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Peter  Aerts
classements réels
Inactive
Taille
192 CM / 6'3"
Nationalité
Netherlands Netherlands
Catégorie de poids
Heavyweight
Poids
104 KG / 229 LBS
médias sociaux
Surnom
None
Âge
47

Combattant Statistiques

Glory Record 1-2-0 (1 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Temps de combat moyen 5:16 Fight Duration
Rapport de Knockdown 3:3 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 7.32 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 10.79 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Différentiel frappant -3.47 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Précision frappante 40.63% Proportion of Strikes Landed

Combattant Record

Résultat Adversaire Événement Méthode Regarder
Pertes Rico Verhoeven Glory 13: Tokyo
Main Card
Dec 21 2013
Decision - Split Icon fighter video play
Victoires Jamal Ben Saddik Glory 8: Tokyo
Main Card
May 03 2013
TKO - 3 Knockdowns in Round
02:23 of Round 2
Icon fighter video play
Pertes Mourad Bouzidi Glory 4: Tokyo
Main Card
Dec 31 2012
TKO
02:00 of Round 1
Icon fighter video play
Pertes Badr Hari K-1 World Grand Prix 2008 Final
Dec 06 2008
TKO
01:39 of Round 2

Combattant Bio

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Peter
Aerts
1-2-0 (1 KO) Netherlands

3 x K-1 World Grand Prix Champion


After two decades facing and beating the best heavyweights in kickboxing history - often more than once - the word ‘legend’ is hardly does justice to Peter Aerts.

 

His record is a Who’s Who of the sport. Aerts holds three victories over the giant Semmy Schilt, three wins over Jerome Le Banner and two over Ernesto Hoost as well as wins against Remy Bonjasky, Gokhan Saki, Errol Zimmerman, Ray Sefo and more.

 

A master of the head-kick, Aerts has ended nearly eighty fights inside the distance for a finishing rate of over 75% in his victories. This is one of the highest finishing rates in the sport and is all the more impressive because Aerts has so many fights on his record. 

 

It was this tendency to knock opponents out and send them crashing to the canvas which caused Aerts to be nicknamed ‘The Dutch Lumberjack’. The nickname was particularly pleasing to him because his own father had in fact been a lumberjack. 

 

His knockout power and incredible toughness led him to win three K-1 World Grand Prix tournaments. He competed in every K-1 World Grand Prix tournament since the competition’s formation in 1993 and its first hiatus in 2011. 

 

Despite these many achievements Aerts continued to seek out new challenges and tougher opponents for himself, prompting him to end his career as part of GLORY’s stacked heavyweight division.