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Andreas «Andy» Hug war ein Schweizer Kampfsportler und Gewinner mehrerer Europa- und Weltmeisterschaften im Kickboxen, Thaiboxen, Kyokushinkai und K Das K-1 in Zürich gewann Hug mehrmals, ausserdem gewann er das grosse „K-1 World Grand. Andreas «Andy» Hug (* 7. September in Zürich; † August in Tokio​) war ein Schweizer Kampfsportler und Gewinner mehrerer Europa- und. 6. Mai In Yokohama gewinnt Andy Hug das «K-1 World Grand Prix Finale». In Japan ist der Metzger aus Wohlen da schon längst ein. Im Spital in Tokio kam vor wenigen Tagen überraschend die Diagnose: akute Leukämie. Heute morgen ist Andy Hug daran gestorben. Andy Hug aus Wohlen. andy hug. Folgen. Seya Hug Sohn von Andy Hug. Vater Andy wäre stolz. Seya Hug lebt Papas Traum in Hollywood · ilona hug spricht über andy. Ilona Hug.

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andy hug. Folgen. Seya Hug Sohn von Andy Hug. Vater Andy wäre stolz. Seya Hug lebt Papas Traum in Hollywood · ilona hug spricht über andy. Ilona Hug. Mit dem Sieg am 6. Mai beim «K-1 World Grand Prix Finale» in Yokohama errang die Schweizer Kampfsport-Legende Andy Hug seinen grössten Erfolg. Andreas «Andy» Hug war ein Schweizer Kampfsportler und Gewinner mehrerer Europa- und Weltmeisterschaften im Kickboxen, Thaiboxen, Kyokushinkai und K Das K-1 in Zürich gewann Hug mehrmals, ausserdem gewann er das grosse „K-1 World Grand. andy hug

Dazu ist es nicht mehr gekommen. In Japan war Hug längst ein Star, ehe hierzulande ab circa die breite Anerkennung einsetzte. Rund 2' Personen gedachten damals des am August verstorbenen Idols gar ausserhalb der Kirche, wo ein Blumenmeer und grosse Fotos nach japanischer Art die Anteilnahme symbolisierten.

Das war das Geheimnis seiner Ausstrahlung. Und er war Athlet, Artist und Perfektionist. Sein Wille in der Verfolgung eines Ziels war eisern.

Er hat nicht nur geträumt, sondern seinen Traum realisiert. Auch wir Schweizer sind stolz auf Dich! Entsprechend fielen seinerzeit auch die Nachrufe aus.

Er hat körperlich überlegene Gegner mit seiner Agilität und Technik besiegt, nicht mit roher Gewalt. Und nicht zuletzt hatte er eine in der Schweiz unbekannte Kampfsportart zum gesellschaftlichen Grossereignis gemacht.

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Vom Akkord-Metzger zum Samurai. Andy Hug jubelt am 6. Bild: Keystone. Andy Hug holte am 7. Juni den Weltmeistertitel im Vollkontakt-Kampfsport.

Videos aus dem Ressort. Hug was the highest paid kickboxer in the world at one point and his matches in his native Switzerland, where he posted a perfect 6—0 record, drew a larger television audience than the tennis matches of Martina Hingis and the games of the Swiss national football team.

In addition to his in-ring accomplishments, he was also known for his articulation, humility and strong work ethic.

Andreas Hug was born in Zurich , Switzerland on September 7, He died in Thailand under mysterious circumstances without ever seeing his son.

Hug's mother, Madelaine Hug-Baumann, was German. She was forced to pursue gainful employment. Unable to care for Andy, she immediately put him up for adoption and he spent the first three years of his life in an orphanage until his care was taken over by his grandparents along with his brother, Charly, and sister, Fabienne.

His grandmother, Fridy, and grandfather, Herrmann Baumann, a bricklayer , raised them in Wohlen in the Canton of Aargau.

Hug began playing association football competitively at the age of six and went on to represent the Switzerland national under football team.

However, his home situation also made him a target for bullying and at ten years old, he started practising Kyokushinkai karate at Wohlen karate school under Werner Schenker despite strong opposition from his grandfather initially.

His grandmother saw the boy's passion for the art and eventually convinced the grandfather to relent.

By thirteen, he began to show promise as a karateka by winning numerous beginners' karate tournaments and his grandparents eventually forced him to decide between pursuing football and karate, since they were no longer in a position to pay for both.

He chose karate and at fifteen won the Swiss Oyama Cup, a national Kyokushin competition. Although full contact karate tournaments carried with them a minimum age of twenty, he showed so much potential as one of the country's biggest prospects that the Swiss Karate Federation allowed the teenaged prodigy to compete nonetheless.

Following his breakout performance in the Oyama Cup, Hug earned himself a place on the Swiss national Kyokushin team and then became the co-founder of a dojo in Bremgarten aged seventeen.

However, his need for time off work regularly to compete in tournaments and occasional injuries which hindered his work performance meant that a shadow was cast over his working relationship and he was released from his contract by mutual agreement in After winning a number of beginners' karate competitions, Andy Hug was selected to represent the Wohlen Karate School during the National Team Championships in November His breakthrough performance came at the Swiss national Oyama Cup in at the age of fifteen when he defeated several opponents much older than himself to take the tournament crown.

He also won the Swiss Oyama Cup for a second time that year, beating Heinz Muntweiler in the final, before further establishing himself as the country's top Kyokushin fighter by winning the Swiss Championships at middleweight.

After reaching the round of sixteen in both the 2nd European Championships and the 6th Dutch Open, being eliminated by Jean-Pierre Louisset and Kenneth Felter respectively, Hug closed out the year by being crowned champion at the 1st Ibusz Oyama Cup in Budapest , Hungary where he defeated Mark Niedziokka in the final.

Hug again made it to the last sixteen at the 7th Dutch Open in and in , he moved up to the heavyweight class with instant success, winning the Swiss nationals.

In January , he competed in the 3rd edition of the Kyokushin World Open, knockdown karate's most prestigious competition held once every four years.

Andy was able to battle his way through and reached the final sixteen but lost to Shokei Matsui on points.

They would then rematch at the same stage of the 4th European Kyokushin Championships in Katowice , Poland in May with the Englishman again coming out on top and forcing Hug to relinquish his title as European champion.

Andy Hug returned to the World Open in November and made history by becoming the first gaijin to reach the final of the tournament, booking his place with a judges' decision win over Akira Masuda in the semis.

There, he again faced Shokei Matsui and lost to his Japanese foe by decision once again. With his status as an elite Kyokushin fighter secured, Hug began to compete more sparingly over the next few years.

He won the 1st Sursee Cup in , defeating Kenji Midori in the final, and became a two-time European champion in when he beat Michael Thompson to win the 5th European Championships in Budapest.

After an uneventful year in , Andy Hug returned to the spotlight in '91 when he reached the final of the 6th European Championships in Budapest only to lose to Michael Thompson once more.

In his third fight, Andy came up against Francisco Filho. At the end of the round, as the bell rang, Filho landed a mawashi geri on the side of Hug's head which left him unconscious on the floor.

Despite protest from the Swiss camp, it was later confirmed that Filho's kick had indeed struck after the bell rang, but he had started his move before the time was up and Filho was declared the winner.

Having been fighting in Japan with success for a number of years, Hug became extremely popular in the country. The fans were impressed by his technical diversity, spectacular aesthetics, tactics and strength.

In , he made the switch from Kyokushinkaikan to Seidokaikan , completing the step from being an amateur to becoming a professional fighter and star in Japan.

The pair previously met at the second round of the Seidokaikan Karate World Cup with Hug winning by ippon and the Swiss repeated his performance by stopping Kakuda with a knee strike from the Thai clinch in round two.

After four overtime rounds, the bout went to sudden death where Hug lost in a tameshiwari contest. Following the tournament, Hug began his transition from full contact karate to kickboxing and, already a part of K-1's roster, made his debut against Ryuji Murakami at K-1 Andy's Glove on November 15, He won by first round knockout , dropping Murakami with a body kick early before finishing him off with a right hook soon after.

In a non-tournament attraction at the K-2 Grand Prix '93 on December 19, , Hug faced Eric Albert and hurt the Frenchman seconds after the opening bell when he rushed out and landed his trademark axe kick on his face.

After a prolonged beating and a spinning back kick knockdown, Hug was able to put Albert away with a series of punches late in round two.

Hug, however, came into his own as the fight went on, utilizing his kicking game to better effect and boxing from the inside, even forcing a count of his own on the Croatian before winning a unanimous decision after five rounds.

Hug lost the match. He struggled with Smith's aggression and punch-heavy style, suffering three knockdowns in nineteen seconds and losing by technical knockout.

Hug had problems with his gumshield as his molars didn't clamp down on it properly and he was instead pinching it with his incisors.

In time, however, the K-1 doctors discovered the dental problems and fitted him with a mouthpiece that would provide standard protection. This time, however, Hug countered with the "Hug Tornado", sweeping Smith to the canvas.

As the fight went on, Hug weathered Smith's aggressive start and completed his revenge when he knocked him unconscious with a knee at the mark of round one.

On March 3, , Hug entered the Grand Prix at the round of sixteen qualifier where his rivalry with Mike Bernardo began. Both fighters traded heavy shots with Bernardo seemingly getting the better until Hug dropped him with a high kick towards the end of the first round.

The South African boxer continued to pile on the pressure, however, and in the third, knocked Hug down with a left hook shortly followed by a standing eight count.

Finally, he forced Hug into a corner and delivered a relentless beating on the Swiss karateka until referee Nobuaki Kakuda finally stopped the bout after a prolonged barrage of unanswered punches.

Hug had a quick turnaround, as he was back in the ring on May 4, , scoring a forty-five second knockout over Peter Kramer in a K-1 World Grand Prix non-tournament affair.

In a rather one-sided fight, Andy Hug knocked Lane down twice in the first two rounds before the American quit on his stool. The fight was even going into the latter stages of round two when Bernardo landed a right hook which sent Hug to the canvas.

He was able to make it back to his feet but was clearly on wobbly legs and the referee in charge, Genshu Igari, stopped him from taking any more damage than was necessary.

Sitting on a less-than-spectacular 8—4 record and having lost in his previous two matches, Hug was struggling with depression and felt at odds with the sport, questioning whether or not he had it in him to continue at the elite level.

After making short work of Duane van der Merwe with a KO inside forty seconds at the tournament's quarter-final stage, awaiting Hug was Ernesto Hoost in the semis and the pair had an epic battle considered to be one of the greatest matches in K-1's history.

A back-and-forth fight in which Hoost delivered punishing low kicks throughout and both fighters traded heavily in the clinch , the judges ruled it a split draw after the regulation three rounds and so it went to an extension round to decide the winner only for it again to be scored a majority draw.

Finally, after five grueling rounds, Hug was ruled the victor by split decision. In the final, he went up against Mike Bernardo, the South African power puncher who had knocked him out twice previously.

It was not to be three-in-a-row for Bernardo, however, as a combination of fatigue and Hug's low kicks began to wear him down in the second round.

Bernardo went down from a roundhouse kick to his left thigh but got back to his feet only for Hug to deliver one of the most spectacular stoppages of the s, landing the "Hug Tornado" on Bernardo's already-injured left leg to put him away and clinch the coveted K-1 World Grand Prix Championship.

Hug returned to Zurich to face Muay Thai stylist Sadau Kiatsongrit in his second and last defence of the UKF super heavyweight title at K-1 Fight Night II on June 2, , dispatching the Thai with a right hook at the end of round two after flooring him moments earlier.

They exchanged heavy strikes in a close first round but Hug then went out and severely outgunned Longinidis in the second, knocking his Australian opponent down with a high kick before viciously finishing the job with a left cross after he beat the count.

Andy Hug's eight fight win streak was brought to an end by then-two-time K-1 Grand Prix champion Peter Aerts in the first of their four meetings at K-1 Kings '97 on March 16, Soundly beaten inside the opening stanza, he was hurt by Aerts' right hand a number of times before being put away with a combination of an uppercut and a knee.

Bernardo registered a knockdown of Hug with a powerful left hook at the end of round two but it was not enough as Hug took the unanimous decision in the only fight of their 2—2 series to go the distance.

The fight started tense and cagey, with little to no action for the majority of round one until Filho, making his debut under kickboxing rules, landed the decisive strike, a perfectly timed counter right hook, which sent Hug crashing to the canvas in a state of unconsciousness at the mark.

The round of eight went down on November 9 and saw the rubber match between Andy Hug and Masaaki Satake in the quarter-finals go just fifteen seconds as the Swiss dispatched his Japanese foe with a high kick.

In the semis, Hug drew Peter Aerts and avenged his loss to the Dutchman eight months prior with a unanimous judges' decision victory.

Having fought his way through to the final, he then lost to Ernesto Hoost by unanimous decision in the third of their four matches.

On August 7, , at the K-1 USA Grand Prix '98 , K-1's first venture into the United States and Las Vegas , he dismantled Mike LaBree inside the first round, forcing him into a corner before stopping him with a flurry of punches immediately followed by a thudding low kick.

The Grand Prix began on September 27 with the round of sixteen at the K-1 World Grand Prix '98 Opening Round where Hug faced off with Mark Russell, one of the few opponents in his career who he had a size advantage over.

He scored a knockdown over England's Russell in the latter part of round one and finished the job in two with a second consecutive leg kick stoppage.

At the K-1 Grand Prix '98 Final Round on December 13, , he TKO'd Ray Sefo in the second round of their quarter-final match, knocking the New Zealander down twice with aggressive boxing combinations and forcing referee Nobuaki Kakuda to stop the fight, [21] before securing a majority decision against Sam Greco in the semis, a rematch of their draw a year earlier.

There was also some controversy in the fight as both men continued to fight after the bell rung at the end of round two, with Greco knocking Hug to the canvas with a right hand.

The tournament final saw Andy Hug draw Peter Aerts once again and in their fourth and final match against one another, Aerts emerged victorious via head kick knockout in the first round.

Record numbers of spectators were recorded for all tournaments. He began in devastating fashion, knocking out Tsuyoshi Nakasako with a second round spinning heel kick at K-1 Rising Sun '99 on February 3 [22] and scoring a second TKO over Ray Sefo in their rematch at K-1 Revenge '99 on April 25 when the New Zealander's corner pulled their fighter out at the end of round four due to damage sustained.

During that fourth round, Sefo was down for over four minutes and was seen by ringside physicians after sustaining a low blow before suffering two knockdowns, one from a low kick and the other a barrage of unanswered strikes.

As early as the first round, Hug exacerbated a pre-existing groin injury. This handicap was so severe that it forced him to abandon a large part of his arsenal in his kicking game, and he dropped a unanimous decision.

Hug went 4—0 in , the year of his death. He took a majority decision in his rematch with Musashi at K-1 Burning on March 19 and a unanimous decision against Glaube Feitosa after a back-and-forth war at K-1 The Millennium on April Cro Cop put him under pressure with his boxing at numerous times, but Hug stayed active with his kicks and did enough to take the unanimous decision.

In what would prove to be his final match, Andy Hug scored a quick knockout over Nobu Hayashi at K-1 Spirits on July 7, , sending his Japanese opponent to the canvas twice inside the first round.

He was planning a retirement match and a move into acting in the near future at the time of his death. Andy met his wife Ilona Hug born July 4, in summer while she was working as a fitness trainer and model [25] and the couple married in Inwil on August 28, Ilona and Seya moved to the United States where she attended the Santa Monica College of Design, Art and Architecture for two years before returning to Switzerland upon completion of her studies.

Andy Hug was in Switzerland in early August when he suffered more than thirty-nine attacks of high fever and heavy nosebleeding.

He visited a hospital for medical tests and examination but doctors found no sign of illness. Despite the advice of the doctors and his manager Rene Ernst, Hug travelled to Japan on August 14 to train ahead of his planned participation in the K-1 World Grand Prix in Fukuoka.

On August 15, his Swiss personal physician found a swollen tumor on the left side of Hug's neck and declared it malignant. He was rushed to the Nippon Medical School hospital in Bunkyo , Tokyo on August 19 after suffering more feverish attacks.

The doctors diagnosed leukemia and began chemotherapy immediately. They also warned Hug that due to heart and circulation problems he had suffered for a while, the chemotherapy treatment might in fact adversely affect his condition.

His body showed all the signs of acute leukemia: purple spots, digestion pipe bleeding, eyeball bleeding, urinary tract bleeding and genital bleeding.

On the morning of August 21, Seidokaikan and K-1 founder Kazuyoshi Ishii visited Hug at the hospital and Hug told him that if he should die soon, he would like to die in Japan.

Andy was reportedly in good condition on August 22, watching television, eating without help and speaking to Ilona on the telephone.

That day, he also released the following statement:. I think that you will be shocked when you hear in what state of health I am.

When the doctor told me about it, it was an enormous shock even for myself. But I want to inform you about my state of health so that I can fight together with you against this illness.

This illness is the most severe opponent of all my fights. But I will win. As if I would stand in the ring I will get power from your cheers and beat this strong opponent.

Unfortunately I will not be able to fight at the tournament in October. I will fight against this illness in Japan and one day I will appear again with you.

Don't lose hope! Andy Hug" - The message Hug posted to his fans on the internet on August 22, , after learning of his illness.

His condition worsened on August 23 as he had difficulty breathing in the morning and by afternoon had fallen into a coma and was placed on a life support system.

While in the coma, his heart stopped three times but the doctors were able to regain his pulse. When his heart stopped a fourth time on August 24, the doctors decided against reviving him and let him pass away.

He was pronounced dead at pm on August 24, , two weeks short of his thirty-sixth birthday. Peter Aerts, who was at the Nippon Medical School hospital having treatment on his lower back at the time, broke down crying for over two hours when told of Hug's passing.

An hour-long press conference attended by the five doctors who treated Hug, Kazuyoshi Ishii and Francisco Filho was also held at pm that night.

Hug's funeral was held on August 27 in Kyoto where his body was cremated and his ashes deposited in the cemetery of the Hoshuin temple.

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Das war das Geheimnis seiner Ausstrahlung. Und er war Athlet, Artist und Perfektionist. Sein Wille in der Verfolgung eines Ziels war eisern.

Er hat nicht nur geträumt, sondern seinen Traum realisiert. Auch wir Schweizer sind stolz auf Dich! Entsprechend fielen seinerzeit auch die Nachrufe aus.

Er hat körperlich überlegene Gegner mit seiner Agilität und Technik besiegt, nicht mit roher Gewalt. Und nicht zuletzt hatte er eine in der Schweiz unbekannte Kampfsportart zum gesellschaftlichen Grossereignis gemacht.

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Mein Konto. Er hat seinen Kampf des Lebens gegen die Leukämie verloren. Jetzt lebt sein Sohn Seya den Traum seines Vaters.

Seya war fünf Jahre alt, als er seinen Vater verloren hat. Im Alter von 18 Jahren ist er nach Kalifornien gezogen, hat dort Film und Wirtschaft studiert und hat sich danach an der Lee Strasberg-Schauspielschule in Hollywood weitergebildet.

Als sich Seya entschloss, sein Glück in Hollywood zu suchen, wusste er nicht, dass sein berühmter Vater einst ähnliche Pläne hatte. Und dass der erste Film gleich im Kampfsport-Millieu spielt, das berührt seine Mutter auch in diesen Tagen.

Und die nächsten Rollen sind aufgegleist. Er will sich im Sinne des Wortes in Hollywood durchboxen und nach oben kämpfen. Er wollte zeigen, dass Kampfsport nicht Unterwelt ist, dass er auch andere, schöne Seiten hat.

Andy Hug war ein Muskelpaket. Einer, der jeden Tag aufs Neue kämpfte. Der nicht so enden wollte wie sein Vater der Fremdenlegionär, der irgendwann irgendwo in Thailand starb und sich nicht um seinen Sohn kümmerte.

Er war besessen von der Idee, stärker zu sein als der Rest der Welt. Ein Mann von der Sorte, bei der man als Frau sofort das beruhigende Gefühl hat: "Den wirft bestimmt nichts um.

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