|Heavyweight (Per 10/13)|
|1.||Semmy Schilt (?)|
|7.||Mirko Cro Cop|
|Light HW (per 10/13)|
|Middleweight (per 11/25)|
|Welterweight (per 10/13)|
|70kg (Per 11/25)|
|2.||Robin van Roosmalen|
|65kg (per 10/6)|
The drama continues between the camps of Glory and K-1, as the narrative being spun by the team from It's Showtime (now Glory) is still holding strong to this day. Today, Remon Daalder, the manager from Black Label Fighters, a brand of It's Showtime and most likely current Glory employee, sent a press release out disclosing that Anderson "Braddock" Silva remains unpaid.
Lega: The following is from Black Label Fighters and is a press release, not representative of anyone's opinions here at LiverKick.
History Repeats: K-1 has not paid Braddock Silva for his fight against Badr Hari
On may 27th Braddock Silva was one of the few fighters that was brave enough to step into the ring against Badr Hari. Braddock accepted the fight because he is eager to show his talent but also because he really needs the money. His family is depended on the money he makes as a fighter. Braddock Silva performed as we all could see really good against Badr. Instead of rewarding this great performance by Braddock, the K-1 had chosen not to pay Braddock his fighting fee.
For this fight Braddocks management agreed for a bout agreement by email. Braddock has done everything that was expected from him but still the K-1 has not done the payment. Braddocks management has received excuse after excuse to block the payment from happening by the k-1. Even after an authorization letter written and signed by Braddock to transfer the money to his management, the K-1 did not do the payment. Even though it was Braddocks management intention to keep the relation between the k-1 positive, they feel now forced to take further actions, so that K-1 pays what they owe and that the whole world knows about the way the K-1 does business. This way Braddocks management hopes they can prevent other fighters from having the same problems with K-1.