International Kickboxer Magazine, July/August, 2015
Peter Aerts has recently announced his retirement due to an inability to recover from injury, bringing down the curtain on a phenomenal career. Continue reading
I thought you’d given kickboxing away and gone to boxing?
I did – and I was going to have a break from everything! I was just burnt out from eleven years of constantly having a fight coming up. We got an offer from Glory – which we respectfully declined – and they countered with a generous pay increase and a two fight contract (outside of tournament) for that money and, with the US dollar falling my pay is increasing by the day… so we just said, ‘Give us a date and we will be there’. Continue reading
Fight! Magazine, July 2015
Peter Graham has had more than one hundred fights – full-contact karate, kickboxing, boxing and mixed martial arts – and never broken a bone. Continue reading
International Kickboxer Magazine, May/June 2015
Hi Gabriel, how old are you?
What weight do you fight at?
One hundred and forty-three pounds, or sixty-five kilograms. Continue reading
‘He who has suffered you to impose on him, knows you.’
– William Blake,
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
It is time to dump the bucket. Continue reading
Blitz Magazine, Volume 29, No. 4, April 2015
Salem Assli is a vocational teacher of many martial arts. Ironically, he found his way to the art of his native country through an assiduous study of Jeet Kune Do, the martial art of Bruce Lee. Continue reading
Blitz Magazine, Vol.29, No.3 March 2015
The mark of a great instructor is one who can present complex ideas simply. In doing so, the breadth of Wayne Bridge’s experience prompts him to quote Bruce Lee. Continue reading