This is the 11th hour knockout from when Peter Graham fought Badr Hari at the K1 WGP in New Zealand, 2006. I had originally provided a link to the entire fight, but the file has since expired, or disappeared, or whatever. Regardless, I was sitting ringside for this – one of the best fights I have ever seen.
International Kickboxer Magazine, Vol.18, No.2
“Each of us has his cowardice. Each of us is afraid to lose, afraid to die. But hanging back is the way to remain a coward for life. The Way to find courage is to seek it on the field of conflict.”
Peter Graham was big as a teenager, but not the biggest. He was also tall, but not the tallest. In fact, other than some experience playing Rugby League as a kid growing up on the North Shore of Sydney, he’d done very little in the way of athletics by the age of eighteen. There was no history of outstanding sporting performance to let anyone, much less the young Peter Graham, know exactly what was in store when he finally walked into the Kyokushin Karate dojo near his home. Read more »