Peter Aerts Net Worth and know his career,source of earnings, personal life
Facts of Peter Aerts Net Worth and know his career,source of earnings, personal life
|Net worth||$1.6 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1970 October 25|
|Age:||50 years old|
|Height:||6 Feet 3 Inch|
Peter Aerts is a Dutch heavyweight kickboxer who has a net worth of $1.6 million. He is popular by his nickname 'The Dutch Lumberjack' due to his devasting high kicks. He earned World Muay Thai Association's heavyweight title and also won K-1 World Grand Prix Champion thrice.
Wondering How Rich And Wealthy Is Peter Aerts?
Peter Aerts has a net worth of $1.6 million. His main source of income comes from kickboxing and also from movies.
Besides from kickboxing, Peter has appeared in comedy movies such as "Oom Henk", "New Kids Nitro" and "New Kids Turbo" which also has helped to earn a money.
There is no more information given about Peter Aerts income from his professional and about his assets.
How Did Peter Aerts Start His Professional Life and Career?
In 1985, Peter Aerts started his expert profession as a kickboxer. At first, Peter lost some of his matches for few years. His first success was in 1989 holding the world title. In 1991, Peter changed to the famous Chakuriki Gym and picked up the considerable achievement when he defeated the amazing Frank Lobman through unanimous choice.
Peter began defeating Maurice Smith and Adam Watt and again took the victory against Frank Lobman in 1992 WMTA World Heavyweight Muay Thai Championship.
Peter started another phase of his career from K-1 Grand Prix in the wake of crushing Peter Selkthorpe and Maurice Smith. He confronted Ernesto Hoost in the quarter-finals however lost the match by majority choice.
In the same year, Peter made his first protection of WMTA World Heavyweight Muay Thai Championship against Rob van Esdonk and knocked him out. In 1994, he won the K-1 world championship and again won it the following year. In 1998, he won its third K-1 world championship title winning the competition in 6:43 minutes.
Peter winning title came at an end in 2000 when Cyril Abidi figured out how to drag him into a fight and defeating him in round one. He again rematched with Cyril in the quarter-last alright K-1 Grand Prix 2000, however, was not able to win.
In 2003, Peter went up against Alexey Ignashov and he was proclaimed as the victor collectively and progressed into the semis out of the blue since he won the Grand Prix in 1998. In 2006, he came back to the ring as a reverse warrior by crushing Musashi in first round knockout.
Peter met Glaube Feitosa in the elimination rounds, winning his battle by TKO in the second round. Sadly, he lost the battle in the finals against Semmy Schilt by consistent choice.
After winning the quarter-last and semi-last, Peter lost the session by TKO in the first round in the wake of agony knee damage. In 2009, he started preparing under Thom Harinck. He participated in a competition at K-1 World Grand Prix 2009 Final and crushed Gökhan Saki by unanimous decision.
Peter dropped more weight and came into the battle at 97Kg but was knocked down twice in the first round before getting knocked out with one of Kyotaro's popular punches in the second. Likewise, he can be found in Dutch comedy film, "New Kids Turbo".
Did Peter Aerts Spend His Early Life And Childhood Well? Let's Know
Peter Aerts was born on October 25, 1970, in Eindhoven, North Brabant, Netherlands. There is no detail information regarding his family and education background.
Initially, Peter was a football player from his adolescence and later started rehearsing a martial art. He was motivated in the field of kickboxing by his grandfather and uncle. In 1984, Peter began kickboxing with Mikki Benazzouz.
Is Peter Aerts Still Single Or Married?
Talking about his marital status, Peter Aerts is a married man. Peter got married to Esther Aerts. Later, the couple was blessed with three kids. Esther gave birth to the first kid in 1984, second and third kids were born in 2001.
Peter Aert's Social Media Profile
Peter is dynamic in different sorts of online networking like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. He has around 35,550 million on Facebook and 2,787 million on Twitter and 18.7 million supporters on Instagram.
movies Dutch heavyweight kickboxer $1.6 millionOctober 25, 1970 North Brabant, Netherlands