Andy Hug karate highlights
Here's Andy highlights, some repeat from above, + some K1 and other stuff: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tb6BbwKiPHQ
Andy's Kyokushin record:
1983 1st place heavy weight 1ste Ibusu Cup
1985 1st place heavy weight European Championship
1985 1st place heavy weight 2nd Ibusu Cup
1987 3rd place heavy weight European Championship
1987 2nd place 4th World Championship defeat by dicision to Shokei Matsui
1989 1st place heavy weight 4ste Ibusu Cup
1991 1st place heavy weight European Championship
1991 5th World Championship defeat by ippon to Francisco Filho
4th World Championship Kyokushin
1st round : win by ippon Stefan Gopel
2nd round: win by decision Masashi Komoto
3rd round : win by ippon Yasuhiro Kuwashima
4th round : win by ipppon Ademir Da Costa
5th round : win by decision Akira Masuda
Final : Andi Hug vs Shokei Matsui and that loss has echo'd in Kyokushin ever since with many saying Andy was the real winner...
K-1 Record: 38 Wins - 9 Losses - 1 Draw - 0 No Contests
07-07-2000 Nobu Hayashi W 1R 2:05 KO (Punch) K-1 K-1 Spirits 2000
03-06-2000 Mirko Cro Cop W 5R Decision 3-0 K-1 K-1 Fight Night 2000
23-04-2000 Glaube Feitosa W 3R Decision 3-0 K-1 K-1 The Millennium
19-03-2000 Musashi W 5R Decision 2-0 K-1 K-1 Burning 2000
05-12-1999 Ernesto Hoost L 3R Decision 0-3 K-1 K-1 WORLD GP 1999 FINAL
05-10-1999 Hiromi Amada W 1R 1:51 TKO (3 Knockdowns) K-1 K-1 World Grand Prix 1999 (Final Elimination)
22-08-1999 Maurice Smith W 5R Decision 3-0 K-1 K-1 Spirits 1999
06-06-1999 Stefan Leko W 5R Decision 3-0 K-1 K-1 Fight Night 5
25-04-1999 Ray Sefo W 4R 3:00 TKO (Corner Stoppage) K-1 K-1 Revenge 1999
03-02-1999 Tsuyoshi Nakasako W 2R 0:22 KO (Right Rear Turning Kick) K-1 K-1 Rising Sun 1999
13-12-1998 Peter Aerts L 1R 1:10 KO (Kick) K-1 K-1 WORLD GP 1998 FINAL
13-12-1998 Sam Greco W 3R Decision 2-0 K-1 K-1 WORLD GP 1998 FINAL
13-12-1998 Ray Sefo W 2R 2:28 TKO K-1 K-1 WORLD GP 1998 FINAL
28-10-1998 Miyamoto Masaaki W 1R 2:50 KO (Punch) K-1 K-1 Japan '98 Kamikaze
27-09-1998 Mark Russell W 2R 3:07 KO (Left Low Kick) K-1 K-1 World GP 1998 Opening
07-08-1998 Mike Labree W 1R 2:11 KO (Kick) K-1 K-1 World GP 1998 in Las Vegas
06-06-1998 Peter Aerts W 5R Decision 3-0 K-1 K-1 Fight Night 4
09-04-1998 Curtis Shuster W 5R Decision 3-0 K-1 K-1 Kings 1998
09-11-1997 Ernesto Hoost L 3R Decision 0-2 K-1 K-1 WORLD GRAND PRIX 1997 FINAL
09-11-1997 Peter Aerts W 3R Decision 0-3 K-1 K-1 WORLD GRAND PRIX 1997 FINAL
09-11-1997 Masaaki Satake W 1R 0:15 KO (Left High Kick) K-1 K-1 WORLD GRAND PRIX 1997 FINAL
07-09-1997 Pierre Guenette W 1R 1:49 TKO (Right Hook) K-1 K-1 World GP 1997 Opening
20-07-1997 Francisco Filho L 1R 2:37 KO (Punch) K-1 K-1 Dreams 1997
07-06-1997 Mike Bernardo W 5R Decision K-1 K-1 Fight Night 1997
29-04-1997 Sam Greco D 5R Decision Draw K-1 K-1 Braves 1997
16-03-1997 Peter Aerts L 1R 1:55 TKO (Punch) K-1 K-1 Kings 1997
08-12-1996 Musashi W 5R Decision 3-0 K-1 K-1 Hercules 1996
18-10-1996 Masaaki Satake W 5R Decision 3-0 K-1 K-1 Star Wars 1996
01-09-1996 Stan 'The Man' W 2R 2:00 KO (Punch) K-1 K-1 Revenge 1996
02-06-1996 Sadau Keatsongrit W 2R 3:02 TKO K-1 K-1 Fight Night 2
06-05-1996 Mike Bernardo W 2R 1:18 KO (Kick) K-1 K-1 WORLD GP 1996 FINAL
06-05-1996 Ernesto Hoost W Ext.R Decision 1-2 K-1 K-1 WORLD GP 1996 FINAL
06-05-1996 Duane Van Der Merwe W 1R 0:40 KO (Punch) K-1 K-1 WORLD GP 1996 FINAL
10-03-1996 Bart Vale W 1R 2:24 TKO K-1 K-1 World GP 1996 Opening
09-12-1995 Jerome Le Banner W 5R Decision 3-0 K-1 K-1 Hercules 1995
03-09-1995 Mike Bernardo L 2R 2:43 KO (Punch) K-1 K-1 Revenge 2
16-07-1995 Ernesto Hoost L 3R Decision 2-0 K-1 K-3 Grand Prix 1995 (a.k.a. K-1 Legend 1995)
10-06-1995 Dennis Lane W 2R 3:00 TKO (Corner Stoppage) K-1 K-1 Fight Night 1995
04-05-1995 Peter Kramer W 1R 0:45 KO (Punch) K-1 K-1 WORLD GP 1995 FINAL
03-03-1995 Mike Bernardo L 3R 2:39 TKO K-1 K-1 World GP 1995 Opening
10-12-1994 Rob Van Esdonk W 4R 0:55 KO (Left Punch) K-1 K-1 Legend 1994
02-10-1994 Jeff Roufus W K-1 K-1 Karate World Cup
18-09-1994 Patrick Smith W 1R 0:56 KO (Left Knee) K-1 K-1 Revenge 1994
30-04-1994 Patrick Smith L 1R 0:19 TKO (Right Uppercut, 2 Knockdowns) K-1 K-1 WORLD GP 1994 FINAL
04-03-1994 Branco Cikatic W 5R Decision 3-0 K-1 K-1 Challenge 1994
19-12-1993 Eric Albert W 2R 2:08 KO (Punches, Left Punch) K-1 K-2 World Grand Prix 1993
05-11-1993 Ryuji Murakami W 1R 2:10 TKO K-1 K-1 Andy's Glove
03-04-1993 Nobuaki Kakuda W 2R 1:26 KO (Knee)K-1 K-1 WORLD GP 1993 FINAL
The famous Dutch K-1 fighter, Peter Aerts was also at the Nippon Medical School Hospital, where he was doing treatment of the lower back. Peter Aerts collapsed and was crying for more than two hours, when he was told that Andy passed away. Peter Aerts was interviewed on live national TV only one hour after Andy was declared dead, and here he promised the world, that he will fight for Andy, who was a personal good friend to Peter, in the upcoming K-1 Grand Prix on 10th December 2000. At the same time, the news of Andy's death was reported by all news shows and broadcast live on TV on NHK news 10, Sports MAX, Fuji TV, News Japan & TV Asahi. The death of Andy was also telegraphed to all over the world by the AP communication. Thursday, 24th August, at 20:45 a group of five doctors, who gave treatment to Andy and Kancho Ishii, attend and a press conference, which took about one hour at the Nippon Hospital. At around 21:45 Francisco Filho comes to the condolence hall. About 40 minutes later, Filho left the Hospital speechless without any words to the reporters, with wet red eyes. On 26th August, it gets decided that the K-1 World Grand Prix 2000 Tournament in the Tokyo Dome on10th December 2000, becomes an Andy mourning performance. Also the part with the profit of the mourning performance is to be presented to Seya, Andy's five-year-old son. The funeral service and the last farewell took place at the Yoshifuku Temple on 27th August in Tokyo. More than 12,500 people were lined up to pay Mr. K-1, Andy Hug the last respect and condolence. A floral tribute from the many fans began with the special altar outdoors, and the procession of the fans reached more than 2 kilometers. Andy's wife, Ilona Hug made a speech for Andy and for the 800 special invited guests at the ceremony, with veil she was holding in her arms was a frame with a picture of Andy Hug smiling. Some of the many invited guests at the ceremony was: Family and friends of Andy, The President of Switzerland, K-1 Master Ishii, Kancho Matsui, Kenji Midori, Hajime Kazumi, Masuda, Nicholas Pettas, Francisco Filho and even the big sumo wrestling grand champion in Japan. People were heartbroken, and when Francisco Filho, Nicholas Pettas, Nobukai Kakuda, Sasaki and other chosen martial arts fighters where carrying Andy's coffin, the official ring announcer of the K-1 was calling Andy by tears: "In the red corner, 180 cm, 97.7 kg, the former K-1 Grand Prix champion; Ann Deeee Hu-uug" over the loudspeakers as the champion took his final exit. At the same time, they listened to the music of "We will rock you" by Queen, the song that had for years trumpeted Andy's arrival into the ring. Andy Hug was preparing for the K-1 Grand Prix finals in December 2000
Dedicated to Andy Hug, some of the same stuff + better music, family shots, various fights, and my favorite, the spinning heel hook to the poor sucker's thigh: it ended the fight, one fucking spinning heel to the guy's leg.
We miss you, Andy.
I'd like to think that somewhere, right now, Andy Hug's mustache continues to grow like the mighty oak.
Oyama Sensei would approve. . .
Uh, Gramps. . .
boy, don't you have a lot of time on your hands?
What did andy die of? fight related?
he died of Leukemia (blood cancer) in 2000.
Originally Posted by Jadonblade
He went to japan to prepare for a k-1 fight, and felt sick.
The doctors dignozed him with a rare form of acute leukemia, and he died a week later.
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