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Andy Hug 15yr anniversary today

Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by jj manchester, Aug 24, 2015.

  1. jj manchester Internets. Serious Business.

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    RIP, dude was a master, I was a K-1 fan before I was an MMA fan and Hug was my favorite.
     
  3. SomniumRabidum Blue Belt

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    logged in just to +1 this. RIP, Andy.
     
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    RIP. Ax Kick K.O. FTW!!!
     
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    r.i.p. the k-1 spirit goat. the best axe kick. the best spinning heel kick to the leg.
     
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    damn its been a long time
     
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    Legend. R.I.P
     
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    RIP, my favorite K-1 fighter hands down, I go back and watch his highlights at least once a month.
     
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    I loved watching Andy fight.
    This is kind of a Group Hug for all us fans...
     
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    [YT]v4UBc_a-V7c[/YT]
     
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    Some of the best Kicks in the history of K-1.

    The man was my first K-1 hero.

    Respect too the man. RIP.
     
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    Hug and Bernardo were my heroes growing up. It breaks my heart that they had to go so soon.......
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    long gone but will never be forgotten
     
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    R.I.P. The "Blue Eyed" Samurai.
     
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    R.I.P. "Blue Eyed Samurai". OSU!
     
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    Thank you for the timeless fight videos, great warrior. RIP.
     
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    One of our heroes of Golden era

    R.I.P
     
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    Legend. RIP.

    Even with all of the Kyokushin guys coming into Kickboxing none had the style that Hug brought.
     
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    Andy Hug was the first champion I ever watched train in person. I was stationed in Japan from 1994 to 1998 and trained at a gym he would often come to before his fights.
     

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