Dutch Kickboxing Legend Rob Kaman Passes Away at Age of 63

Apr 01, 2024
The accomplished kickboxer was one of the pioneers of the sport.

Dutch kickboxing & Muay Thai talent legend, Rob Kaman, has passed away this Sunday night at the age of 63, his family confirmed on his official website.

"Rob left us peacefully in his sleep on March 31, 2024, at 63.

Rob was not just a remarkable individual known for his exceptional kindness, wisdom, and indomitable spirit but also a beacon of light in all who knew him.

His incredible journey from 05-06-1960 to 31-03-2024 was filled with love, laughter, and countless memories that will forever be etched in our hearts."

Born in Amsterdam on June 5th, 1960, Kaman started training in martial arts at the age of 16 and went on to win multiple world championships throughout his career. He is widely respected and remains an influential figure in the world of combat sports.

Often refereed to as "Mr. Low Kick", Kaman boasts an impressive record of 97-12-2. His career led him across the world, where he competed against the likes of fellow legends Ernesto Hoost, Changpuek Kiatsongrit, Alexey Iganshov, Rick Roufus, and many more. 

Beyond Kickboxing extends its condolences to Kaman's family, friends and fans.