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GLORY 17 TV Start Time One Hour Earlier

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GLORY 17

On June 21st GLORY will present GLORY 17 Los Angeles on Spike TV. GLORY 17 Los Angeles will serve as the precursor of the night to whet fans' appetites for GLORY's Last Man Standing PPV event later on that evening. To facilitate this, GLORY 17 will be airing at 8pm Eastern/7pm Central time on Spike TV. As usual, GLORY will have a two hour chunk of time for GLORY 17, which means that Last Man Standing will begin at 10pm Eastern/9pm Central.

GLORY 17 is set to be headlined by Ky Hollenbeck vs. Andy Ristie as well as Mirko Cro Cop vs. Sergei Kharitonov. We've received numerous reports of Kharitonov being injured and replaced by Jarrell Miller, but nothing is announced just yet so keep that one in your back pocket.

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Last Two Bouts Official for GLORY Last Man Standing

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With two of the bigger fights for GLORY's Last Man Standing tournament already announced it comes as no shock to see the third matchup being Wayne Barrett vs. Bogdan Stoica. Both men have strong ties to their homes with rabid fans and are ready to prove themselves as the best in the world. Stoic is from Romania, best known for his fights in SuperKombat, and Barrett best known in the New York Muay Thai scene, with his win over Joe Schilling last year making headlines.

The fourth matchup is of course Artem Levin vs. Alex Peireira. Artem Levin is, of course, one of the best in the world at this weight class and has been for years. This makes for a big fight for Peireira, but it's hard to count him out, especially after winning the GLORY 14 Middleweight Contender tournament. 

Last Man Standing goes down on June 21st in Los Angeles, directly following GLORY 17 on Spike TV.

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Watch GLORY 17 and Last Man Standing on LK

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It's just nine days away now from GLORY 17 and GLORY Last Man Standing and for those outside of the US who are looking for a way to watch the events live, look no further than here on LiverKick. You'll be able to purchase and watch both events live via the embeds below. GLORY 17 begins at 8pm Eastern time on June 21st while Last Man Standing begins at 10pm Eastern time.

Last Man Standing is available to those in the United States who wish to order it through here instead of through a cable system.

GLORY 17

GLORY Last Man Standing

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GLORY Last Man Standing Tournament Brackets Announced

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Along with the unveil of GLORY's new GLORYPPV.com site came the brackets for GLORY's Last Man Standing Tournament. The tournament pits the eight best Middleweights in the world against each other with the winner emerging as the GLORY Middleweight Champion. Let's have a look at how it breaks down.

Side 1
Artem Levin vs. Alex Peireira
Filip Verlinden vs. Melvin Manhoef
Side 2
Joe Schilling vs. Simon Marcus
Wayne Barrett vs. Bogdan Stoica

So what do you think? It's time to start wondering what the results will be and what further match-ups will arise. Just about any combination of the eight will make for an entertaining fight, though.

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Free Unlocked Video: GLORY 11 Chicago - Rico Verhoeven vs. Daniel Ghita

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Glory World Series has unlocked the video of the four man heavyweight tournament final from October 12th last year, between Rico Verhoeven and Daniel Ghita to get us ready for the rematch. This is one of the highest paced and exciting heavyweight fights I have seen for a long time. After watching this fight multiple times I still have a hard time choosing a winner. Ghita and Verhoeven used to be sparring partners, which explains why they seem to know each other so well and neither of them could land their signature techniques. Ghita is definitely the harder hitting fighter with more knockouts to his name, but his power seemed to fade early on in this fight due to Verhoeven pulling him into his technical and grinding style.

Will Ghita be able to get the knockout this time, or will Verhoeven grind out a 5 round decision, What do you think?

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Check out AFAV's Awesome New Melvin Manhoef Video

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Melvin Manhoef will be one of the eight men entering GLORY's Last Man Standing tournament on June 21st and there has been a lot of hype leading into this tournament, especially for the inclusion for Manhoef. Why? Because Melvin Manhoef hasn't competed at this level in Kickboxing in a while and this is being heralded as his big return to prominence in Kickboxing. 

Our friends at AFAV have put together this incredible video of Melvin Manhoef getting prepared for his fight at GLORY Last Man Standing. GLORY's Last Man Standing is June 21st live on PPV, for more information, check out http://www.gloryppv.com.

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Glory Last Man Standing: Alex "Po Atan" Pereira Hype Video

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Alex Pereira burst on to the kickboxing scene at Glory 14 in Zagreb, Croatia by first knocking out Dustin Jacoby in amazing fashion, then moving on to the finals against Sahak Parparyan and beating him by majority decision. He took the middleweight contender tournament belt back to Brazil and looked very impressive considering this was the first time most of us had seen him.

Now the question is, how will Pereira do with #1 ranked Artem Levin? This will no doubt be the biggest name, probably the best fighter he has ever fought, and tournament favourite. Levin has shown in some of his previous fights that his slippery style with his hands down by his waist can sometimes leave him vulnerable for long straight punches, and this is what Po Atan does best. There is also the factor of Levin looking past Pereira because he has unfinished business with others in the tournament. This would be dangerous for Levin as Pereira has very a long reach, with hard straight punches,if just one lands, it could make for a great night for the Brazilian.

 

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Glory 17 Featherweight Contender Tournament: Shane Oblonsky Hype Video

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Shane Oblonksy will be entering the Glory ring for the first time on June 21st to fight for the the featherweight contender belt. Not only will this be Oblonsky's first time in the Glory ring, but also his first tournament. He is coming into this four man tournament as one of the least experienced with 8 wins and 2 losses as a professional. He did beat Malaipet Sasiprapa who has over 179 fights in March of this year, which shows he can deal with crafty veterans. Oblonsky's first fight will be against the Brazilian Marcus Vinicius. Their professional records are almost identical but Vinicius has been on the Glory stage before against the very dangerous and #1 ranked Mosab Amrani where he lost by decision.

Oblonsky has shown he has big power for this weight class, so aslong as the Californian does not let the pressure of the big stage get to him and does not get too wild, i feel he can give any of Glory's featherweights a great fight.

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Melvin Manhoef Talks Glory Last Man Standing PPV, UFC, Retirement on the MMA Hour

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Six days before his quarter final round fight against Filip Verlinden at the Glory Last Man Standing PPV, the #8 ranked Glory middleweight, Melvin Manhoef, was a guest on the MMA Hour Monday afternoon. 

Over the twelve minute conversation with MMA Hour host, Ariel Helwani, Manhoef discussed the differences between training for kickboxing and for mma, plus possibly cornering Lyoto Machida against Chris Weidman at UFC 175, rematching Robbie Lawler, and whether retirement is in his near or distant plans. 

To listen to the interview, you can watch the MMA Hour at www.mmafighting.com. Manhoef starts at the 1:37:53 mark. 

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