Peter Aerts

Peter Aerts
Peter-Aerts.jpg
Born(1970-10-25) October 25, 1970 (age 46)
Eindhoven, Netherlands
Other namesThe Dutch Lumberjack
Mr. K-1
NationalityDutch
Height1.92 m (6 ft 3 â„2 in)
Weight104.6 kg (231 lb; 16.47 st)
DivisionHeavyweight
Super Heavyweight
Reach84.0 in (213 cm)
StyleMuay Thai, Kickboxing
StanceOrthodox
Fighting out ofAmsterdam, Netherlands
TeamTeam Aerts (2004-present)
Mejiro Gym (1997-2004)
Chakuriki Gym (1991-1997)
The Champs (1989-1991)
Judoka-Kickboxing (1984-1987)
TrainerThom Harinck (2009-present)
Jan Plas (2004-2009)
Andre Mannaart (1997-2004)
Thom Harinck (1991-1997)
Eddy Smulders (1989-1991)
Mikki Benazzouz (1984-1987)
Years active1985-present (Kickboxing) (30 years)
2005, 2015-2015 (MMA)
Kickboxing record
Total142
Wins106
By knockout79
Losses34
By knockout20
Draws2
Mixed martial arts record
Total3
Wins1
By knockout1
Losses2
By submission1
By decision1
Other information
Notable studentsMourad Bouzidi, William Diender, Leroy Kaestner, Robin van Roosmalen
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: May 29, 2014

Biography

^ Atkins, Ben (9 June 2011). “Cardiac Arrhythmia pushes Mario Aerts to retire early”. VeloNation. VeloNation LLC. Retrieved 5 January 2012.  

Early life

^ Atkins, Ben (9 June 2011). "Cardiac Arrhythmia pushes Mario Aerts to retire early". VeloNation. VeloNation LLC. Retrieved 5 January 2012.  

Career

^ Atkins, Ben (9 June 2011). "Cardiac Arrhythmia makes Mario Aerts to retire early". VeloNation. VeloNation LLC. Retrieved 5 January 2012.  

1985–1992: Early career

^ Atkins, Ben (9 June 2011). "Cardiac Arrhythmia pushes Mario Aerts to retire early". VeloNation. VeloNation LLC. Retrieved 5 January 2012.  

1993: K-1 debut

On January 29, 1993, Aerts defeated Peter Selkthorpe of Britain by first-round knockout using a knee strike to win the Western european Muay Thai name in Best, Netherlands. Then rematched Maurice Smith in Amsterdam on March 7, 1993 and knocked him out with the right high kick, a method that could become Aerts' personal move.These wins gave Aerts the reputation being a top-level kickboxer and he was invited to be a part of the K-1 Grand Prix '93, an eight-man, one-night tournament composed of the world's best heavyweights and light heavyweights kept in Tokyo, Japan. He encountered Ernesto Hoost in the quarter-finals, and after an in depth three rounds, Hoost was called the champion by bulk decision (29-28, 30-28, 30-30).He returned to K-1 in Sept 4, 1993 against Dino Homsey at K-1 Illusion and KO'd the American using a still left high activate round one particular. Fifteen days afterwards in Amsterdam, Aerts produced the initial defence of his WMTA Globe Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament against Rob truck Esdonk, knocking him out with the right hook significantly less than one minute into circular four.

1994–1995: Successive K-1 World Grand Prix Championships

Aerts knocked out Markus Fuckner of Germany on Feb 20, 1994 in Amsterdam to wthhold the WMTA Heavyweight Muay Thai name before moving out to Japan to be a part of the K-1 Grand Prix '94 that was held in Tokyo on Apr 30, 1994. In the quarter-finals, Aerts was attracted against Rob truck Esdonk whom he previously defeated in holland six months previously. Truck Esdonk knocked Aerts down in circular one but Aerts could keep coming back and KO him with the right high kick. In the semis, he encountered Patrick Smith, an American using a outrageous, aggressive design. Aerts was still in a position to deal with him, nevertheless, and KO'd him simply over about a minute into the initial round. Progressing in to the last, he came against Masaaki Satake for the next time. Aerts merely landed better and a more substantial amount of hits on Satake on the way to a unanimous decision (27-25, 30-25, 30-29) success. This produced him the 1994 K-1 Globe Grand Prix Champ.He returned towards the band on Sept 12, 1994 at the night time of the Superstars competition in Rotterdam. On the quarter-final stage, he encountered Rob truck Esdonk for the 3rd period and Lumberjack'd him using the high kick once again. Then knocked out Glenn Wijngaart in the semis and proceeded to go into the last against Frank Lobman, who was simply thirty-eight at this time and facing Aerts for the 3rd period. Aerts battered Lobman until his part threw in the towel in circular two.Aerts in that case made the 3rd defence of his WMTA Globe Heavyweight Muay Thai name against Ergin Solmaz in Amsterdam on November 12, 1994, prior to going back again to Japan to combat Glen Parker in K-1 Star. He knocked Parker out using a knee in circular one.On March 3, 1995, he defeated Kirkwood Walker via correct low kick knockout in circular three on the K-1 Grand Prix '95 Starting Fight which qualified him for the K-1 Grand Prix '95 on, may 4. In the quarter-finals, he dispatched Japanese karateka Toshiyuki Atokawa easily, knocking him out with punches in the initial circular. He went against Ernesto Hoost for the 3rd amount of time in the semis in that which was another close combat. After three rounds, the judges known as it a pull therefore it visited an extra circular, and Aerts had taken the unanimous decision (10-9, 10-9, 10-9). In the ultimate, Aerts came against hard-hitting Frenchman Jérôme Le Banner who acquired knocked out his two competitors in the run-up to the ultimate. The battle didn't last lengthy, as Aerts completed Le Banner having a body shot in circular one to end up being the K-1 Globe Grand Prix Champ for the next year running.Aerts then defeat Michael Thompson by KO inside a superfight in the K-3 Grand Prix '95 in Nagoya on July 16, 1997 before conquering Hubert Numrich by factors for the WMTA Globe Super Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament in Amsterdam on Oct 28, 1995. He finished the year having a forty-second KO make an impression on Mike Bernardo, a mean South African known for his punching power, at K-1 Hercules on Dec 9, 1995. This might be the to begin six meetings between your males from 1995 to 1998, in what became one of the primary feuds in K-1 background.

1996–1997: Rivalry with Mike Bernardo, and split from Chakuriki

On March 10, 1996, Aerts knocked out Jean-Claude Leuyer using a highlight-reel high kick on the K-1 Grand Prix '96 Starting Fight in Yokohama to be eligible for the 1996 K-1 World Grand Prix.On the K-1 Grand Prix '96 on, may 6, he came against Mike Bernardo again on the quarter-final stage. Currently a prominent name in K-1 as well as the reigning Grand Prix champ, Aerts was the favourite to earn the 1996 competition and as he previously demolished Bernardo simply six months previous, he was likely to perform the same this time around. It was never to become, nevertheless, and after a sluggish first circular, Bernardo switched the fight right into a brawl in the next. The referee offered Aerts a count number in circular two, and in circular three Bernardo knocked Aerts out with the right hook. Bernardo experienced damaged Aerts' nineteen-fight earning work, and became the 1st man to defeat him in since Ernesto Hoost in 1993.Aerts was presented with the opportunity to avenge this reduction in K-1 Revenge '96 4 weeks later, on Sept 1, 1996 when the plastic match was made between your pair. Expectation was high, however the battle was an anticlimax. In the 1st round, Aerts captured Bernardo with an inadvertent low blow. When Bernardo was struggling to continue, Aerts was disqualified.This settled nothing obviously, and K-1 quickly booked the rematch towards the rematch, this time around for Oct 16 and K-1 Celebrity Wars '96. Aerts knocked Bernardo down in circular one and continuing to harm him with low kicks through the entire fight. In circular two, the referee offered Aerts a standing up eight count number but he contested this as he just stumbled after tossing a kick. By the 3rd circular, Aerts experienced started to have a defeating and Bernardo KO'd him with the right connect towards the finish of the circular. After heading undefeated in nearly twenty battles over 3 years, Aerts experienced now lost 3 x in-a-row, all to Mike Bernardo.In 1997, Aerts broke his operating relationship with Thom Harinck as well as the Chakuriki Gym and visited teach under former challenger Andre Mannaart in the Mejiro Gym.He returned towards the band for the very first time since his trilogy with Mike Bernardo about March 16, 1997 at K-1 Kings '97 where he previously the to begin his four conferences with legendary Swiss Kyokushin fighter Andy Hug. Hug was the 1996 K-1 Grand Prix Champ, but Aerts could overwhelm him and pressured the referee to avoid the match in circular one. Then continued to reunite on the right track by TKOing Jean-Claude Leuyer at K-1 Braves '97 on Apr 29, 1997 and KOing Jérôme Le Banner at K-1 Wish '97 on July 20, 1997.He qualified for the 1997 K-1 GP when he defeat James Warring on the K-1 Grand Prix '97 1st Circular on Sept 7, 1997. At the start of the combat, Warring pretended that he wished to sportsmanly contact gloves with Aerts and attemptedto sneakily punch him with the right overhand when he got near him. Aerts could dominate all of those other combat before knocking him frosty with the right high activate round three.On the K-1 Grand Prix '97 Final on November 9, Aerts came against Mike Bernardo for the fifth period on the first stage. Aerts utilized his superior swiftness to choose Bernardo aside with punches before completing him using a body shot in circular three. This brought their rivalry to 2-2, discounting the disqualification. Marching in to the semi-finals, he previously his second match against Andy Hug. After three hard-fought rounds, Hug was presented with the nod via unanimous decision (30-29, 30-28, 30-28) and Aerts was removed.

1998: Third K-1 World Grand Prix title

Aerts kicked off 1998 with many decision victory more than Ernesto Hoost, their third combat, in K-1 Kings '98 on Apr 9. Then travelled to Zurich, Switzerland to combat Andy Hug for his WKA Globe Super Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament at K-1 Combat Evening '98 on June 6, 1998. Hug defeated Aerts via unanimous decision after five rounds to retain his name.He also shed his next fight the Brazilian karateka Francisco Filho at K-1 Fantasy '98 on July 18, 1998. Aerts knocked Filho down in circular one however the match was ceased by the physician by the end of the circular as Aerts got a large lower on his shin, and Filho was honored the victory.He shortly returned to create, nevertheless, knocking out Sinisa Andrijasevic in circular two on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix '98 Starting Round on Sept 27, 1998 to be eligible for the K-1 Grand Prix '98 Last Round on Dec 13. Kickboxing got turn into a mainstream sensation in Japan by this time around and the function was went to by even more that 60,000 spectators on the Tokyo Dome. Drawn against Masaaki Satake on the quarter-final stage, he wrecked japan fans' favorite with knees through the Thai clinch in the initial circular. In the semis, he emerged against his outdated nemesis Mike Bernardo. Understanding that Bernardo is certainly a very spiritual Christian, Aerts arrived to the band with "666" created on his lumberjack t shirt. Aerts knocked him down double in circular one and compelled the referee to avoid the bout, sending him in to the last against Andy Hug. This brought a finish with their rivalry with a standard tally at 3-2 to Aerts, discouning the DQ. The ultimate between Aerts and Hug lasted only a tiny and ten secs as Aerts knocked him out using a brand high kick to earn his third K-1 Globe Grand Prix.This is the fastest tournament win in K-1 history, as he knocked out most of his opponents in the 1st round in an archive time of 6:43 mins, until Semmy Schilt won the Globe Grand Prix in '09 2009 in 5:54 moments.

1999–2002: Poor showings at the Grand Prix

Peter Aerts began 1999 within a full vein of form, finishing Michael McDonald, Jim Mullen, Matt Skelton, Maurice Smith and Sam Greco, respectively, during the period of five a few months. On the K-1 Globe Grand Prix '99 Starting Circular, the qualifying circular for the 1999 K-1 WGP, on Oct 5, 1999, he had taken a unanimous decision success over Lloyd truck Dams. In the quarter-finals from the K-1 Grand Prix '99 Last Round on Dec 5, 1999, Aerts proceeded to go against Jérôme Le Banner for the 3rd time. Simply fifteen seconds in to the initial circular, he dropped the best Frenchman with a higher kick. Although dazed and obviously harm, Le Banner could make the count number and returned to knock Aerts out having a damaging left hook at only over the main one minute-mark of circular number 1, sending the reigning champ crashing from the tournament.Third , loss, he came back to the band against Japanese star Musashi at K-1 Increasing 2000 just a little over per month down the road January 25, 2000. Aerts earned by specialized knockout when Musashi's part stopped the battle by the end of circular four. On Apr 23, 2000, he defeated Ray Sefo via low kick KO in circular three at K-1 The Millennium. This might be the to begin three fights between your legends.Aerts continued his win-streak when he knocked out Andrew Thomson in fifty-six mere seconds at K-1 Ruler of the Band 2000 in Bologna, Italy on, may 12, 2000. This operate came to a finish, nevertheless, when he arrived against Cyril Abidi, a guaranteeing youthful French fighter, at K-1 Spirits 2000 on July 7, 2000. Abidi were able to pull Aerts right into a brawl and triggered a huge annoyed by KOing him in circular one. Aerts was after that given the opportunity to demonstrate this reduction was just a fluke when he rematched Abidi in the quarter-finals from the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2000 in Yokohama, a qualifying competition for the 2000 Globe Grand Prix. He was struggling to do so, nevertheless, and Abidi ceased him on the way to the ultimate.Despite having misplaced his last two battles and failing woefully to win a K-1 qualifying competition, Aerts was even now invited towards the K-1 World Grand Prix 2000 Last in the Tokyo Dome on Dec 10, 2000 because of his status among the world's best kickboxers. In the quarter-final stage, he was presented with his plastic match with Cyrl Abidi. Aerts dominated the battle this time around, and knocked Abidi down using a two-punch mixture just seconds following the starting bell. He had taken a unanimous decision (29-26, 29-28, 29-26) after three rounds. Nevertheless, during the combat, Abidi headbutted Aerts many times which triggered a trim on his forehead. For this reason trim, Aerts cannot progress in the competition and was changed by Abidi in the semis.Aerts would in that case KO Stuart Green in circular one within a superfight on the K-1 Holland GP 2001 in Arnhem on Feb 4, 2001, his initial fight in holland in almost 6 years. After a choice reduction to Mirko Cro Cop at K-1 Gladiators 2001 and a TKO make an impression on Nobu Hayashi at K-1 Burning up 2001 in early 2001, he got into the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2001 in NEVADA on August 11, 2001. After knocking out Noboru Uchida in the quarter-finals from the tournament, he previously his fourth combat with Maurice Smith in the semis and proceeded to go 4-0 within the American with a supplementary circular unanimous decision. In the ultimate, he was KO'd by Stefan Leko past due in the 3rd round.On the K-1 World Grand Prix 2001 Final on December 8, 2001, Aerts went against Francisco Filho on the first stage. Aerts created a big hemotoma on his still left feet when Filho obstructed one of is own kicks along with his leg. For this reason, Aerts' part stopped the combat by the end of circular two and he was removed from the competition.He kicked off 2002 with wins more than Nicholas Pettas and Andrei Kirsanov in the first fifty percent of the entire year just before losing many decision to Alexey Ignashov on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2002 in Fukuoka in July 14, 2002. He experienced for the 2002 K-1 Globe Grand Prix last eight when he gained a unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) success over Glaube Feitosa on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2002 Last Elimination on Oct 5, 2002. On the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2002 on Dec 7, 2002, Aerts was removed in the Grand Prix on the quarter-final stage for the 4th year working when he was beaten by Ray Sefo via divide decision (29-30, 30-28, 30-29).

2003–2005: Becoming "Mr. K-1"

Although Aerts didn't have as very much success in the 2000s as he did in his previous K-1 career, he stayed a competitive challenger. Even though Andy Hug passed away and additional old-school legends Branko Cikatić, Mike Bernardo, Sam Greco, Ernesto Hoost and Stan Longinidis all retired, Aerts continuing to face the brand new generation of celebrities.Stefan Leko defeated Peter Aerts for the next period on March 30, 2003 in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2003 in Saitama. He rebounded from two consecutive defeates, nevertheless, and knocked out Tsuyoshi Nakasako with a higher kick at K-1 Beast II 2003 on June 29, 2003 before qualifying for the 2003 K-1 WGP by defeating Jerrel Venetiaan via unanimous decision (30-29, 30-29, 30-28) at K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2003 Last Elimination on Oct 11, 2003. In the quarter-finals from the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2003 Last on Dec 6, Aerts proceeded to go against Alexey Ignashov. After an in depth three rounds, the combat was have scored a pull and visited an extra circular. Aerts was judged the champion unanimously (10-9, 10-9, 10-9) and advanced in to the semis for the very first time since he gained the Grand Prix in 1998. Against Musashi in the next stage was another close decision. This time around, nevertheless, the judges proceeded to go towards Aerts' opposition and Musashi gained many decision (30-30, 30-29, 30-29).In 2004, Aerts still left Mejiro Gym to found Group Aerts, training away of Kops Gym in Amsterdam under Henry Hooft and Jan Plas. After half a year from the band, he came back against Gary Goodridge on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2004 in Nagoya on June 6, 2004. After withstanding the Trinidadian brawler's preliminary onslaught, Aerts brutalised Goodridge with low kicks over two . 5 rounds. Although Goodridge was still video game, he could hardly stand as well as the referee ended the combat in circular three. Aerts after that defeated Michael McDonald by unanimous decision (30-29, 30-29, 29-27) on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2004 Last Elimination on Sept 25, 2004 to be eligible for the K-1 Globe GP last eight. The K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2004 Last, held on Dec 4, 2004, noticed Aerts rise against South African boxer Francois Botha in the quarter-finals. Aerts dropped in the initial circular when he cannot continue after injuring his knee while low kicking Botha.After a comparatively poor 2004, Aerts went into 2005 with a supplementary around unanimous decision (9.5-8, 10-8.5, 10-8) over American potential customer Carter Williams within a superfight on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2005 in Seoul on March 19, 2005. Williams' intense style acquired Aerts backtracking for a lot of the combat, but he was still in a position to present his course and take success in the choosing round. He found another make an impression on Mighty Mo on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2005 in Osaka - Last Elimination on Sept 23, 2005 to make sure his place on the 2005 Globe Grand Prix. Mo demonstrated signs of harm from Aerts' kicks towards the finish from the initial circular, and Aerts could finish off him with a minimal kick in circular two. In the quarter-finals from the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2005 in Tokyo Last on November 19, 2005, he encountered Jérôme Le Banner for the 4th time. The combat started gradually, with both guys showing respect for every other's power, but continued to be a thrilling and close match. The judges obtained it a attract after three rounds and it proceeded to go into a supplementary round to choose the champion. All three judges decided that Aerts was the champion (10-9, 10-9, 10-9). Damage would hinder him once more, nevertheless, and he was pressured to grab from the Grand Prix as he cannot battle again that night time. Having produced his debut in combined fighting techinques on July 6, 2005 when he knocked out previous sumo wrestler Wakashoyo at Hero's 2, Aerts came back for his second and last MMA bout against judoka Shungo Oyama at K-1 High quality 2005 Dynamite!! on Dec 31, 2005. Aerts was obviously not really acquainted with grappling and was posted with a back heel connect by Oyama when the battle went to the bottom in the 0:30 tag of circular one.

2006–2007: So close and yet so far

On March 5, 2006, Aerts went in to the ring using the 212 cm (6 feet 11 1⁄2 in) 2005 K-1 Globe Grand Prix Champ Semmy Schilt inside a superfight in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006 in Auckland. After three rounds, Aerts was presented with almost all decision (28-28, 28-28, 29-28) make an impression on the huge karate fighter. This earn demonstrated that, while his shows against top-tier competition have been waning lately, he was still a world-class kickboxer.In his next battle, Aerts faced fellow K-1 legend Ernesto Hoost (the fifth and final achieving between the set) in the K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Amsterdam on, may 13, 2006. The conditions encircling the match had been rather bizarre as Hoost was planned to handle Bob Sapp that night time and Aerts was just there to commentate for tv. However, Sapp went from your Amsterdam Market and Aerts stepped directly into replace him, and experienced to borrow a set of fighting pants from Semmy Schilt (which experienced Schilt's name created to them and shown the Golden Glory gym's logo design). Despite having not really qualified for the battle, Aerts was still in a position to last all three rounds with Hoost and dropped many decision (30-29, 30-28, 30-30).Then, carrying out a knockout make an impression on Hiraku Hori in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006 in Seoul in June and a choice triumph against Gary Goodridge in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006 in Sapporo in July, Aerts faced Musashi inside a competition reserve fight in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006 in Tokyo Final in Dec 2, 2006. He defeated Musashi by first-round KO, and after Remy Bonjasky was compelled to withdraw in the Grand Prix because of a personal injury, Aerts had taken his place and fulfilled Glaube Feitosa in the semi-finals. After knocking the karate guy down using a barrage of attacks in circular two, the referee halted the battle and Aerts experienced to the ultimate in which a rematch with reigning champ Semmy Schilt anticipated. He was struggling to reenact his March 2006 overall performance, nevertheless, and Schilt required a unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-28) after three rounds. Schilt knocked him down having a leg in circular two and dominated the battle overall along with his size advantage.On June 23, 2007 in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2007 in Amsterdam, Aerts faced Bob Sapp inside a much-anticipated superfight. In that which was a fairly anti-climactic affair, Aerts struck Sapp using the remaining knee, Sapp dropped down as well as the battle was over in 0:25 from the 1st round. Then KO'd Nicholas Pettas having a sensational high kick in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2007 in Hong Kong on August 5, 2007 prior to going against Ray Sefo in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2007 in Seoul Last 16 on Sept 29, 2007. He received the battle by the end from the 1st circular by TKO (part stoppage) when Sefo didn't solution the bell. Due to his triumph, Aerts certified for his 15th consecutive K-1 Globe Grand Prix .The K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2007 Last happened on Dec 8, 2007 in the Yokohama Arena. After an instant knockout of Junichi Sawayashiki in the quarter-finals, he fulfilled two-time K-1 Globe Grand Prix champion Remy Bonjasky in the semis and dominated him on the way to a unanimous decision (30-29, 30-27, 30-28) earn which would consider him in to the final for any plastic match with defending champ Sem Schilt. Midway through the 1st round, Aerts transpired in discomfort clutching his correct leg. He was struggling to continue because of injury once more and Schilt regained the name.

2008–present: Later career and legend status

Aerts began 2008 having a TKO make an impression on South African large Jan Nortje on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2008 in Fukuoka on June 29, before conference Semmy Schilt for the fourth period on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2008 in Seoul Last 16 on Sept 27. Aerts gained by bulk decision (30-29, 30-29, 30-30) to create their rivalry to 2-2 and be eligible for the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2008 Last which was kept on Dec 6, 2008. He was removed at the initial stage by K-1 Heavyweight Champ Badr Hari. Aerts provided a poor functionality in the match, and was knocked down significantly less than twenty secs into circular one. In the next circular, Hari dominated a lot more and compelled the referee to avoid the fight.Third , poor displaying, many critics and devotees thought that, at 38 years of age, Aerts was too old and past his perfect. non-etheless, he was driven to return to create and began schooling under Thom Harinck once again in early 2009. With Harinck back his part, Aerts experienced Errol Zimmerman within a superfight on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2009 in Yokohama. Even though the fight visited an extra circular decision which Aerts received unanimously (10-9, 10-9, 10-9), he appeared as if a very much improved fighter. Third ,, he knocked out previous globe cruiserweight boxing champ Yosuke Nishijima with a minimal kick in circular three at a K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2009 in Tokyo Last 16 Qualifying GP superfight. With two great showings under his belt that 12 months, Aerts then proceeded to go against Alistair Overeem in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2009 in Seoul Last 16 on Sept 26, 2009. Despite Overeem's youngsters, size and power benefit, Aerts was still the preferred entering the battle as Overeem experienced mainly spent his profession as an MMA fighter rather than a kickboxer. Although there have been no knockdowns in the match, Overeem dominated over three rounds and got the unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).After this combat, Aerts dropped more excess weight under a diet that Harinck set for him, dropping to 103 kg instead of his normal 109–112 kg. He got part within a competition reserve bout on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2009 Last on Dec 5, 2009, defeating Gökhan Saki by unanimous decision (30-27, 29-27, 29-28). non-e of the competition fighters had been withdrawn, however, which means this was the very first time because the tournament's founding in 1993 that Aerts hadn't competed on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix.Aerts continued to drop pounds, and on Apr 3, 2010, he faced K-1 Heavyweight (-100kg) Champ Kyotaro for the name on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2010 in Yokohama. He arrived to the combat at 97 kg. Despite searching who is fit, he was knocked down double in the initial round (although the next knockdown didn't count since it came just like the bell sounded) before obtaining knocked out with among Kyotaro's well-known punches in the next.Following this beat, Aerts regained a number of the pounds that he previously dropped for his match against dreadlocked karate guy Ewerton Teixeira in the K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 in Seoul Final 16 on October 2, 2010. A detailed match, it had been decided by a supplementary circular unanimous decision (10-9, 10-9, 10-9) towards Aerts who after that certified for the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2010 Last on Dec 11. In his 17th appearance in the K-1 WGP, he defeated Mighty Mo by first-round KO in the quarter-finals. In the semi-finals, he arrived in person along with his archrival Semmy Schilt, inside a battle where he was an enormous underdog because of his age group and Schilt's achievement in this year's 2009 Grand Prix. After becoming cut above the attention and completing the battle with a inflamed face, Aerts received a brilliantly fought decision. Nevertheless, he had used a whole lot of harm in the battle with Schilt and began to coughing up bloodstream in his changing space after the battle. He was overwhelmed with a much less damaged and far fitter and larger Alistair Overeem and dropped by first-round TKO. Though he was defeated, he broke three globe information in K-1: He became the oldest guy (at 40 years outdated) to ever make it to the K-1 Globe Grand Prix Last, he marked one of the most quantity of performances (6) that any fighter got available it to the ultimate, and in addition became the initial person to ever defeat Semmy Schilt within a tournament.Aerts was likely to encounter Melvin Manhoef on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2011 in Nanjing Last 16 on Oct 29, 2011. Nevertheless, the function was terminated with K-1 encountering severe financial complications. With his Dec schedule very clear for the very first time in 18 years, he defeated Japanese fighter Mr. Kamikaze by first-round TKO on the show entitled Hinokuni Kakuto Densetsu Tale 2 on Dec 11, 2011.His next combat was a TKO reduction against Tyrone Spong at an It's Showtime event on June 30, 2012 in Brussels, Belgium. From then on fight he'll fight solely for at least another 2 yrs with GLORY, a fresh kickboxing group where a lot of the best champions visited. Aerts announced after his reduction that he offers six more battles on his agreement and he desires one particular to be always a rematch against Tyrone Spong.He competed in the sixteen-man 2012 Glory Heavyweight Grand Slam at Glory 4: Tokyo - 2012 Heavyweight Grand Slam in Saitama, Japan about Dec 31, 2012 but damage forced him to bow from the tournament in the 1st stage. He performed well in circular one of is own bout along with his one-time college student Mourad Bouzidi but broke his correct hand in the procedure and was struggling to turn out for the next round.He fought Jamal Ben Saddik in Glory 8: Tokyo - 2013 65kg Slam on, may 3, 2013 in Tokyo. An unhealthy begin to the battle for Aerts noticed him decreased early and he was lucky to endure the first around. However, inside a dramatic turnaround in the next, he arrived intense and floored the huge Moroccan 3 x, forcing a referee stoppage.In that which was publicized as his retirement match, Aerts dropped a tightly-contested divided decision to Rico Verhoeven at Glory 13: Tokyo - Welterweight World Championship Tournament in Tokyo, Japan on December 21, 2013.Aerts was likely to compete within a heavyweight competition in GFC Series 1 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on, may 29, 2014. Nevertheless, a press declaration issued with the advertising later mentioned that he'd fight in the card within a one-off fight Dewey Cooper. Aerts fought to a pull with Cooper, tearing his hamstring through the match.Aerts will combat Freddy Kemayo in Fight Evening Saint-Tropez II in Saint-Tropez, France on August 4, 2014.He is likely to combat Ernesto Hoost for the sixth period on Oct 19, 2014 in Osaka for the vacant WKO Globe Heavyweight Championship.

Personal life

Aerts played a fictionalized edition of himself in the 2011 Dutch humor film New Children Turbo where the protagonists, several men who always search for difficulty and create chaos in a little village, borrow some cash from him. He's seen surviving in a villa, and in a single picture he KO's among the men for refusing to provide him the amount of money back.In 2011, he began competing as a specialist wrestler in the Inoki Genome Federation. He debuted on August 27, 2011 against Shinichi Suzukawa at IGF: Super Superstars Celebration '11 and earned by brutalizing his opposition before referee ceased the match. Then knocked out Hideki Suzuki at IGF 17 on Sept 3, 2011. In his third match, Aerts teamed up with Bobby Lashley to handle Kazuyuki Fujita and Kendo Kashin within a label group match at Inoki Bom-Ba-Ye 2011 on Dec 2, 2011. The match finished when Lashley kept Fujta with the hands and allow Aerts deliver one of is own well-known kicks to his mind, knocking him out. A rematch between Aerts and Fujita after that occurred at Combat For Japan: Genki Desu Ka Omisoka 2011 on Dec 31, 2011. Fujita could consider his revenge, submitting Aerts using a Boston crab which appeared as if it may have got legitimately harm him.

Titles

International Kick Boxing Federation IKBF World Heavyweight Tournament (1990) IKBF World Heavyweight Tournament (1992) K-1 1994 K-1 World Grand Prix Champ 1995 K-1 World Grand Prix Champ 1997 K-1 World Grand Prix 3rd place 1998 K-1 World Grand Prix Champ 2001 K-1 World Grand Prix in NEVADA runner up 2003 K-1 World Grand Prix 3rd place 2006 K-1 World Grand Prix runner up 2007 K-1 World Grand Prix runner up 2010 K-1 World Grand Prix runner up Nights the Celebrities 1994 THE NIGHT TIME of the Celebrities tournament champion World Muay Thai Association WMTA World Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament (1991) WMTA World Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament (1992) WMTA World Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament (1993) WMTA World Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament (1994) WMTA World Super Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament (1995) WMTA World Super Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament (1997)

Kickboxing record

Kickboxing record 106 Wins (79 (T)KO's, 26 decisions), 34 Loss, 2 Draws Time Result Opponent Event Area Method Round Period Record 2017-04-23 Earn Nordine Mahieddine WFL - Champ vs. Champ Almere, Netherlands Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 106-34-2 2014-10-19 Reduction Ernesto Hoost WKO: Kumite Energy Osaka, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 2:00 105-34-2 For the WKO Globe Heavyweight Tournament. 2014-08-04 Reduction Freddy Kemayo Battle Night time Saint-Tropez II Saint-Tropez, France TKO (calf damage) 2 105-33-2 2014-05-29 Pull Dewey Cooper GFC Battle Series 1 Dubai, UAE Pull 3 3:00 105-32-2 2013-12-21 Reduction Rico Verhoeven Glory 13: Tokyo Tokyo, Japan Decision (break up) 3 3:00 105-32-1 2013-05-03 Get Jamal Ben Saddik Glory 8: Tokyo Tokyo, Japan TKO (referee stoppage) 2 105-31-1 2012-12-31 Reduction Mourad Bouzidi Glory 4: Tokyo - Heavyweight Grand Slam Competition, First Circular Saitama, Japan TKO (damaged hands) 1 2:00 104-31-1 2012-06-30 Reduction Tyrone Spong Music Hall & BFN Group present: It's Showtime 57 & 58 Brussels, Belgium TKO (referee stoppage) 3 2:10 104-30-1 2011-12-11 Get Mr. Kamikaze Hinokuni Kakuto Densetsu Tale 2 Kumamoto, Japan TKO (referee stoppage) 1 2:59 104-29-1 2010-12-11 Reduction Alistair Overeem K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2010 Last, Last Tokyo, Japan TKO (punches) 1 1:06 103-29-1 In 2010 2010 K-1 Globe Grand Prix name. 2010-12-11 Get Semmy Schilt K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2010 Last, Semis Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (bulk) 3 3:00 103-28-1 2010-12-11 Get Mighty Mo K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2010 Last, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (punches and kick) 1 2:20 102-28-1 2010-10-02 Get Ewerton Teixeira K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2010 in Seoul Last 16 Seoul, South Korea Extra circular decision (unanimous) 4 3:00 101-28-1 Qualifies in 2010 2010 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 2010-04-03 Reduction Kyotaro K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2010 in Yokohama Yokohama, Japan KO (correct connect) 2 1:56 100-28-1 For K-1 Heavyweight (-100kg) Tournament. 2009-12-05 Get Gökhan Saki K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2009 Last Yokohama, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 100-27-1 2009-09-26 Reduction Alistair Overeem K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2009 Last 16 Seoul, South Korea Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 99-27-1 Does not be eligible for 2009 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 2009-08-11 Get Yosuke Nishijima K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2009 in Tokyo Last 16 Qualifying GP Tokyo, Japan KO (correct low kick) 3 1:24 99-26-1 2009-03-28 Get Errol Zimmerman K-1 Globe GP 2009 in Yokohama Yokohama, Japan Extra circular decision (unanimous) 4 3:00 98-26-1 2008-12-06 Reduction Badr Hari K-1 Globe GP 2008 Last, One fourth Finals Yokohama, Japan TKO (referee stoppage) 2 1:22 97-26-1 2008-09-27 Get Semmy Schilt K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2008 in Seoul Last 16 Seoul, South Korea Decision (bulk) 3 3:00 97-25-1 Qualifies for 2008 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 2008-06-29 Gain Jan Nortje K-1 Globe GP 2008 in Fukuoka Fukuoka, Japan TKO (referee stoppage) 3 2:49 96-25-1 2007-12-08 Reduction Semmy Schilt K-1 Globe GP 2007 Last Last Yokohama, Japan TKO (leg damage) 1 1:41 95-25-1 For 2007 K-1 Globe Grand Prix name. 2007-12-08 Gain Remy Bonjasky K-1 Globe GP 2007 Last, Semi Finals Yokohama, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 95-24-1 2007-12-08 Gain Junichi Sawayashiki K-1 Globe GP 2007 Last, One fourth Finals Yokohama, Japan KO (correct combination) 1 1:29 94-24-1 2007-09-29 Gain Ray Sefo K-1 Globe GP 2007 in Seoul Last 16 Seoul, South Korea TKO (part stoppage) 1 3:00 93-24-1 Qualifies for 2007 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 2007-08-05 Get Nicholas Pettas K-1 Globe GP 2007 in Hong Kong Hong Kong KO (correct high kick) 2 2:34 92-24-1 2007-06-23 Get Bob Sapp K-1 Globe GP 2007 in Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (remaining knee to your body) 1 0:26 91-24-1 2006-12-02 Reduction Semmy Schilt K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006 Last Tokyo, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 90-24-1 For 2006 K-1 Globe Grand Prix name. 2006-12-02 Gain Glaube Feitosa K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006, Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan TKO (referee stoppage) 2 1:02 90-23-1 2006-12-02 Get Musashi K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (punches) 1 2:53 89-23-1 2006-07-30 Get Gary Goodridge K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006 in Sapporo Sapporo, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 88-23-1 2006-06-03 Get Hiraku Hori K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006 in Seoul Seoul, South Korea KO (remaining high kick) 2 1:23 87-23-1 2006-05-13 Reduction Ernesto Hoost K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006 in Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision (bulk) 3 3:00 86-23-1 2006-03-05 Get Semmy Schilt K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006 in Auckland Auckland, New Zealand Decision (bulk) 3 3:00 86-22-1 2005-11-19 Get Jérôme Le Banner K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2005, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan Extra circular decision (unanimous) 4 3:00 85-22-1 Despite earning fight, must withdraw from competition due to damage. 2005-09-23 Get Mighty Mo K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2005 in Osaka - Last Removal Osaka, Japan KO (remaining low kick) 2 0:42 84-22-1 Qualifies for 2005 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 2005-03-19 Get Carter Williams K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2005 in Seoul Seoul, South Korea Extra circular decision (unanimous) 4 3:00 83-22-1 2004-12-04 Reduction Francois Botha K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2004, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan TKO (lower leg damage) 1 1:13 82-22-1 2004-09-25 Get Michael McDonald K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2004 Last Removal Tokyo, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 82-21-1 Qualifies for 2004 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 2004-06-06 Get Gary Goodridge K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2004 in Nagoya Nagoya, Japan KO (low kicks) 3 1:40 81-21-1 2003-12-06 Reduction Musashi K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2003, Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (bulk) 3 3:00 80-21-1 2003-12-06 Gain Alexey Ignashov K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2003, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan Extra circular decision (unanimous) 4 3:00 80-20-1 2003-10-11 Gain Jerrel Venetiaan K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2003 Last Eradication Osaka, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 79-20-1 Qualifies for 2003 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 2003-06-29 Gain Tsuyoshi Nakasako K-1 Beast II 2003 Saitama, Japan KO (high kick) 2 1:32 78-20-1 2003-03-30 Reduction Stefan Leko K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2003 in Saitama Saitama, Japan TKO (doctor stoppage) 3 1:44 77-20-1 2002-12-07 Reduction Ray Sefo K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2002, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (divide) 3 3:00 77-19-1 2002-10-05 Get Glaube Feitosa K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2002 Last Removal Saitama, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 77-18-1 Qualifies for 2002 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 2002-07-14 Reduction Alexey Ignashov K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2002 in Fukuoka Fukuoka, Japan Decision (bulk) 5 3:00 76-18-1 2002-06-02 Get Andrei Kirsanov K-1 Success 2002 Toyama, Japan Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 76-17-1 2002-04-21 Get Nicholas Pettas K-1 Burning up 2002 Hiroshima, Japan KO (leg) 1 2:50 75-17-1 2001-12-08 Reduction Francisco Filho K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2001, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan TKO (part stoppage) 2 3:00 74-17-1 2001-08-11 Reduction Stefan Leko K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2001 in NEVADA, Final NEVADA, Nevada, USA KO (correct combination) 3 2:05 74-16-1 For K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2001 in NEVADA title. 2001-08-11 Get Maurice Smith K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2001 in NEVADA, Semi Finals NEVADA, Nevada, USA Extra circular decision (unanimous) 4 3:00 74-15-1 2001-08-11 Get Noboru Uchida K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2001 in NEVADA, Quarter Finals NEVADA, Nevada, USA KO (remaining leg) 3 2:06 73-15-1 2001-04-15 Get Nobu Hayashi K-1 Burning up 2001 Kumamoto, Japan TKO (part stoppage) 5 0:36 72-15-1 2001-03-17 Reduction Mirko Cro Cop K-1 Gladiators 2001 Yokohama, Japan Decision (bulk) 5 3:00 71-15-1 2001-02-04 Get Stuart Green K-1 Holland GP 2001 in Arnhem Arnhem, Netherlands KO (remaining leg) 1 1:15 71-14-1 2000-12-10 Get Cyril Abidi K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2000, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 70-14-1 Despite earning fight, must withdraw from competition due to damage. 2000-08-20 Reduction Cyril Abidi K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2000 in Yokohama, One fourth Finals Yokohama, Japan TKO (part stoppage) 1 2:42 69-14-1 2000-07-07 Reduction Cyril Abidi K-1 Spirits 2000 Sendai, Japan KO (correct combination) 1 2:13 69-13-1 2000-05-12 Gain Andrew Thomson K-1 Ruler of the Band 2000 Bologna, Italy KO 1 0:55 69-12-1 2000-04-23 Gain Ray Sefo K-1 The Millennium Osaka, Japan KO (correct low kick) 3 2:24 68-12-1 2000-01-25 Gain Musashi K-1 Increasing 2000 Nagasaki, Japan TKO (part stoppage) 4 1:25 67-12-1 1999-12-05 Reduction Jérôme Le Banner K-1 Globe Grand Prix 1999, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (still left connect) 1 1:11 66-12-1 1999-10-05 Gain Lloyd truck Dams K-1 Globe Grand Prix '99 Starting Circular Osaka, Japan Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 66-11-1 Qualifies for 1999 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 1999-07-18 Gain Sam Greco K-1 Wish '99 Nagoya, Japan KO (correct high kick) 2 1:38 65-11-1 1999-06-06 Gain Maurice Smith K-1 Success '99 Sapporo, Japan TKO (part stoppage) 3 2:44 64-11-1 1999-04-25 Gain Matt Skelton K-1 Revenge '99 Yokohama, Japan TKO (part stoppage) 4 3:00 63-11-1 1999-03-22 Gain Jim Mullen K-1 THE TASK '99 Tokyo, Japan KO (correct high kick) 3 1:26 62-11-1 1999-02-03 Gain Michael McDonald K-1 Increasing Sunlight '99 Tokyo, Japan KO (correct connect) 2 2:40 61-11-1 1998-12-13 Gain Andy Hug K-1 Globe Grand Prix 1998, Last Tokyo, Japan KO (remaining high kick) 1 1:10 60-11-1 Wins 1998 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 1998-12-13 Get Mike Bernardo K-1 Globe Grand Prix 1998, Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan TKO (referee stoppage) 1 2:53 59-11-1 1998-12-13 Get Masaaki Satake K-1 Globe Grand Prix 1998, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan TKO (referee stoppage) 1 2:40 58-11-1 1998-09-27 Get Sinisa Andrijasevic K-1 Globe Grand Prix '98 Starting Circular Osaka, Japan TKO (correct punch) 2 1:55 57-11-1 Qualifies for 1998 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 1998-07-18 Reduction Francisco Filho K-1 Desire '98 Nagoya, Japan TKO (slice shin) 1 3:00 56-11-1 1998-06-06 Reduction Andy Hug K-1 Battle Night time '98 Zurich, Switzerland Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 56-10-1 For WKA Globe Super Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament. 1998-04-09 Gain Ernesto Hoost K-1 Kings '98 Yokohama, Japan Decision (bulk) 5 3:00 56-9-1 1997-11-09 Reduction Andy Hug K-1 Globe Grand Prix 1997, Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 55-9-1 1997-11-09 Gain Mike Bernardo K-1 Globe Grand Prix 1997, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (correct straight to your body) 3 1:17 55-8-1 1997-09-07 Gain Adam Warring K-1 Grand Prix '97 1st Circular Osaka, Japan KO (correct high kick) 3 1:13 54-8-1 Qualifies for 1997 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 1997-07-20 Gain Jérôme Le Banner K-1 Wish '97 Nagoya, Japan KO (correct high kick) 2 1:19 53-8-1 1997-04-29 Get Jean-Claude Leuyer K-1 Braves '97 Fukuoka, Japan TKO (referee stoppage) 2 2:08 52-8-1 1997-03-16 Get Andy Hug K-1 Kings '97 Yokohama, Japan TKO (referee stoppage) 1 1:55 51-8-1 1997-02-15 Get Andreas Sidon The Fight in Best Greatest, Netherlands Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 50-8-1 Retains WMTA Globe Super Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament. 1996-10-18 Reduction Mike Bernardo K-1 Celebrity Wars '96 Yokohama, Japan KO (correct connect) 3 2:37 49-8-1 1996-09-01 Reduction Mike Bernardo K-1 Revenge '96 Osaka, Japan DQ (Bernardo kicked in groin) 1 2:21 50-7-1 1996-05-06 Reduction Mike Bernardo K-1 Globe Grand Prix 1996, One fourth Finals Yokohama, Japan KO (remaining connect) 3 0:13 50-6-1 1996-03-10 Get Jean-Claude Leuyer K-1 Grand Prix '96 Starting Fight Yokohama, Japan KO (correct high kick) 1 2:43 50-5-1 Qualifies for 1996 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 1995-12-09 Gain Mike Bernardo K-1 Hercules Nagoya, Japan KO (correct connect) 1 0:40 49-5-1 1995-10-28 Gain Hubert Numrich Surprise of European countries Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 48-5-1 Retains WMTA Globe Super Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament. 1995-09-03 Gain Sam Greco K-1 Revenge II Yokohama, Japan Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 47-5-1 1995-07-16 Gain Michael Thompson K-3 Grand Prix '95 Nagoya, Japan KO (punches and legs) 2 0:40 46-5-1 1995-05-04 Gain Jérôme Le Banner K-1 Globe Grand Prix 1995, Last Tokyo, Japan KO (correct straight to your body) 1 1:37 45-5-1 Wins 1995 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 1995-05-04 Get Ernesto Hoost K-1 Globe Grand Prix 1995, Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan Extra circular decision (unanimous) 4 3:00 44-5-1 1995-05-04 Get Toshiyuki Atokawa K-1 Globe Grand Prix 1995, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (correct uppercut and remaining connect) 1 1:02 43-5-1 1995-03-03 Get Kirkwood Walker K-1 Grand Prix '95 Starting Fight Tokyo, Japan KO (correct low kick) 3 2:25 42-5-1 Qualifies for 1995 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 1994-12-10 Get Glen Parker K-1 Tale Nagoya, Japan KO (correct leg) 1 2:00 41-5-1 1994-11-12 Get Ergin Solmaz THE NIGHT TIME of THE FEELING Amsterdam, Netherlands TKO (referee stoppage) 3 1:03 40-5-1 Retains WMTA Globe Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament. 1994-09-12 Gain Frank Lobman Nights the Superstars Tournament, Last Rotterdam, Netherlands TKO (part stoppage) 2 2:29 39-5-1 Wins THE NIGHT TIME of the Superstars Tournament name. 1994-09-12 Gain Glenn Wijngaart Nights the Superstars Competition, Semi Finals Rotterdam, Netherlands KO (correct combination) 1 2:56 38-5-1 1994-09-12 Gain Rob truck Esdonk Nights the Celebrities Tournament, One fourth Finals Rotterdam, Netherlands KO (correct high kick) 2 37-5-1 1994-04-30 Get Masaaki Satake K-1 Grand Prix '94, Last Tokyo, Japan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 36-5-1 Wins 1994 K-1 Globe Grand Prix. 1994-04-30 Get Patrick Smith K-1 Grand Prix '94, Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (correct overhand) 1 1:03 35-5-1 1994-04-30 Get Rob vehicle Esdonk K-1 Grand Prix '94, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (correct high kick) 3 1:10 34-5-1 1994-02-20 Gain Markus Fuckner THE NIGHT TIME from the Thriller Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (correct combination) 2 2:21 33-5-1 Defends WMTA Globe Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament. 1993-09-19 Gain Rob truck Esdonk THE NIGHT TIME from the Gladiators Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (correct connect) 4 0:56 Retains WMTA Globe Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament. 1993-09-04 Gain Dino Homsey K-1 Illusion Tokyo, Japan KO (still left high kick) 1 1:36 1993-04-30 Reduction Ernesto Hoost K-1 Grand Prix '93, One fourth Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (bulk) 3 3:00 1993-03-07 Gain Maurice Smith THE NIGHT TIME of the Surprise Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (correct high kick) 4 2:07 1993-01-29 Gain Peter Selkthorpe THE VERY BEST of Best Greatest, Netherlands KO (legs) 1 1:14 1992-10-04 Pull Masaaki Satake Kakutougi Olympics III, Karate Globe Glass '92 Japan Decision attract 1 1:14 1992-09-20 Get Frank Lobman THE NIGHT TIME of THE REALITY Rotterdam, Netherlands TKO (referee stoppage) 3 1:31 Retains WMTA Globe Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament. 1992-07 Get Hassan Kassrioui Amsterdam, Netherlands KO 3 Retains IKBF Globe Heavyweight Tournament. 1992-05-16 Get Adam Watt Bands: Mega Fight 4th Tokyo, Japan KO 2 2:46 1992-04-09 Get Maurice Smith Paris, France Decision 9 2:00 1992-03-22 Get Darius Alibek Battle of the Large Tanks Amsterdam, Netherlands TKO (referee stoppage) 2 2:05 1991-11-18 Get Frank Lobman Nights Battles Rotterdam, Netherlands Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 Wins WMTA Globe Heavyweight Muay Thai Tournament. 1991-06-29 Get Mark Russell Britain TKO (referee stoppage) 1 1:40 1990-11-18 Reduction Jan Wessels The Fight of the entire year Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (connect) 3 1990-04-01 Gain Jan Oosterbaan Holland vs. Britain Amsterdam, Netherlands TKO (part stoppage) 2 3:00 Retains IKBF Globe Heavyweight Tournament. 1989-12-16 Gain Right up until Görres Thai-Kickboxing Gala Düsseldorf, Germany TKO (doctor stoppage) 1 0:38 1989 Reduction Andre Mannaart Netherlands KO 1988-11-20 Reduction Ernesto Hoost Netherlands Decision 5 3:00 1987-10-18 Gain Almelo, Netherlands KO 2 4-0 1987-05-24 Gain Yacobi Dordrecht, Netherlands TKO 2 3-0 1987-03-29 Gain Nico Krijgsman Utrecht, Netherlands Decision 2 2:00 2-0Tale:   Gain   Reduction   Pull/No competition   Notes

Mixed martial arts record

Professional record breakdown 3 fits 1 gain 2 loss By knockout 1 0 By distribution 0 1 By decision 0 1 Res. Record Opponent Technique Event Date Circular Time Location Records Reduction 1–2 Baruto Kaito Decision (unanimous) Rizin Fighting with each other Federation 2 000000002015-12-31-0000December 31, 2015 3 3:00 Saitama, Japan Reduction 1–1 Shungo Oyama Distribution (heel connect) K-1 Superior 2005 Dynamite!! 000000002005-12-31-0000December 31, 2005 1 0:30 Osaka, Japan Gain 1–0 Wakashoyo Shunichi TKO (punches) Hero's 2 000000002005-07-06-0000July 6, 2005 1 1:36 Tokyo, Japan

See also

Set of K-1 champions Set of man kickboxers

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