Dutch kickboxing phenom and two-time World K-1 MAX champion Andy Souwer made his MMA debut in Japan today, the video is below…

Andy Souwer is among the most talented of the current crop in kickboxing, holding a professional record of 156-17, with a stunning 97 knockouts to his credit. Among the best fighters he’s beaten are Buakaw Banchamek, Masato, Andy Ristie, Mike Zambidis and Nieky Holzken, to name a few.

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Andy Souwer kickboxing/shootboxing accomplishments and titles.

  • Kickboxing
    • 2014 W.F.C.A. World K-1 Junior Middleweight (-69.85 kg) Champion [37]
    • 2012 It’s Showtime “- 70 kg” World Champion
    • 2010 W.F.C.A. World Thaiboxing Super Welterweight (-70 kg) Champion
    • K-1 World MAX 2009 Runner Up
    • K-1 World MAX 2007 Champion
    • K-1 World MAX 2006 Runner Up
    • K-1 World MAX 2005 Champion
    • A.R.D.D.D. World Super welterweight Champion
    • F.I.M.C. World Super welterweight Champion
    • W.P.K.A. World Super welterweight Champion
    • I.S.K.A. World Super welterweight Champion
    • W.K.A. World Super welterweight Champion
    • W.M.T.A. World Super welterweight Champion
    • It’s Showtime World Champion (70 kg)
  • Shoot Boxing
    • 2012 S-cup World Champion
    • 2008 S-cup World Champion
    • 2006 S-cup Runner Up
    • 2004 S-cup World Champion
    • 2002 S-cup World Champion
    • W.S.B.A. World Super Welterweight Champion

His accomplishments in the world of kickboxing are clearly unquestionable, and Souwer has also made the cross over to the boxing world with one fight so far, ending by knockout. ‘Souwer Power’ made his MMA debut today, looking to add another sports venture to his growing list.

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So how did ‘The Destroyer’ get on in his MMA debut? Well, he hardly got an easy fight in the grand scheme of who would be available, as he took on one of the few men to beat Shinya Aoki in MMA,  Yuichiro Nagashima.

Watch Andy Souwer’s MMA debut in full HD on page 2…

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