Ernesto Hoost

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Ernesto Hoost
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BornErnesto Frits Hoost
(1965-07-11) 11 July 1965 (age 56)
Heemskerk, Netherlands
Other namesMr. Perfect[1]
NationalityDutch
Height1.89 m (6 ft 2.4 in)
Weight108 kg (238 lb; 17 st 0 lb)
DivisionHeavyweight
Fighting out ofHoorn, Netherlands
TeamVos Gym (1987–2006)
Sokudo Gym (1981–1987)
TrainerJohan Vos (1987–2006)
Ton Vriend (1981–1987)
Years active1983–2006, 2014 (Kickboxing)
Kickboxing record
Total121
Wins99
By knockout62
Losses21
By knockout11
Draws1
Other information
Notable studentsPaul Slowinski, Ashwin Balrak
Tyrone Spong, Pat Barry, Fedor Emelianenko, Ramazan Ramazanov, Joanna Jędrzejczyk[2]
Websitehttp://www.ernestohoost.nl/

Ernesto Frits Hoost (born 11 July 1965) is a Dutch retired kickboxer. A four-time K-1 World Champion, Hoost is considered to be one of the greatest kickboxers of all time. Debuting in 1993 at the K-1 World Grand Prix 1993, where he came just one win short of the world title, Hoost announced his retirement thirteen years later on 2 December 2006 after the K-1 World GP Final tournament in Tokyo Dome, Japan.[3] Hoost holds notable victories over Peter Aerts (4x), Branko Cikatić, Mirko Cro Cop (3x), Jérôme Le Banner (3x), Andy Hug (3x), Ray Sefo (3x), Musashi (2x), Mike Bernardo, Francisco Filho (2x), Sam Greco, Stefan Leko (3x), Mark Hunt, Cyril Abidi, and Glaube Feitosa.

Biography[edit]

Hoost was born in Heemskerk, North Holland to Surinamese parents.[4] He played football for amateur club Hollandia until he was 15 years old, when he started training in kickboxing at the newly opened Sokudo Gym. In 1983, he had his first match against Wim Scharrenberg, which he won by knockout in the second round. From 1988, his career accelerated, winning several European and world titles in Savate and Muay Thai. He quit his job as a sports teacher for alternative punished youngsters to focus on his career as a professional fighter.[5]

In the K-1 Grand Prix '93, the inaugural K-1 World Grand Prix, Hoost defeated Peter Aerts by decision in the quarterfinals, knocked out Maurice Smith in the semifinals, and advanced to the tournament final where he was knocked out by Branko Cikatic.[6] Hoost got another shot at a title on 19 December 1993, when he won the K-2 World Championship, knocking out Changpuek Kiatsongrit in four rounds. This was the only time the K-1 organisation held a K-2 tournament.

Hoost reached the K-1 World Grand Prix Finals again in 1995, but lost to Peter Aerts by a four-round decision.[7] He went on to win every fight the remainder of that year. In 1996, he lost at the K-1 World Grand Prix 1996 finals to Andy Hug by a five-round split decision.[8] He finally became K-1 World Champion in 1997 when he beat Hug by a three-round unanimous decision.[9]

Hoost was unable to defend his title at the K-1 World Grand Prix 1998 tournament, being technically knocked out in the quarterfinals by Australian Sam Greco due to being unable to start the 3rd round after a cut above his left eye; he was mostly dominated in the fight by Greco.

In 1999, Hoost won his second K-1 World Grand Prix title, beating Mirko Cro Cop by technical knockout in the third round.[10] On 23 April 2000, Hoost avenged his loss to Greco when he beat him by a technical knockout.[11]

Hoost retained the K-1 World Grand Prix Championship title for third time in 2000 by defeating Ray Sefo. By then, many K-1 fans were hoping for a meeting between Hoost and Bob Sapp. Hoost returned to defend his crown in 2001 defeating Stefan Leko. However, he was forced to retire from the tournament due to an injured shin before the semi-finals.

The highly anticipated fight with Bob Sapp came at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 Final Elimination. Sapp won by technical knockout in the first round after the doctor stopped the match on cuts. Despite the loss he was again matched up with Sapp in the quarter finals of the K-1 World Grand Prix 2002. After trading knockdowns with Sapp in first round, Hoost lost again in a wild slugfest when referee Nobuaki Kakuda declared a KO while Hoost was still standing, but after the fight, Sapp turned out to have broken his hand and suffered four cracked ribs, and wasn't able to continue, allowing Hoost to replace him in the semi-finals.[12] Hoost beat Ray Sefo in first round by TKO, after Sefo damaged his shin against Hoost's kneecap. Hoost proceeded to his fifth K-1 Finals, and was matched up against Jerome Le Banner. The fight was clearly in Le Banner's favour up until the third and final round when Le Banner injured his arm blocking Hoost's kick. Hoost aggressively attacked the arm again, forcing Le Banner down with only 94 seconds left in the match, winning by TKO and his fourth Grand Prix Championship. Le Banner suffered a severe compound fracture, putting him out of competition for over a year.

In 2003, Hoost would continue his feud with Bob Sapp in another arena of combat sports, professional wrestling.[13] At AJPW's 2nd WRESTLE-1 event held in the Tokyo Dome, Hoost would defeat Sapp after delivering a chair shot and slap to the back of the head which led to a schoolboy pin.[13]

In addition to his Grand Prix titles Ernesto Hoost fought a number of Super fights. In 2004 he was again in the K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 finals, in which he lost to the eventual Grand Prix champion Remy Bonjasky.

In 2006, Hoost declared that he would fight his last tournament in K-1. In the K-1 World Grand Prix 2006, Hoost was defeated in the semi-finals by Semmy Schilt. An emotional Hoost was met with a standing ovation from the audience as he left the arena.[14]

Hoost is well known for training "Knees of Fury" fighters Paul Slowinski (whom he is currently still training). Under his guidance Slowinski has won the K-1 tournament 2007 in Amsterdam. He has also trained leg strikes, wrestling, and other skills with PRIDE Champion Fedor Emelianenko.[15]

Hoost was also present as a cornerman for UFC fighter Antoni Hardonk in Hardonk's UFC 85 bout with Eddie Sanchez, his UFC 92 win over Mike Wessel, and his UFC 97 loss to Cheick Kongo.

In 2012, Hoost was invited by the Katana Fighting Series to be guest of honour at their Katana 6 'Rebellion' show.[16]

Hoost made a comeback aged 48. In his first fight in over eight years, he scored two knockdowns en route to a unanimous decision victory over Thomas Stanley at Hoost Cup: Legend in Nagoya, Japan on 23 March 2014.[17][18]

He defeated Peter Aerts in their sixth meeting via unanimous decision on 19 October 2014 in Osaka to win the vacant WKO World Heavyweight Championship.[19]

Personal life[edit]

Hoost currently lives in the town of Hoorn, together with his wife and children.

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Titles[edit]

Other[edit]

Kickboxing record[edit]

Kickboxing record
99 Wins (62 (T)KO's, 37 decisions), 21 Losses, 1 Draw
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time Record
2014-10-19 Win Netherlands Peter Aerts WKO: Kumite Energy Osaka, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00 99-21-1
Wins the WKO World Heavyweight Championship.
2014-03-23 Win United States Thomas Stanley Hoost Cup: Legend Nagoya, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00 98-21-1
2006-12-02 Loss Netherlands Semmy Schilt K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 97-21-1
2006-12-02 Win Germany Chalid Arrab K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan Ext. R Decision (Unanimous) 4 3:00 97-20-1
2006-09-30 Win Japan Yusuke Fujimoto K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Osaka Opening Round Osaka, Japan KO (Right low kick) 3 2:09 96-20-1
Qualifies for K-1 Grand Prix '06 Final.
2006-05-13 Win Netherlands Peter Aerts K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 95-20-1
2005-12-31 Loss Netherlands Semmy Schilt K-1 PREMIUM 2005 Dynamite!! Tokyo, Japan TKO (Referee stoppage) 2 0:41 94-20-1
2004-12-04 Loss Netherlands Remy Bonjasky K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan Ext. R Decision 4 3:00 94-19-1
2004-09-25 Win Brazil Glaube Feitosa K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 Final Elimination Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 94-18-1
Qualifies for K-1 Grand Prix '04 Final.
2004-03-27 Win Switzerland Xhavit Bajrami K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 in Saitama Saitama, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 93-18-1
2003-12-31 Win Brazil Montanha Silva K-1 PREMIUM 2003 Dynamite!! Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 92-18-1
2003-07-13 Win France Cyril Abidi K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 in Fukuoka Fukuoka, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 2 3:00 91-18-1
2003-06-14 Win Sweden Martin Holm K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 in Paris Paris, France Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 90-18-1
2003-03-30 Win Brazil Jefferson Silva K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 in Saitama Saitama, Japan KO (Punch) 1 2:55 89-18-1
2002-12-07 Win France Jérôme Le Banner K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 Final Tokyo, Japan KO (Right mid-kicks) 3 1:26 88-18-1
Wins K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 title.
2002-12-07 Win New Zealand Ray Sefo K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan TKO (Shin injury) 1 1:49 87-18-1
2002-12-07 Loss United States Bob Sapp K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan TKO (Referee stoppage) 2 2:53 86-18-1
Takes place in Semi Finals despite being defeated due to Bob Sapp being injured.
2002-10-05 Loss United States Bob Sapp K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 Final Elimination Saitama, Japan TKO (Doctor stoppage) 1 3:00 86-17-1
Qualifies for K-1 Grand Prix '02 Final despite loss as a replacement for Semmy Schilt who was injured.
2002-08-28 Draw Netherlands Semmy Schilt Pride Shockwave Tokyo, Japan Draw 5 3:00 86-16-1
2002-08-17 Win South Africa Jan Nortje K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 in Las Vegas Las Vegas, Nevada KO (Kick) 3 1:29 86-16
2002-05-22 Win Germany Stefan Leko K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 in Paris Paris, France KO (Punches) 1 1:48 85-16
2002-04-21 Win Japan Tsuyoshi Nakasako K-1 Burning 2002 Hiroshima, Japan KO 1 1:46 84-16
2001-12-08 Win Germany Stefan Leko K-1 World Grand Prix 2001 Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 83-16
Despite win had to withdraw from tournament due to injury.
2001-06-16 Win England Matt Skelton K-1 World Grand Prix 2001 in Melbourne Final Melbourne, Australia Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 82-16
Wins K-1 World Grand Prix 2001 in Melbourne title.
2001-06-16 Win New Zealand Mark Hunt K-1 World Grand Prix 2001 in Melbourne Semi Finals Melbourne, Australia Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 81-16
2001-06-16 Win Belarus Sergei Gur K-1 World Grand Prix 2001 in Melbourne Quarter Finals Melbourne, Australia TKO (Referee stoppage) 1 2:03 80-16
2001-04-15 Win Japan Musashi K-1 Burning 2001 Kumamoto, Japan Decision (Majority) 5 3:00 79-16
2001-03-18 Win Switzerland Xhavit Bajrami 2H2H - Simply The Best Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00 78-16
2000-12-10 Win New Zealand Ray Sefo K-1 World Grand Prix 2000 Final Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 77-16
Wins K-1 World Grand Prix 2000 title.
2000-12-10 Win Brazil Francisco Filho K-1 World Grand Prix 2000 Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 76-16
2000-12-10 Win Croatia Mirko Cro Cop K-1 World Grand Prix 2000 Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan Ext. R Decision (Unanimous) 4 3:00 75-16
2000-07-30 Loss France Jérôme Le Banner K-1 World Grand Prix 2000 in Nagoya Final Nagoya, Japan TKO (Corner stoppage) 1 3:00 74-16
Fight was for K-1 World Grand Prix 2000 in Nagoya title.
2000-07-30 Win Netherlands Lloyd van Dams K-1 World Grand Prix 2000 in Nagoya Semi Finals Nagoya, Japan Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 74-15
2000-07-30 Win Greece Paris Vasilikos K-1 World Grand Prix 2000 in Nagoya Quarter Finals Nagoya, Japan KO (Right punch) 3 2:20 73-15
2000-05-28 Win France Rani Berbachi K-1 Survival 2000 Sapporo, Japan TKO (Corner stoppage) 3 3:00 72-15
2000-04-23 Win Australia Sam Greco K-1 The Millennium Osaka, Japan TKO (Corner stoppage) 3 3:00 71-15
1999-12-05 Win Croatia Mirko Cro Cop K-1 World Grand Prix 1999 Final Tokyo, Japan KO (Left body shot) 3 1:09 70-15
Wins K-1 World Grand Prix 1999 title.
1999-12-05 Win France Jérôme Le Banner K-1 World Grand Prix 1999 Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (Right hook) 2 0:26 69-15
1999-12-05 Win Switzerland Andy Hug K-1 World Grand Prix 1999 Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 68-15
1999-10-03 Win Switzerland Xhavit Bajrami K-1 World Grand Prix '99 Opening Round Osaka, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 67-15
Qualifies for K-1 Grand Prix '99 Final.
1999-07-18 Win Ukraine Igor Vovchanchyn K-1 Dream '99 Nagoya, Japan TKO (Low kicks/3 knockdowns) 3 0:51 66-15
1999-04-25 Loss Brazil Francisco Filho K-1 Revenge '99 Yokohama, Japan KO (Right hook) 1 1:37 65-15
1998-12-13 Loss Australia Sam Greco K-1 Grand Prix '98 Final Round Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan TKO (Corner stoppage) 2 3:00 65-14
1998-09-27 Win Australia Tasis Petridis K-1 World Grand Prix '98 Opening Round Osaka, Japan TKO (Corner stoppage) 4 3:00 65-13
Qualifies for K-1 Grand Prix '98 Final.
1998-08-07 Win United States Maurice Smith K-1 USA Grand Prix '98 Las Vegas, Nevada Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 64-13
1998-07-18 Win Japan Musashi K-1 Dream '98 Nagoya, Japan TKO (Referee stoppage) 3 2:52 63-13
1998-05-24 Win France Jean Riviere K-1 Braves '98 Fukuoka, Japan KO (Right high kick) 1 1:17 62-13
1998-04-09 Loss Netherlands Peter Aerts K-1 Kings '98 Yokohama, Japan Decision (Majority) 5 3:00 61-13
1997-11-19 Win Switzerland Andy Hug K-1 World Grand Prix 1997 Final Tokyo, Japan Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 61-12
Wins K-1 World Grand Prix 1997 title.
1997-11-19 Win Brazil Francisco Filho K-1 World Grand Prix 1997 Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 60-12
1997-11-19 Win France Jérôme Le Banner K-1 World Grand Prix 1997 Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (Right hook) 1 1:15 59-12
1997-09-07 Win Germany Stefan Leko K-1 Grand Prix '97 1st Round Osaka, Japan KO (Right cross) 2 0:34 58-12
Qualifies for K-1 Grand Prix '97 Final.
1997-06-07 Win England Shaun Johnson K-1 Fight Night '97 Zurich, Switzerland KO (Body shot) 1 1:12 57-12
1997-04-29 Win South Africa Mike Bernardo K-1 Braves '97 Fukuoka, Japan TKO (Referee stoppage/Right hook) 4 1:03 56-12
1997-03-16 Win Netherlands Duane Van Der Merwe K-1 Kings '97 Yokohama, Japan KO (Kick) 3 1:49 55-12
1996-12-08 Win New Zealand Ray Sefo K-1 Hercules '96 Nagoya, Japan KO (Low kicks) 4 0:25 54-12
1996-10-18 Loss France Jérôme Le Banner K-1 Star Wars '96 Yokohama, Japan TKO (Right hook) 2 2:57 53-12
1996-09-01 Win South Africa Carl Bernardo K-1 Revenge '96 Osaka, Japan KO 2 0:20 53-11
1996-05-06 Loss Switzerland Andy Hug K-1 World Grand Prix 1996 Semi Finals Yokohama, Japan 2nd Ext. R Decision (Split) 5 3:00 52-11
1996-05-06 Win Croatia Mirko Cro Cop K-1 World Grand Prix 1996 Quarter Finals Yokohama, Japan KO (Right low kick) 3 1:27 52-10
1996-03-10 Win England Stuart Green K-1 Grand Prix '96 Opening Battle Yokohama, Japan KO (Kick) 2 0:09 51-10
Qualifies for K-1 World Grand Prix 1996.
1995-12-09 Win United States Maurice Travis K-1 Hercules Nagoya, Japan TKO (Corner stoppage) 1 2:13 50-10
1995-09-03 Win England Michael Thompson K-1 Revenge II Yokohama, Japan TKO 2 2:45 49-10
1995-07-16 Win Switzerland Andy Hug K-3 Grand Prix '95 Japan Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 48-10
1995-05-04 Loss Netherlands Peter Aerts K-1 Grand Prix '95 Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan Ext. R Decision (Unanimous) 4 3:00 47-10
1995-05-04 Win Netherlands John Kleijn K-1 Grand Prix '95 Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (Right cross) 2 0:45 47-9
1995-03-03 Win Germany Hubert Numrich K-1 Grand Prix '95 Opening Battle Tokyo, Japan KO (Right cross) 4 2:25 46-9
Qualifies for K-1 World Grand Prix 1995.
1994-12-10 Loss Croatia Branko Cikatić K-1 Legend Nagoya, Japan KO (Right hook) 2 1:18 45-9
1994-11-12 Win United States Rick Roufus Thriller in Marseille Marseille, France KO (Right high kick) 11 1:02 45-8
Wins Roufus's I.S.K.A. Full Contact Light Heavyweight World title.
1994-09-18 Win England Mark Russell K-1 Revenge Yokohama, Japan TKO (3 knockdowns) 2 2:42 44-8
1994-06-25 Win France Davidov N/A France N/A N/A N/A 43-8
1994-05-08 Win Netherlands Bob Schreiber K-2 Plus Tournament 1994 Final Amsterdam, Netherlands KO 1 3:00 42-8
Wins K-2 Plus Tournament 1994 title.
1994-05-08 Win England Mark Russell K-2 Plus Tournament 1994 Semi Finals Amsterdam, Netherlands TKO (3 knockdowns) 2 2:05 41-8
1994-05-08 Win Italy Tony Luciano K-2 Plus Tournament 1994 Quarter Finals Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision 3 3:00 40-8
1994-03-04 Win Japan Masaaki Satake K-1 Challenge Tokyo, Japan KO (Left high kick) 2 2:45 39-8
1993-12-19 Win Thailand Changpuek Kiatsongrit K-2 Grand Prix '93 Final Tokyo, Japan KO (Right high kick) 4 0:40 38-8
Wins K-2 World Grand Prix 1993 title.
1993-12-19 Win Australia Adam Watt K-2 Grand Prix '93 Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan TKO (2 knockdowns) 1 2:13 37-8
1993-12-19 Win United States Manson Gibson K-2 Grand Prix '93 Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan Ext. R Decision (Majority) 4 3:00 36-8
1993-09-04 Win Australia Tasis Petridis K-1 Illusion Tokyo, Japan TKO (3 knockdowns) 3 0:45 35-8
Wins W.M.T.A. & W.K.A. World Light Heavyweight titles.
1993-04-30 Loss Croatia Branko Cikatić K-1 Grand Prix '93 Final Tokyo, Japan KO (Right hook) 1 2:49 34-8
Fight was for K-1 Grand Prix '93 title.
1993-04-30 Win United States Maurice Smith K-1 Grand Prix '93 Semi Finals Tokyo, Japan KO (Left high kick) 3 1:18 34-7
1993-04-30 Win Netherlands Peter Aerts K-1 Grand Prix '93 Quarter Finals Tokyo, Japan Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 33-7
1993-02-14 Win United States Troy Hughes N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 32-7
1992 Win Thailand Sanmark N/A N/A KO N/A N/A 31-7
1992-11-13 Loss United States Rick Roufus N/A New York, NY Decision (Unanimous) 12 2:00 30-7
Fight was for Roufus's I.S.K.A. Full Contact Light Heavyweight World title.
1992-10-25 Win Thailand Theppitak Sangmoragot Holland vs Thailand: The Revenge Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (Left punch) 2 2:14 30-6
Retains W.M.T.A. Muay Thai World title (79.8kg).
1992-04-26 Win Canada Joe Caktas N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 29-6
1991-10-20 Win Netherlands Leo de Snoo Hot Night in Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00 28-6
1991-04-21 Win Netherlands Jan Wessels Kickboxing "Holland vs Canada" Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 27-6
1991-02-17 Win Netherlands Luc Verheye Holland vs Thailand VI Netherlands Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 26-6
1990-11-18 Loss Netherlands Rob Kaman The Battle of the Year Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (Left hook) 5 N/A 25-6
1990-10-14 Win Thailand Seyoke Holland vs Thailand V Amsterdam, Netherlands KO 1 N/A 25-5
Wins W.M.T.A. Muay Thai World title (79.8kg).
1990-01-28 Win United States Ernest Simmons N/A Amsterdam, Netherlands KO 3 N/A 24-5
Wins W.K.A. Kickboxing World title.
1989-10-08 Win Croatia Branko Cikatić N/A Amsterdam, Netherlands DQ 4 N/A 23-5
Wins W.M.T.A. Muaythai World title.
1989-08-27 Win France Francis Dauvin N/A Paris, France KO 2 N/A 22-5
Wins Savate World title.
1989-05-19 Win France Pascal Ducros N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 21-5
1989-04-21 Loss Canada Jean-Yves Thériault N/A Geneva, Switzerland Decision (Split) 12 2:00 20-5
1989-02-19 Win England Kirkwood Walker N/A Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00 20-4
1988-11-20 Win Netherlands Peter Aerts N/A Netherlands Decision 5 3:00 19-4
1988-09-25 Win France Benoit Brilliant N/A Strasbourg, France KO 6 N/A 18-4
Wins W.K.A. European Kickboxing title.
1988-06-11 Win France Sylvain Postel Champions in Action Amsterdam, Netherlands KO 5 N/A 17-4
1988-06-03 Win France Regis Lessaint N/A Le Havre, France KO 3 N/A 16-4
Wins I.S.K.A. European Full Contact title.
1988-05-07 Win Belgium Francois Corremans Superfights II Arnhem, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00 15-4
Wins I.S.K.A. European Muay Thai title.
1988-02-27 Win Netherlands Andre Mannaart Superfights I Amsterdam, Netherlands KO 3 N/A 14-4
1987-12-05 Win France Latricin N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 13-4
1987-11-08 Win Netherlands Kenneth Plak N/A Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00 12-4
Wins M.T.B.N. Dutch Muay Thai title.
1987-09-10 Loss Netherlands Ronnie Wagenmaker N/A N/A KO N/A N/A 11-4
1987-05-31 Win France Pascal Ducros Kick-Thaiboxing Gala in Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00 11-3
1987-02-01 Loss Netherlands Rob Kaman W.K.A. Kickboxing Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 10-3
1986-12-14 Loss Canada Jean-Yves Thériault N/A Montreal, Canada Decision (Unanimous) 12 2:00 10-2
1986-06-12 Loss United States Ernest Simmons N/A Florida, United States N/A N/A N/A 10-1
1986-03-02 Win Netherlands Leo de Snoo N/A Netherlands N/A N/A N/A 10-0
1986-01-18 Win Netherlands Roy Martina N/A N/A KO N/A N/A 9-0
1985-10-20 Win Netherlands Andre Mannaart N/A Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision 5 3:00 8-0
1985-06-23 Win Netherlands Rob Floris N/A N/A KO N/A N/A 7-0
1985-05-31 Win Netherlands Gerardy N/A N/A KO N/A N/A 6-0
1985-03-10 Win Netherlands Leo de Snoo N/A Netherlands N/A N/A N/A 5-0
1984-11-18 Win Brazil Drielle N/A N/A KO N/A N/A 4-0
1984-10-20 Win Netherlands Ricardo Darsan N/A N/A KO N/A N/A 3-0
1984-03-25 Win Netherlands Rijntjes N/A Netherlands KO N/A N/A 2-0
1983-12-11 Win Netherlands Wim Scharrenberg N/A Netherlands KO 2 N/A 1-0
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

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References[edit]

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