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Peter Graham


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Win Rate
52 %
Finish Rate
91 %
Decision Win %
33 %

Peter Graham

6' 2 (188 cm)
73 in. (6' 1/185 cm)
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Rank
Originally from North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Graham began training in Kyokushin Karate at the age of 18. Graham quickly demonstrated his talents, winning his first tournament in an under yellow belt division about half a year later. In 1999 at the age of 23, Graham won the Amateur Australian and New Zealand Open Weight Championships and soon also became the South Pacific Champion. Graham then moved to Ikebukuro in Tokyo, Japan to further hone his skills and live in a dojo. However, Graham only completed three months of this rigorous training before having to return to Australia after his brother Matthew died of a heroin overdose.
Fighter Trivia
Peter Graham grew up in Sydney NSW Australia he was a street kid that lived in youth refuges till he was 20. 5 years later he did just that winning the Amateur kickboxing world titles undefeated and turning Pro he returned to Japan to fight K1 and eventually to married beautiful Brazilian woman living in Tokyo on 22 June 2008. They have two daughters together, Nicole-Kate and Valentina and In 2010, Graham appeared on the TV program "Find My Family" where he was re-united with his younger brother who he had lost contact with and hadn't seen in 20 years.

Awards & Accolades

  • Australian National Boxing Federation: Australian Heavyweight Championship (One time)
  • Australian National Boxing Federation: New South Wales State Heavyweight Championship (One time)
  • World Boxing Foundation: World Boxing Foundation World Heavyweight Championship (One time) 2016
  • World Boxing Organization: WBO Asia Pacific Heavyweight Championship (One time)
  • International Sport Karate Association: ISKA World Heavyweight Championship (One time)
  • K-1: 2001 K-1 World Grand Prix Preliminary Melbourne Runner Up
  • K-1: 2003 K-1 World Grand Prix in Melbourne Champion
  • K-1: 2004 Kings of Oceania Champion
  • World Kick Boxing Federation: WKBF Amateur Super Heavyweight Championship (One time)
  • World Kick Boxing Federation: WKBF World Super Heavyweight Championship (One time)
  • Bellator MMA: Bellator MMA Season 9 Heavyweight Tournament Runner-Up

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