He Cracked Monsters! Badr Hari - a Furious Knockout Machine


Badr Hari has earned a ferocious reputation with earth-shattering battles as well as dramatic one-punch knockouts. Switching his enemies’ lights out for years, he collected a variety of prestigious titles and became synonymous with non-stop action. In this edition of kickboxing legends, we present the chronicles of head-bashing by Badr Hari - the most charming Bad Boy in K-1.
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  • @iant6625
    @iant66253 ай бұрын

    3:15, knocks him down, helps him back up when he’s winded and says something like, “breath brother, breath.” I love the fighting spirit of these guys, and I love the well earned mutual respect even more. Absolute warriors that step into the ring, respect!

  • @linksbetweendrinks7032


    3 ай бұрын

    Respect? Hari was an asshole that kicked downed fighters and fought regular people on the street minding their own business. Badr Hari was a great fighter, but the man didn't have an ounce of respect in him.

  • @LaZieGoblin


    3 ай бұрын

    ​@@linksbetweendrinks7032the opponent picked him up. A plexus hit causes you to be unable to breath for like a minute.. horrible feeling

  • @linksbetweendrinks7032


    3 ай бұрын

    @LaZieGoblin I've taken a shot to the plexus, and more than one to the liver. And yeah, your body kind of forgets how to breathe. I'm not saying Badr was a monster; he had moments of kindness to other fighters, but he also soccer-kicked downed opponents, and fought random folk on the street. All people are complicated, but Hari was an asshole, ultimately.

  • @FleccaRobinson


    2 ай бұрын

    ​@@linksbetweendrinks7032well said man i agree

  • @TonyGellaDrums
    @TonyGellaDrumsАй бұрын

    Respect for hard work Hari✊🏼

  • @kennethriviere3221
    @kennethriviere3221Ай бұрын

    Love Hari! He has done great things!

  • @Marko-CBJJ
    @Marko-CBJJ5 ай бұрын


  • @coastalorigins3031
    @coastalorigins3031 Жыл бұрын

    This is so well done. No shying away from the early career building years, losses and triumphs before turning pro. Hurdles when turning pro, not just highlight reels and glorifying, it shows the tumultuous and hard won evolution in his style and career. I wish they would do something like this for Ali, Mike Tyson, Buster Douglas, Joe Frazier, Oscar De La Hoya, Willie Pep,Jack Dempsey, Manny Pacquiao, Joe Lewis and Especially Rocky Marciano.

  • @rdwi3541


    Жыл бұрын

    Komentar terbaik👌

  • @jalilvj1149


    Жыл бұрын


  • @shanghunter7697


    Жыл бұрын

    True story regarding Mr. Jack Dempsey. It was 1982 and i was on a field trip from western n.y. to n.y.c. for an event as a 14 yr old kid. Was the last kid in the line walking down the street when i heard a load sound to my right, when i looked up there it was the "one and only" Mr. Dempsey and he was so impressed that i immediately recognized him. The building he came out of was a pawn shop and he was there buying coins. He pulled out a beautiful 1888 silver dollar and gave it to me along with his autograph, our family home burned down in 83 so i lost the autograph but i still have the coin and it's one of my most prized possessions. Happy holiday to you and yours.

  • @IronBallsMcNeese


    10 ай бұрын

    Joe Louis

  • @NicoDsSBCs
    @NicoDsSBCsАй бұрын

    Just awesome. I never seen him fight before but did hear about his antics outside the ring.

  • @xAzaar-
    @xAzaar-9 күн бұрын

    how relentless they fought back then... so crazy to watch. every single strike thrown with full power and bad intentions. great documentary as always!

  • @rondj1965
    @rondj19655 ай бұрын

    He was such a phenomenal and exciting boxer to watch; raw power, speed, instinct....so sad to see him lose his temper and make the bad choices he made. It ruined a great fighters legacy. I still think he is one of the all time greats, regardless.

  • @DraaiIeks-bo2fz


    3 ай бұрын

    Was.? Hes fighting soon again.

  • @calbo555


    2 ай бұрын

    ^ above is correct he was... Should be a top trainer now

  • @brandon0981


    2 ай бұрын

    is a crybab child and cheat = one of the all time greats. sure bud.

  • @aufkeinsten7883


    Ай бұрын

    @@brandon0981 One can respect a fighters capability without judging his character, no?

  • @arkashrampadarath9118
    @arkashrampadarath911810 ай бұрын

    Overall his ability to bounce back after some smashing defeats is admirable 🏆

  • @tmathew1usj
    @tmathew1usj2 ай бұрын

    Was Badr Hari the most accurate heavyweight puncher of all-time? It seemed like he could land punches not just on the jaw, but specific places on the jaw to ensure the KO. He is one of the all-time best from the glory days of K1. The writing and narration of this vid are also first class.

  • @yukioeto7070
    @yukioeto70702 ай бұрын

    Sempre fui fã do Badr Hari o único problema dele que era muito descontrolado e as vezes ele merecia tomar esses K.O até comemorava, mas é um baita lutador.

  • @anthonymancuso9429
    @anthonymancuso94298 ай бұрын

    Great video, was blown away by the end when his record was mentioned, 106 wins and 16 losses, is outstanding! I know this shed light on his most memorable fights but feel like it didn't sell just how great of a fighter he really is! He took on anyone and was not held back weight so much like the ufc, which has turned into a shit show, unlike these fights! Badr Hari is definitely one of the greats!!

  • @madderall_dot_com


    8 ай бұрын

    Lol, you actually needed someone to spell it out for you? The whole video was about his greatness because he destroyed every champion that came his way and avenged all his big losses.

  • @unwnme


    5 ай бұрын

    @@madderall_dot_com He even taught some poor untrained people on the streets how it feels to be hospitalised. He also likes to spit at people. A true role model. Great guy.

  • @jonyhopkins1
    @jonyhopkins15 күн бұрын

    No one has defeated so many great names and champions like badr Harry. Badr harry was , is and will stay the best fighter. He owns the greatest showtime in all times

  • @Noahboy8
    @Noahboy85 ай бұрын

    The most ferocious kickboxer ever. His knockouts are still one of the most insane to watch, such skill. However if it weren't for kickboxing Hari would definitely have been in jail amongst the criminal insane, the guy is an absolute psychopath.

  • @chadechevalric686
    @chadechevalric6866 ай бұрын

    That spinning backkick while walking backwards. Amazing technique!

  • @mariom7043
    @mariom7043 Жыл бұрын

    You kept me intrigued from your first word right to the very end!! Appreciate all the hard work to make an absolute memorable video!! Keep em' coming!

  • @morganjacob1195
    @morganjacob1195Ай бұрын

    Yes and nobody ever mentions him as a great heavyweight

  • @er9gaming158
    @er9gaming158 Жыл бұрын

    Essa luta que aconteceu no 15:16 do vídeo foi incrível....Pq o oponente do Badr Hari tinha a guarda muito fechada e ele veio com uma estratégia de deixa-lo cansar para depois começar a bater. Agora falando sobre a decisão, pra mim poderia muito bem os juízes terem dado empate. Porque foi muito disputada e não entraram muitos golpes.

  • @zulkufbkm4266


    Жыл бұрын

    saçmalık bedri daha iyiydi hakemler nasol ona verdi hayret

  • @gregjamaux5171


    4 ай бұрын

    Le combat a 15.16 , Il perd le contrôle s’énerve et tape comme un âne 😅

  • @RizonRiz-cw9uq
    @RizonRiz-cw9uqАй бұрын

    This man was a monster back in the days! If he was at his prime in these days he would be hugeee with the social media etc

  • @robertquinn2552
    @robertquinn2552Ай бұрын

    What a great fighter with awesome talent conisting of power speed & everything a champion needs & more . Sadly it looks like he did not forfill his full talent due to his lack of discipline .

  • @katatonicgoat8184
    @katatonicgoat81847 ай бұрын

    A lion heart makes you excel as a fighter but gives you a bad temper from time to time, Badr Hari is the perfect example

  • @fdakis
    @fdakis Жыл бұрын

    This guy has the most insane highlights I've ever seen in kickboxing. What could have been if it weren't for those fouls.

  • @ImRinoes


    Жыл бұрын

    besides the fouls, this man has been to jail for assaulting and beating the absolute hell out of a normal person(koen everink). Dude's the last person you want to meet because of his personality

  • @fdakis


    Жыл бұрын

    @@ImRinoes Ya I did some research on this guy and he's a liability both inside and outside of the ring. What a waste.

  • @ImRinoes


    Жыл бұрын

    @@fdakis unfortunately he further confirmed Maroccan stereotypes living within Holland. Tbh I never knew he was this good because I just know him from his antics outside of the ring...

  • @fdakis


    Жыл бұрын

    @@ImRinoes Wow. That's a sad thing when you're more known for your violent behavior than combat accolades. Moreover, I didn't know about the Moroccan stereotype.

  • @budgetking2591


    Жыл бұрын

    @@ImRinoes Koen Everink is not a normal person lol

  • @marioknowsitsgod1506
    @marioknowsitsgod1506 Жыл бұрын

    That duck after being hit was insanely timely. After already getting his jaw rocked he seen the left hook coming 😅

  • @bucuk8671


    Жыл бұрын

    And with the takedown afterwards it is even more impressive

  • @marioknowsitsgod1506


    Жыл бұрын

    Yeah man some folks are just built for fighting 🤜🏽

  • @SLAYER-nm5zw


    Жыл бұрын

    Yeah that's Peter Graham

  • @DanAsparo-ie2qt


    5 ай бұрын

    @@bucuk8671 Sidcup now

  • @chrisbarbz9238
    @chrisbarbz92385 ай бұрын

    Hari doesn't have the hardest chin but his heart and mettle is as hard and as big as a wrecking ball. He's a slug machine.

  • @staunchnoongar2255
    @staunchnoongar2255 Жыл бұрын

    without a doubt this is the best fighter documentary I have ever seen. It being kickboxing and over 45 minutes long, I didn't think I was going to watch all of it n lose interest in it. But the way this showed everything from he's early years as a skinny kid getting picked on to world champion status with all the highs and lows along the way, really made me want to watch on and know more about this guy. @VoteSport well done guys on producing the best fish documentary I have ever seen of any of the combat sport disciplines.

  • @madderall_dot_com


    8 ай бұрын

    I know , right? This thing watches like it's 5 minutes long. Great story, editing and narration.

  • @xvrit
    @xvrit5 ай бұрын

    No doubt, little more chivalrous temperament would have taken Badr Hari to greater heights of success both inside and outside of the ring. Yet, still, I'm impressed.

  • @rob1615
    @rob1615 Жыл бұрын

    No doubt Badr was devastating in the K1 kickboxing but unfortunately his best days are gone which is a shame as I loved watching him fight his victims

  • @farhanmirdha3598


    Жыл бұрын

    He still has 92 knockouts

  • @lcfflc3887


    11 ай бұрын

    stupid 2 KO rules saved his ass, which is a ridiculous rule by the K1 organization.

  • @farhanmirdha3598


    11 ай бұрын

    @@lcfflc3887 he was dominating overeem either way but i agree

  • @ekimandersom4478


    10 ай бұрын

    @@farhanmirdha3598 No he hasn't. There is zero proof of 92 fights

  • @farhanmirdha3598


    10 ай бұрын

    @@ekimandersom4478 explain

  • @skrillztheentourage
    @skrillztheentourage7 ай бұрын

    7:11 he helped up the same man that "spit" on him while he was on the ground....this guy is fucking awesome I swear

  • @fuquantiegermann3776
    @fuquantiegermann377610 ай бұрын

    This took me back to when I was 20 watching K1 and still fighting actively myself. Good times.

  • @fathertorque9497
    @fathertorque9497 Жыл бұрын

    This guy lost my respect once he started knocking untrained people out outside of the ring. Don't how often he won, he lost everything in my eyes once he started doing that crap!

  • @Toxic.D


    9 ай бұрын

    You cannot be successful in this,if you are not crazy a bit

  • @fathertorque9497


    9 ай бұрын

    @@Toxic.D That's not a excuse to go around and start beating people so badly they need to be hospitalised.....

  • @Toxic.D


    9 ай бұрын

    @@fathertorque9497 Of course not,Just saying you need a dose of insanity in this sport.

  • @turntablesrockmyworld9315


    9 ай бұрын

    @@fathertorque9497 Hari was a bully and thug.

  • @zeneth8082


    7 ай бұрын

    @@Toxic.D Thats not true at all lmfao. Vast majority of champions do not assault civilians randomly

  • @saulgoodman2303
    @saulgoodman2303 Жыл бұрын

    Great video my friend, great voice as the narrator, great story telling, and respect for the fighter's legacy. Your video on Melvin Manhoef was top notch, and I subscribed to your channel instantly. If you want to introduce one of your favorite fighters to one of your friends, your videos are the way to go.

  • @JosjeR
    @JosjeR Жыл бұрын

    This is the best 'tribute' video I have ever seen of his career. Badr is a legend, and he is my all time favorite (inside the ring..) kickboxer. I wish we could've seen more of him, but his time is up by now. Thank you for those explosive fights and KO's in your career. I loved watching you since 2008.

  • @ard8785
    @ard8785 Жыл бұрын

    The best fighter is he who knows how to control himself... The greatest fighter is he who knows when to stop - and how to stop and totally quit the game while he is still in the pinnacle of his youth and sport... When pride and defeat catch up with a good fighter, that's the time when glory turns to humiliation - and eternal disgrace...

  • @gmy33


    11 ай бұрын

    Amen !

  • @dnlamp382


    10 ай бұрын


  • @doctorstainy


    3 ай бұрын

    Stopping while you are on top is a wise move? Why? You think its humiliation not being no1 but measly top 100? Everyone knows there is a prime and every athlete will decline, so how is it a disgrace not performing at top level? They are still better than most. As long as you are kinda healthy and happy just keep doing what you do. I hate when people knock on legends for not being at the same level as they once were, when they are still elite athletes and just doing what they like.

  • @ard8785


    3 ай бұрын

    @@doctorstainy ayusin mo muna English mo.... mali-mqli eh! hahahaaa 😅

  • @mohamedalielgandassi5499
    @mohamedalielgandassi5499Ай бұрын

    He is the legendary bad boy he was young but everyone loves him for his extraordinary crazy career

  • @wgvwgv579


    Ай бұрын

    All he can do is beat innocent people outside the ring, for the rest he's worthless. Same for his little thug fans😂

  • @Dan-hn1lx
    @Dan-hn1lx Жыл бұрын

    That head kick to insta cut and ko was amazing and Badr always ran into combos but wow what a kick!!!

  • @jesseadams1310
    @jesseadams131011 ай бұрын

    Great video!!! What I took from this is Badr definitely can not take a hit like that of those he hits. Dude had his glass jaw exposed at like 23yrs old, been fragile ever since 😂🤐

  • @ShowemRight
    @ShowemRight11 ай бұрын

    What the Russian or Bela Russian dude did, after knocking out Badr, was very respectful, and awesomely sportsman like doing by helping his opponent up from defeat...

  • @elmehdi310
    @elmehdi310 Жыл бұрын

    Thank you man for this great vid. Badr is one of the greatest fighters I've ever seen, a fearless guy. I wish he behaved better. Sad to hear Badr's retirement. It's time for some rest champion, you will never be forgotten!

  • @hankpielemans


    Жыл бұрын

    Well if you havent won any fights from 2015 you are not that good...

  • @elmehdi310


    Жыл бұрын

    @@hankpielemans do you mean the last 6 fights? Yes, he lost, but that's nothing compared to his 90+ K.O record for example. All the GOAT's lose sometimes, it's the nature of sports.

  • @farhanmirdha3598


    Жыл бұрын

    @@elmehdi310 yes bro having 125 professional fights 106 wins 17 losses and 2 no contest but 92 knockouts is incredible

  • @elmehdi310


    Жыл бұрын

    @@rpsxxxtv3020 Hari never played in UFC, it's a different sport. Stop embarrassing yourself.

  • @aryanpers7726
    @aryanpers7726 Жыл бұрын

    40,00 Badr sweared but at the end was a promise which he couldn't deliver, and it showed he had just a big mouth! Rico Verhoeven is a respectable and humble guy, and he deserves the respect of his community!

  • @motaboi5397


    5 ай бұрын

    His fights are more boring than pepa the pig

  • @hounsspiewiew6568


    2 ай бұрын

    Where was Rico in that time? Exactly, not good enough for K1. Badr was between those big guys since he was 20.

  • @Whiterun_Gaurd
    @Whiterun_Gaurd8 ай бұрын

    Damn something else this doc shows is not just the talent of Badr but also his talented opponents that gave him a hard time. K1 fighters were just built different.

  • @tomminhonubia2499
    @tomminhonubia24995 ай бұрын

    You can almost feel the clash of these thunderous blows 😂

  • @elafzal5866
    @elafzal586611 ай бұрын

    So he pretty much lost to any worthy opponent in the beginning of his career. Then won the rematches and proceeded to dominate. Evolved as a fighter, learning from his experience in both wins and losses. Fight game is nasty, anything can happen in a fight.

  • @brianoh8192
    @brianoh81929 ай бұрын

    I actually like how he took ligament damages to end his fights rather than his career ending from too much head trauma. As long as he can live the rest of his life healthily :)

  • @barblessable


    8 ай бұрын

    and stay out of jail 😏🙄.

  • @madderall_dot_com


    8 ай бұрын

    I seriously doubt that he's healthy in any shape or form. Probably took more damage than Ali. Eating kicks and knees to the head from 100kg men without pads for 20 years is one of the worst diets I can imagine.

  • @patcronenberg2258


    13 күн бұрын

    He lacked the mentality to be in the all time greats top 10 fo sure. More of a street fighter IMHO

  • @thereflectionofperfection3395
    @thereflectionofperfection3395 Жыл бұрын

    I just love how this guy talk about the fight like it's live and not spoil the fights from the beginning.

  • @profyle766


    Жыл бұрын

    Bro i subbed straight. Loved the story!!

  • @montibeats
    @montibeats4 ай бұрын

    In the beginning his energy was crazyyy going just for the KO. I miss this🔥

  • @tommyarmour68
    @tommyarmour68 Жыл бұрын

    I found this video after watching lyoto Machida. I've heard of Badr Hari. But didn't realize his story and stints in Prison. He was really an amazing fighter that missed some amazing opportunities. Would of loved to of seen him fight Bas Rutten though.

  • @shanghunter7697


    Жыл бұрын

    Bas WOULD'VE eaten right through Hari. Hari def. a great pugilist but Bas would've taken him 9 out 10 times......j.m.o.

  • @tielemobiel


    10 ай бұрын

    You’re right, Bas was way more hardcore then Badr would ever hope

  • @XDKX101


    10 ай бұрын

    @@shanghunter7697 Bas isn't beating Badr in a kickboxing fight lmao. What a joke. Bas is more of an mma fighter. With kickboxing gloves he won't stand a chance against a 2007-10 Badr

  • @shanghunter7697


    10 ай бұрын

    @@XDKX101 I'm sure you're right, a joke it is.

  • @floppa731


    10 ай бұрын

    @@XDKX101 during a specific 3 year stretch with specific rules he would lose

  • @rogeransaloni2035
    @rogeransaloni203510 ай бұрын

    Another great video, Im glad I found this channel. I guess Hari only and true enemy was himself, a great example that this sport is not about the violence, but merit and discipline. He had the first, but lacked the second

  • @Micha_mg
    @Micha_mg5 ай бұрын

    I loved Alexei Igniashov! One of the best fighters in the world. Loved Bonievsky, loved Ernesto, loved Jerome, loved Feodor, but Alexei had something different.

  • @kof7856


    27 күн бұрын

    私も Me too 👍

  • @Rando1975
    @Rando1975 Жыл бұрын

    I don't think I've ever seen a fighter who throws such HEAVY strikes. It's like he has bricks in his hands and feet.

  • @lifeisart5450


    5 ай бұрын

    His strikes were explosives. Non like his.

  • @danyalalkozai1547
    @danyalalkozai15478 ай бұрын

    Love him from Afghanistan 🇦🇫 ❤❤

  • @TheAstronAutistic
    @TheAstronAutistic5 ай бұрын

    Until I read the title of this video .. I was hearing Butter ... I though it was a killer name ! when I saw Badr .. I ended up loosing my 'waow' into respect for the warrior ! Good warrior, good video ! Keep up the good work guys !

  • @iramiyahira8301
    @iramiyahira8301 Жыл бұрын

    Hari.s. grit. Goes on Unmatched.. A great Champion...

  • @JakeMorris-mg8zj
    @JakeMorris-mg8zj11 ай бұрын

    Appreciate all the hard work to make an absolute memorable video!!

  • @donaldquistbullylover
    @donaldquistbullylover Жыл бұрын

    Great video.... and being Dutch myself I can't denie being a bit of a chauvinist cause, not only does Badr does have a Dutch passport, all he learned and even mastered, was the Dutch style kickboxing originated at Tom Haring's gym Chakuriki in Amsterdam. And besides that the video shows about 10 top fighters all being Dutch and/or Dutch schooled fighters, including Gokan Saki, Remi Bonjanski, Sem Schildt, and Peter Aerts. All K1 Champions. And it's not only the old school Dutch style, but Glory phenomenas Rico Verhoeven and George Hesdes appear. Than there is Enesto Hoost, Eroll Zimmermann, Aflister Overeem and that's just the heavyweight division we're talking not even mentioning Tyrone Spong and Melvin Manhoef and legendary fighters like Ramon Dekkers, Bas Rutten, Rob Kaman which all excelled in the Countries of origan like Thailand and Japan. Nieky Holzken can't be not mentioned in proving that Dutch style kickboxing still is superior over different styles like the capoeira influenced Brazilian style, Sambo influenced Russian style or other sub-kickboxingstyles there are. Holland or The Netherlands if you prefere, still is the modern kickboxing Mekka of the world were some of the greatest, or, I dare say, most of the kickbox started out perfected their skills. It is often said that Amsterdam is known across the world for mild drug policy were the use of drugs isn't illegal (only selling is) or other negative or crime related image, but it is also the kickbox Capital of the world of which I'm proud of.

  • @Juaninta666


    Жыл бұрын

    Ehm regarding to the “Amsterdam and mild drug policy” you mentioned. That it’s ok to use drugs in public right but dealing is not allowed. Let’s set the record straight, you make it look like it’s ok to snort coke or use other class ‘A’ hard drugs in public while walking around in the city or something, as long as you don’t sell it?! Hmzz well I’m from the Netherlands too, and there is a significant difference between class A hard drugs or some marijuana. Hard drugs is a no no and marijuana is allowed too a certain extent

  • @aalokatmaa1606


    Жыл бұрын

    Wow what an information. That’s very true but I don’t know how Rico Verhoeven is the World Champion. What I see in him is just his age, size and resistance power. If I look at others like Badr and all other legends I can almost say he has not technical skill. Such a dull/boring player. I don’t enjoy him playing.

  • @urmumsbaps


    10 ай бұрын

    Wrong. Nobody in the world thinks of Netherlands when they hear the word "kickboxing" they think of Thailand and that's a fact.

  • @audissupersportstation650


    10 ай бұрын

    @@urmumsbaps the dude smokes to mutch haha

  • @ekimandersom4478


    10 ай бұрын

    @@urmumsbaps That is Thai boxing. Kickboxing is a different sport

  • @kevinwilliams6889
    @kevinwilliams68899 ай бұрын

    "Sent to the land of wind and ghosts." Best...line...ever.

  • @skryptix


    9 ай бұрын


  • @aplias20


    4 ай бұрын


  • @SirSmokeALot1311
    @SirSmokeALot13112 ай бұрын

    Thank U from the bottom of my heart, for taking me back trough my childhood, i watched all of this fights every thursday 19⁰⁰ on eurosport! Im a 1984 baby and started muay thai at 20y.age, i became austrian champion in K-1 - 75Kg in 2015 and fougth some more fights that i lost on points, wich was very disapointing! But no matter how often U fall, always stand up 1times more than U fell! 1L♡VE

  • @Nemesis_SN
    @Nemesis_SN7 ай бұрын

    Thank you for this, very well put together and this guy was savage.

  • @robertlocke793
    @robertlocke793 Жыл бұрын

    he put 80 lbs of solid muscle on in no time after swapping camps and had massive moods swings and uncontrollable temper roid rage as its called

  • @shanghunter7697


    Жыл бұрын

    Exactly !!

  • @RyanLS


    Жыл бұрын

    Lol they were all on gear

  • @gmy33


    11 ай бұрын

    @@RyanLS they are ..

  • @gmy33


    11 ай бұрын

    @@shanghunter7697 i ve seen some other bodies cgange aswell .. did you ever see a young overeem ?? ..he started of with a body like mine ;-)

  • @planejane7093


    11 ай бұрын

    That sounds every word like anabolic steroids

  • @manavloksingh8106
    @manavloksingh8106 Жыл бұрын

    The swords broke and many weapons were shattered into bits, those warriors who fought, were chopped and ultimately only the king survived.375. One☝👑 of BH

  • @robertfrapples2472
    @robertfrapples247210 ай бұрын

    I loved it when the Aussie dropped him like a bad habit!

  • @ericowens5499
    @ericowens549911 ай бұрын

    My favorite thing about when u highlight fighters is that u don’t just show them at there best, you make sure to go over their losses but show that they’re still talented and great despite the losses

  • @robertwilliam5527
    @robertwilliam55278 ай бұрын

    8:54 "missile" wow literally 9:14 😂😂😂 Also, in a rematch with Overeem he lost with K.O again by spin-kick to the body, but not listed in this video.

  • @abeu
    @abeu Жыл бұрын

    Badr's worst enemy was his own temper. The dark prince of K1.

  • @georgedejongveg


    Жыл бұрын

    yep true (i think so too), i always wonder if he could be - just a bit - better if he controled it

  • @abeu


    Жыл бұрын

    @@georgedejongveg Me too. I miss watching his fights. But every time he do stupid shit and lose a fight by disqualification I'm just like 🤦🏻‍♂️

  • @georgedejongveg


    Жыл бұрын

    @@abeu lol, yeh

  • @theresurrectionmen8707


    Жыл бұрын

    He could have been a grand prix champ against remy. He was pressing him but then...

  • @chips2coins


    Жыл бұрын

    @@georgedejongveg he is a good fighter, but a very rotten personality. He is a very nasty man and I met a lot of people like him. They are willing to fight you 10 vs 1. I had it a couple of times that these types attacked me in groups, they have NO honor!

  • @ackJin
    @ackJin Жыл бұрын

    벌크업 진짜 얼마나 노력했을지 간접 적으로 보여주는 한 예 .. 최홍만 정말 강했구나 하고 새삼 느끼게 되는 영상 피터아츠는 전성기가 아니라 조금 아쉬웠던 경기... 악동이 되어버린 바다 하리.. 인성이 조금 아쉬운 파이터

  • @YonnY_HardHead
    @YonnY_HardHead Жыл бұрын

    He give me so much motivation 💯💯💯💯‼️

  • @HILAL19564
    @HILAL195642 ай бұрын

    My favorite fighters of all time not in specific order. Badr Hari, Alex Pereira, Superbon Banchamek, Muhammad Ali, Jon Jones and Buakaw Banchamek

  • @DexterHaven
    @DexterHaven Жыл бұрын

    Amazing how many losses he had for a champ. And how he kept coming back like a bad cough.

  • @simoncross1677
    @simoncross1677 Жыл бұрын

    Absolute machine Badr Hari and love the doco.

  • @roelchristopher-qz5lb
    @roelchristopher-qz5lbАй бұрын

    Badr Harry..... The Beast!!!!!!!!! Respect Mr. Badr!!!

  • @JAKOB1977
    @JAKOB1977 Жыл бұрын

    extremely talented fighter but sadly lacking the mental aspect. But definately one of the K1 legends in his era. thx for a great walkthrue of Badr... topnudge.

  • @TheOne-oo6fq
    @TheOne-oo6fq10 ай бұрын

    Love him or hate him, Badr sure as hell gave good fights

  • @wemustliveent.9597
    @wemustliveent.959710 ай бұрын

    He never ducked accountability for his loses....salute

  • @joshuajohnson4396
    @joshuajohnson4396 Жыл бұрын

    The one fighter that never loses is time.

  • @madanismail1


    Жыл бұрын

    TRUE They all come across their worst BEAST at one time

  • @bobbyboucher1936


    Жыл бұрын

    Wow you are like so smart. And probably super strong. Here, have a gold star for being such a cool fella⭐️

  • @Juaninta666


    Жыл бұрын

    @ Bobby Boucher : ROFL 😂

  • @michaelangell3543


    Жыл бұрын

    Time loses to zero gravity...

  • @shabougie2117
    @shabougie2117 Жыл бұрын


  • @dnlamp382


    10 ай бұрын

    unfair fighter good yes, unfair........

  • @BitBuhkit
    @BitBuhkit7 ай бұрын

    Every single one of your videos rock. Well done!

  • @mossboss1972
    @mossboss1972 Жыл бұрын

    That spinning heel kick was dazzling

  • @donsimons9810


    Жыл бұрын

    I loved the one that broke Badr's jaw. That was so satisfying to watch. Like Ali, it's just great to see their uppity bodies crumble

  • @romatim1000


    11 ай бұрын

    Hit him so hard, that Cristiano Ronaldo felt it😉

  • @country928


    11 ай бұрын

    @@donsimons9810 they had to put the humble pie in a blender so he could drink it through a straw. Lmao 🤣

  • @markvangennip7931


    10 ай бұрын

    And the next fight against Graham, he beat him. That was the biggest power of Hari. He rarely lost twice against the same opponent.

  • @XtraCrispy
    @XtraCrispy3 ай бұрын

    His leg gone forever, He such a good fighter

  • @clintcowles7563
    @clintcowles75635 ай бұрын

    Nick work! I know this took some time to put together. Thank you.

  • @alphacartuninghull4859
    @alphacartuninghull4859 Жыл бұрын

    Very good documentary done in a really pro way. And Hari was one of the best fighters ever but not a great example on the ring or outside. Anyway at the end was a great fighter !

  • @originunknown3209
    @originunknown32098 ай бұрын

    Arlovski’s glass chin, WHAT a knockout!!!! 👏👏👏👏👏

  • @juaneugeniodebenedettti6187
    @juaneugeniodebenedettti61874 ай бұрын

    He fought against a lot of legends when they were already too old

  • @davidpatch8424
    @davidpatch8424 Жыл бұрын

    Aggressive motivation 💪 👏 but expensive consequences

  • @gracie99999


    Жыл бұрын

    could be more intelligent wit it

  • @JohnnySabu
    @JohnnySabu Жыл бұрын

    Excellent video and recap of Badr Hari's career.

  • @JonnyKlin8
    @JonnyKlin86 ай бұрын

    I love how the Aussie took him down with the same spinning kick he used to win his previous fight tho... The sheer disrespect 😆

  • @MaFd0n
    @MaFd0n5 ай бұрын

    37:40 i laughed out so loud when i saw this fail. Knowing what was written on his training wall "its easy to be hard, its hard to be smart" ... what an XD moment

  • @BodhiNDaddy
    @BodhiNDaddy10 ай бұрын

    Very well made video with well rounded details like it’s a documentary program! He got a heart!

  • @julioalmeidajulioalmeida8935
    @julioalmeidajulioalmeida8935 Жыл бұрын

    Essa foi a melhor geração de lutadores, dava gosto de assistir essas lutas

  • @rickgoosens8793
    @rickgoosens8793 Жыл бұрын

    I dont like badr due to his personality and stupid decisions outside the ring. But you cant ignore what a beast he was. And als always your videos are so amazing its better than watching HBO or 60 minutes !

  • @TheMMn25


    5 ай бұрын

    Love him or hate , he’s the goat of kick-boxing

  • @HAILtheGREAT1
    @HAILtheGREAT121 күн бұрын

    Never heard of this guy but Overeem is more of a mainstream name and to know he slayed that dude is al the cred he needs.

  • @samihukka4490
    @samihukka44902 ай бұрын

    That Leko knock out is the most impressive.

  • @BestTube-wy8lw
    @BestTube-wy8lwКүн бұрын

    The bad guy has always been sucked by bad luck but has consistently been the best.

  • @chadkline4268
    @chadkline426810 ай бұрын

    What an awesome fighter!!! Truly, one of the best I've ever seen, just amazing. Used his lanky long limbs to his advantage against much more stout + powerful combatants.

  • @firstname3352
    @firstname3352 Жыл бұрын

    Absolutely brilliantly put together. One of the best KZread compilations/documentaries I've seen.

  • @BirdDawg1
    @BirdDawg1 Жыл бұрын

    That 45 minutes felt like 20! Excellent all the way around!

  • @Carlingforreal
    @Carlingforreal Жыл бұрын

    Man, this videos are more like professional documentaries. Music, story, pauses... everything's top-notch!

  • @bishyeahbish3758


    Жыл бұрын

    There's plenty of channels just like this though so don't get too carried away with the compliments bro I know of at least ten other channels that do the same amount/quality of content in the mma world. I'm not saying they're not good but it's not any better than a lot of other channels that do the same thing bro. I'm just saying yo 🤷🏼‍♂️

  • @derrickross192


    Жыл бұрын

    @@bishyeahbish3758 don't get too carried away with being negative.

  • @infowazz


    Жыл бұрын

    @@derrickross192 true true. bish b crazy

  • @urkent4463


    Жыл бұрын

    just a wow from start to end

  • @jugghead-1975


    Жыл бұрын

    Agreed ... very well done! Let the trolls spew their venom, no sweat

  • @Discussting89
    @Discussting89 Жыл бұрын

    Badr Hari is the Zlatan Ibrahimovic of K1

  • @MrDaigoRiki
    @MrDaigoRiki6 ай бұрын

    What makes him so crazy is his left back bruise, that makes him strong and also Crazy

  • @abnoco
    @abnoco3 ай бұрын

    Can we take a moment and acknowledge the amazing sportsmanship of the Belarusian?

  • @draculastraphouse7863
    @draculastraphouse7863 Жыл бұрын

    He knocked out monsters? Sir, he's a damn monster himself...

  • @farhanmirdha3598


    Жыл бұрын

    Yh 125 professional fights 106 wins 92 kos 17 losses and 2 no contest Monster

  • @PinkDiamond-2000
    @PinkDiamond-2000 Жыл бұрын

    I watched LIVE many of his fights. He had an amazing career.