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Albert Kraus is a Dutch kickboxer who was born on 3 August, 1980 in Oss, Netherlands. He is currently 43 years old. Kraus began his kickboxing career in 1997 and has since become one of the most successful Dutch kickboxers of all time. He has won multiple world titles in various organizations, including the K-1 World MAX, It's Showtime, and Enfusion. Kraus stands at 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m) tall and weighs in at 70 kg (154 lbs). Kraus is currently single and does not have any known dating history. Kraus has an estimated net worth of $1 million. He has earned his wealth through his successful kickboxing career. He has won multiple world titles and has competed in some of the biggest kickboxing organizations in the world. He has also earned money through sponsorships and endorsements.

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Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 3 August 1980
Birthday 3 August
Birthplace Oss, Netherlands
Nationality Dutch

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Albert Kraus Height, Weight & Measurements

At 43 years old, Albert Kraus height is 1.72 m and Weight 70 kg.

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Height 1.72 m
Weight 70 kg
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Albert Kraus Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Albert Kraus worth at the age of 43 years old? Albert Kraus’s income source is mostly from being a successful Kickboxer. He is from Dutch. We have estimated Albert Kraus's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million - $5 Million
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He lost to Aikpracha Meenayothin by split decision at Glory 14: Zagreb in Zagreb, Croatia on March 8, 2014.

Kraus rematched Zheng Zhaoyu at Kunlun 5 in Chengdu, China on June 1, 2014, and defeated him once again, knocking him out with a second round knee.

He beat Erkan Varol via unanimous decision at Qabala Fight Series #1 in Qabala, Azerbaijan on June 29, 2014.


He was set to fight Andy Ristie at Glory 5: London on March 23, 2013, in London, England but Ristie was forced to withdraw due to visa issues and replaced by Warren Stevelmans. Kraus defeated Stevelmans via unanimous decision.

The Kraus-Ristie fight was rescheduled for Glory 8: Tokyo - 2013 65kg Slam on May 3, 2013. Ristie KO'd Kraus with a knee in round two.

Kraus was to fight Jordan Watson at Glory 10: Los Angeles - Middleweight World Championship Tournament in Ontario, California, United States on September 28, 2013 but Watson was unable to compete due to visa issues and was replaced by Ky Hollenbeck. He lost by unanimous decision.


He knocked out Ekapop Sor Klinmee in round 1 at Fighterzone Kickboxing World Series MAX in Singapore on February 25, 2012.

He lost against Abraham Roqueñi on April 28, 2012, in Torrelavega, Spain at a 70 kg contest.

He was drawn against Sanny Dahlbeck in the quarter-finals of the Glory 3: Rome - 2012 Middleweight Slam Final 8 to be held on November 3, 2012, in Rome, Italy. However, he was struck down with the flu in the week leading up to tournament and had to be replaced by Yoshihiro Sato.

On December 31, 2012, Kraus won a Wu Lin Feng eight-man tournament in Beijing, China. He was drawn against 18-year-old Zhang Zhao Yu in the quarter-finals, and was able to wear the youngster down and stop him in the third round with a series of body punches. In the semis, he forced two first-round referee counts on Wang Wei Hao, who was also deducted a point for using a Sanshou-style takedown on Kraus. Behind heavily on the scorecards, Wang's corner stopped him from continuing at the end of round one and Kraus marched into the finals to face Dong Wen Fei. Kraus dropped Dong three times before finishing him off with a high kick in round two to win the tournament and $100,000 prize money.


Kraus had a stuttering start to 2008, losing his World Full Contact Association (W.F.C.A.) Thai Boxing junior middleweight world title fight to Faldir Chahbari and missing out on qualification for the K-1 MAX World Final for the very first time by losing to Buakaw Por. Pramuk at the K-1 World MAX 2008 World Championship Tournament Final 16. Losing out on a place at the final seemed to re-invigorate Kraus as he went on a seven match winning streak throughout 2008 and the beginning of 2009 – a streak that included winning the 2008 "King Of The Ring" Welterweight World title. He finally tasted defeat at the K-1 World MAX 2009 Final 8 quarter final stage to eventual champion Giorgio Petrosyan. Since that defeat Albert Kraus has won five straight and has booked his place in the quarter finals of the forthcoming K-1 World MAX 2010 Final by defeating Hiroki Nakajima by decision at the K-1 World MAX 2010 World Championship Tournament Final 16. He again tasted defeat at the K-1 World MAX 2010 quarter final stage to the reigning champion Giorgio Petrosyan who would go on to win the tournament.


2006 would be a mixed year for Albert Kraus. He suffered an early exit at the quarter final stage of the K-1 World MAX 2006 World Championship to Gago Drago but did manage to regain his I.K.B.A. World title by defeating James Martinez. 2007 started badly for Albert as he lost two straight fights, including a shock decision loss to little known Japanese fighter Tatsuji. He improved as the year progressed qualifying for the 6th annual K-1 World MAX Final on October 3, 2007. Kraus fought and defeated Yoshihiro Sato by decision in the quarter finals and in the semis he met 2005 Champion Andy Souwer and lost the battle by majority decision. Souwer went on to fight Masato in the finals and eventually won the championship.


In 2003 Kraus switched to Super Pro Gym. He entered the K-1 World MAX 2003 World Tournament as reigning champion and tournament favourite. Kraus defeated both of his opponents by stoppage en route to the final but was unable to retain his title, losing to Masato by knockout at 2:26 of the second round. After the tournament Albert Kraus would continue fighting in a number of events in K-MAX and Super League, winning seven straight bouts through 2003 and 2004 and qualifying for the K-1 World MAX 2004 World Tournament Final where he would reach the semi finals. The following year, Albert Kraus would once more take part in the K-1 World MAX 2005 Championship defeating John Wayne Parr in the quarter finals only to lose to Thai fighter Buakaw Por. Pramuk in the semi finals. Despite the disappointment of another semi final defeat, Kraus would finish the year on a high by defeating Menno Dijkstra at Kraus's hometown of Oss to win the I.K.B.A. world title.


Kraus made his K-1 debut on February 24, 2002, at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 Preliminary Netherlands and was invited to the inaugural K-1 MAX World Championship on May 11, 2002. In the tournament quarter finals he faced Shane Chapman from New Zealand and won the evenly fought battle by a single point on the three judges' cards to take a unanimous decision. In the semi finals Albert Kraus met local crowd favourite Masato. Kraus scored a down with a punch at 2:31 into the first round and held on to earn his second consecutive unanimous decision and advance to the finals. He needed just one minute to put Kaolan Kaovichit down with a punch combination to become the first-ever K-1 World Max Champion.


Albert Kraus started boxing at 14 years old, later switching over to kickboxing aged 17 fighting out of Gino Albert Gym in Oss. In 1997 he had his first amateur fight, winning convincingly by first-round knockout. After numerous amateur victories Kraus switched to Bully's Gym in Rhenen. He made his professional debut in 1999 in Rotterdam, defeating his opponent Kany via second-round knockout. By 2001 he had won the Dutch F.I.M.A.C, European I.K.B.F and W.K.A World titles.


Albert “The Hurricane” Kraus (born August 3, 1980) is a Dutch welterweight kickboxer. He was the first K-1 World MAX Tournament Champion in 2002 and also the first SUPERKOMBAT Middleweight Champion. Kraus has also held four separate world titles in kickboxing and Muay Thai. He is currently fighting out of Super Pro Gym.