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 Ramon Dekkers: Multimedia The Beginning

Fame And Glory In Thailand

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Full Contact Karate - Muay Thai

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Cor Hemmers

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End Of A Great Career

     

Ramon Dekkers vs. Cezar (2nd Fight)

     

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On 25.10.91 Ramon and his team went to Paris – along with 100 fans from Holland. The fans had more tension than Ramon. Everybody knew Cezar had trained like a madman before this rematch fight. And again, it was his hometown – Paris, France – where the fight took place. The victory in the first fight gave Ramon an extra impulse for his destructive performance. Many thought that Cezar had come into this fight too soon. But Dekkers was coming in with only one intention and that was to end this fight even quicker than the first fight.
 

 
Cezar was under immense pressure in his hometown to win this fight which explains the short layoff. But it was Dekkers who knew he ‘had his number.’ Cezar was very tough in this rematch and at first it seemed to be a close fight. You could see that Cezar had been training, especially in the clinch, trying to get the better of Ramon Dekkers. The referee, was the famous Krongsak who is a very famous fighter himself. The fight was again in Paris and Cezar hung tough and was determined to take this into a late round to try to get Dekkers tired. Cezar was doing good but only being lured closer to his doom as Dekkers initiated his punching and kicking assault in the third round. Ramon knocked him out in that same round. He got two or three 8 counts in that fight. It was bad for the French audience to see their favorite fighter getting destroyed for the 2nd time within a short period of time. Cezar took a lot of punishment in that fight and got knocked out badly. Conventional wisdom was that the Frenchman had chosen to come back much too soon. At that particular moment, Dekkers probably couldn’t have been beaten by any man alive in his weight division. Rumor has it that this fight actually ended Cezar’s career.
     

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  Ramon Dekkers: Multimedia The Beginning

Fame And Glory In Thailand

Interview

Titles

Injuries

Full Contact Karate - Muay Thai

Best Fights

Cor Hemmers

Technique

End Of A Great Career

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