January 22, 1990
|Other names||The Dream Crusher|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|Weight||95.3 kg (210 lb; 15 st 0 lb)|
|Reach||74.0 in (188 cm)|
|Fighting out of||Netherlands|
|Team||Manhoef Fight & Fitness|
|Trainer||Melvin Manhoef (2014-present)
Stefan Berkenpas & Andre Mannaart (past)
As of 24 July 2017, he is ranked the #7 light-heavyweight in the world by LiverKick.com.
Duut started kickboxing when he was 10 years old after being bullied at school. After a fight at school with an older boy his father made him to go back and fight again. According to him and his father he knocked the guy unconscious. His father send him to kickboxing classes after that.
Duut is fighting out of Mejiro Gym since his early teens.
Glory World Series career
Duut was part of the Light Heavyweight Tournament Glory 9: New York - 2013 95kg Slam on June 22, 2013 losing in the first match to Tyrone Spong. Duut created an upset by dropping tournament favourite Spong in the first found, but was KO'd seconds later.
|Professional Kickboxing Record|
42 Wins (20 (T)KO's, 22 Decisions), 8 Losses, 1 Draws
Legend: Win Loss Draw/No contest Notes
- "LiverKick Rankings Updated on 7/24/2017". liverkick.com. 24 July 2017.
- GLORY 5 results: Tyrone Spong knocks out Remy Bonjasky in second round
- Glory 7 results: Giorgio Petrosyan dominates in Milan
- GLORY 9 New York Live Results and Updates
- Glory 11 Chicago results
- Remy Bonjasky Walks Away With Controversial Decision Over ‘Cro Cop’ at Glory 14
- Glory 14 Results and Recap Archived 2015-03-20 at the Wayback Machine.
- World Fighting League: Champion vs. Champion
- Uitslagen World Fighting League: Champion vs. Champion(in Dutch)
- Uitslagen Enfusion Live 43(in Dutch)