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WATCH: Andrew Tate crony and Twitch star Adin Ross present at octagon-side for UFC Vegas 68

Andrew Tate (left), Dana White (middle) and Adin Ross (right)
Andrew Tate (left), Dana White (middle) and Adin Ross (right)

Andrew Tate's close companion and Twitch star Adin Ross was in attendance for UFC Fight Night 218 which took place at the UFC Apex facility in Paradise, Nevada.

The event attended by Ross was headlined by a heavyweight clash between Derrick Lewis and Sergey Spivak. The co-main event featured a light heavyweight scrap between Jung Da-un and Devin Clark.

The 22-year-old appeared to be having a good time as can be seen in a video uploaded by the UFC.

"Adin Ross here at the UFC fights. Private viewing, it's crazy. Ceramic. I love it."
Best seats in the house πŸ™Œ @AdinRoss sitting Octagon-side for #UFCVegas68 tonight! https://t.co/WspYGolrr1

Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan are currently under investigation over allegations of human trafficking. Tate, who is currently in Romanian police custody, recently stated that he was allowed to have five people as visitors apart from his attorney.

While four of the people named by the former kickboxer were family members, the fifth name was of Adin Ross.

Ross and Tate first met up when the former invited the latter to a Twitch session online. The duo discussed various topics during the session and Ross was advised by the former kickboxer to work out.


MMA fighters have polarising views on Andrew Tate

Andrew Tate appears to have polarized the MMA community. Some athletes stand on the side of the former kickboxer-turned-influencer. However, there are others who consider him to be a bad influence on society.

UFC middleweight Darren Till recently uploaded a tweet, asking for Tate to be released.

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Sharing his thoughts on Tate, Till said the following in an interview with Basketball Diaries:

"I know he’s [Andrew Tate] very controversial, but I don’t think he’s a bad person... I’m a fan of his but not of all his views and that’s just the way the world works."

Watch the full interview below:

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UFC welterweight Randy Brown does not seem to share the same view on Tate as Till. Brown recently took to Twitter to say that people who followed Tate's "weird" advice needed some introspection.

"Not gonna lie subscribing to Andre Tates courses on "how to be a top G" and "how to get girls to like you" is weird as hell. If that's where you're at in life then you're too far gone. Y'all really just need y'all fathers."
Not gonna lie subscribing to Andre Tates courses on "how to be a top G" and "how to get girls to like you" is weird as hell. If that's where you're at in life then you're too far gone. Y'all really just need y'all fathers πŸ˜‚

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