. As you do.) All of these are expensive, so it’s clear to see he’s not short of cash, and now spends his time as a luxury lifestyle and travel influencer.
The former professional kickboxer also worked as a commentator for Boxnation as well as Eurosport televised events, and is thought to own a Lamborghini Aventador EVO RWD Spyder, a Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport worth $3.5 million, an Aston Martin DBS, a Porsche 922, Ferrari 812 Superfast, and Rolls Royce Wraith. Try not to be too jealous.
He rose to fame through his appearance on the fourth season of Shipwrecked: The Island, back in 2011. It seems that success runs in the family, as his dad was a master chess player, and his brother was a world champion kickboxer.
After retiring from kickboxing, Tristan and his brother Andrew relocated to Romania, after he established his name as a 2x ISKA kickboxing champion. Working together, the Tate brothers built a multi-million-pound business opening several casinos all across Romania. He also moved into the adult entertainment industry, opening webcam studios and set-up an OnlyFans management agency
He also made headlines in Romania when he started dating TV presenter and model Bianca Dragusanu, who was married at the time. She eventually left her husband following the scandal to be with Tristan.
In an interview he boasted:
"People who say money can't buy happiness are wrong.
"I'm currently in a Ferrari, taking it to Spain to drive through the mountains.
"I believe money accentuates your mood - if you're a happy person then it'll only make you more fulfilled.
He added: "My mum doesn't work anymore, I give her £5,000 a month.”