Social media influencer and former kickboxer Andrew Tate has weighed in on Israel Adesanya’s recent remarks against formal education. In a viral video circulating online, Adesanya, the reigning UFC middleweight champion, criticized the school system, stating that he received a lot of “useless information” and didn’t find traditional education valuable. While Adesanya completed high school, he dropped out of college to pursue a career in combat sports.
In the video, Adesanya shared his plan to hire a tutor to educate his future children at home, emphasizing subjects like gymnastics and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) to promote athleticism and social skills. He expressed his belief that many teachers are solely motivated by a paycheck and that the traditional school system was designed to create workers for society. Israel Adesanya Israel Adesanya Israel Adesanya Israel Adesanya
Andrew Tate, also a high school graduate and college dropout, shared his thoughts on Twitter in response to the video featuring Adesanya’s comments. Tate agreed with Adesanya’s perspective and succinctly expressed his support with the words, “He’s right.”
As for their respective futures, Israel Adesanya is gearing up to defend his UFC middleweight title against Sean Strickland in a highly anticipated matchup scheduled for UFC 293. The fight will take place at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on September 9, 2023 (September 10 AEST).
Meanwhile, Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate faced legal issues, including allegations of involvement in an organized crime group and human trafficking. After a three-month jail term, they were placed under house arrest, which ended in August 2023. The Tates were formally indicted in June 2023 and are not allowed to leave Romania, as their case remains under investigation.