Andy The Machine Ristie
Current Rank
180 CM / 5'10"
70 KG / 154 LBS
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Fighter Stats

Glory Record 8-2-0 (6 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Average Fight Time 6:43 Fight Duration
Knockdown Ratio 11:5 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 10.78 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 8.18 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Striking Differential 2.6 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Striking Accuracy 44.46% Proportion of Strikes Landed

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Fighter Record

Result Opponent Event Method Watch
Loss Robin Van Roosmalen Glory 20: Dubai
Apr 03 2015
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Win Steve Moxon Glory 19: Virginia
Feb 06 2015
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Win Ky Hollenbeck Glory 17: Los Angeles - Last Man Standing
Jun 21 2014
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Loss Davit Kiria Glory 14: Zagreb
Mar 08 2014
Win Robin Van Roosmalen Glory 12: New York
Nov 23 2013
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Win Giorgio Petrosyan Glory 12: New York
Nov 23 2013
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Win Niclas Larsen Glory 10: Los Angeles
Sep 28 2013
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Win Albert Kraus Glory 8: Tokyo
May 03 2013
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Win Alessandro Campagna Glory 6: Istanbul
Apr 06 2013
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Win Nordin Ben-moh Glory 2: Brussels
Oct 06 2012

Fighter Bio

Twitter Andy The Machine Ristie

8-2-0 (6 KO) Suriname




Explosive and unorthodox, Andy Ristie is one of the most dynamic fighters in kickboxing today. 
With power in everything he throws, ‘The Machine’ is capable of scoring a knockout at any moment of the fight.
A late starter in kickboxing - he didn’t begin training until his mid-20’s - Ristie’s rise through the ranks has been a steady one.
He was tipped as one to watch when he signed with GLORY and that advice proved to be correct - Ristie went on a four-fight winning run before entering the GLORY 12 NEW YORK Lightweight Championship Tournament.
In the semi-finals he faced Giorgio Petrosyan, who went into the fight with a 78-1-1 record and who had never even been cleanly knocked down, much less knocked out. 
Ristie threw Petrosyan’s timing off with his unorthodox style then landed a knockout blow to score one of the biggest upsets in kickboxing history.
He wasn’t done there. 
In the final he faced Robin Van Roosmalen, ranked #1 in the world at the time, and was able to repeat the feat. 
Van Roosmalen is not easy to put pressure on but Ristie backed him up before taking him out with a killer left uppercut to win the tournament and the $150,000 prize. 
The win blasted Ristie into the upper echelon of kickboxing’s lightweight stars. Ristie has arrived at the top, and he intends to stay there.