For Familyman Aerts Retirement Isn’t the Plan

aertsfamPeter Aerts will compete in his 17th K-1 World Grand Prix this year, and with recent talks of retirement from fighters like Musashi and Aerts being 42 years old, there is speculation, of course, as to if this will be his last World Grand Prix or not.

Aerts recently had a sit down with the K-1 crew to discuss this, as well as his family’s support for his decision to continue fighting in K-1 competition. Aerts is hard on some of his performances in the past few years, but says he has been training harder than ever. Peter loves his family and of course the art of fighting, and will continue competing at the highest level possible before he considers retiring.

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Filed under Fighters, K-1, Peter Aerts

2 responses to “For Familyman Aerts Retirement Isn’t the Plan

  1. burim salihi

    somehow i feel Aerts will get the Decision over Overeem

  2. Dave

    I agree. Overeem is known to bullrush and Aerts will look to fight a tactical fight with low kicks and jabs.

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