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Willie Peeters


Win Rate
45 %
Finish Rate
78 %
Decision Win %
100 %

Willie Peeters

5' 9 (175 cm)
Main Division
Peeters started his career in amateur wrestling at the age of ten, training with famed champion Freddy Winters and winning several junior competitions across Europe. At sixteen, he moved to the Oyama Gym in Amsterdam, where he trained judo under Chris Dolman and Willem Ruska, as well as kickboxing under Jan Lomulder, and finally Kyokushin karate, winning a heavyweight championship. In 1991, after talking about his interest in mixed martial arts, Dolman invited him to his team in Fighting Network RINGS in order to compete in both MMA and professional wrestling in Japan. During the latter, Sakata released late a toehold, injuring Peeters, who retaliated by illegally knocking him out with a close-fisted punch, gaining a red card. The match, which was lost by Peeters by doctor stoppage, saw copious amounts of blood and Willie biting his opponent, and it was followed by a brawl between their teams.

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