Finally, the time is upon us for GLORY’s big, year-end PPV event: Redemption, featuring Rico Verhoeven vs. Jamal Ben Saddik for the GLORY Heavyweight title. The four-fight GLORY: REDEMPTION pay-per-view event begins at 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT and is available for purchase now at UFC.TV for $29.99 or €25. The five-fight card for GLORY 49 SuperFight Series streams live and exclusively on UFC FIGHT PASS at 1:30 p.m. ET / 10:30 a.m. PT. The five-fight card for GLORY 49 Rotterdam will be carried live on ESPN3 at 11 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. PT. Follow us on [read more]
Tomorrow GLORY presents their year-end spectacular in GLORY: Redemption, featuring Rico Verhoeven vs. Jamal Ben Saddik for the GLORY Heavyweight Championship. There’s also GLORY 49 Rotterdam, GLORY 49 SuperFight Series immediately prior. The four-fight GLORY: REDEMPTION pay-per-view event begins tomorrow at 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT and is available for purchase now at UFC.TV for $29.99 or €25. The five-fight card for GLORY 49 SuperFight Series streams live and exclusively tomorrow on UFC FIGHT PASS at 1:30 p.m. ET / 10:30 a.m. PT. The five-fight card for GLORY 49 Rotterdam will be carried live tomorrow on ESPN3 at [read more]
If you follow MMA, this past weekend was one marked by a somewhat unremarkable UFC 218, but most importantly, it featured former K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 champion Alistair Overeem against up-and-coming heavyweight crusher Francis Ngannou. Here we are, just days out, and Alistair Overeem, head cocked back by the force of Ngannou’s uppercut, has become a meme all while Ngannou is set to become the next dominant heavyweight in the UFC that looks unstoppable. If you are asking why this is pertinent to GLORY, the answer is simple: it’s been clear for the past few months that GLORY has [read more]
This weekend at GLORY 49 Rotterdam/GLORY: Redemption, Nieky Holzken returns to action in a hotly-anticipated bout between Alim Nabiyev. The fight, originally scheduled for earlier this year, was pushed back after an injury to Holzken, but GLORY knew it was too good of a fight to tear down, them instead opting to move the fight back. Now this weekend at GLORY 49 Nieky Holzken returns to the ring against Alim Nabiyev, watch him prepare here, as well as his mindset heading into battle.
During last night’s broadcast of GLORY 48, it was announced that GLORY will return to Chicago — this time actually in the heart of Chicago — with GLORY 50. GLORY 50 is slated to be their open of the 2018 season and they are doing it with a bang. The event, which is scheduled for February 16th at the University of Illinois, UIC Pavillion, will be headlined by a GLORY Welterweight Championship bout between newly-crowned champion, Murthel Groenhart, and challenger Harut Grigorian. If that sounds familiar to you, it should be. Remember that? When Harut turned his back to Groenhart, [read more]
Tonight, starting at 7:30pm Eastern, the GLORY 48 SuperFight Series comes at you live on UFC Fight Pass, featuring Tiffany van Soest defending her Super Bantamweight Championship against Anissa Meksen. Starting at 10pm eastern on ESPN3 GLORY 48 brings you a middleweight tournament as well as Kevin VanNostrand competing against Anvar Boynazarov for the GLORY Interim Featherweight Championship. Follow us here on LiverKick for live results and updates. Follow us on Twitter, @LiverKickdotcom, @JayJauncey and @dvewlsh, or, on Facebook. GLORY 48 New York Interim Featherweight Title Headline Bout: Kevin VanNostrand def. Anvar Boynazarov by KO Rd 1 (knee to the liver) [read more]
On Friday, December 1st GLORY will return to New York City with GLORY 48. GLORY 48 is headlined by an Interim Featherweight Championship bout between Anvar Boynazarov and Kevin VanNostrand, while the GLORY SuperFight Series is headlined by the heavily-anticipated bout between challenger Anissa Meksen and GLORY SuperBantamweight Champion Tiffany van Soest. Here’s the official weigh-ins from today.
On the GLORY 48 SuperFight Series GLORY Super Bantamweight Champion Tiffany “Timebomb” Van Soest is set to clash with international kickboxing sensation Anissa Meksen in a highly-anticipated bout. The two women have built themselves up over the years, each with reputations within their own, respective sports: Van Soest in the American muay thai community and Meksen in the European kickboxing scene. This fight is not only a styles clash, but one of culture, as well. Tiffany van Soest has become a force of nature in America, with her muay thai fights gaining her popularity beyond the rather insular muay thai community and into [read more]
GLORY: Redemption happens in December, but that doesn’t mean that it’s too early to get hyped for it. Yesterday in the Netherlands GLORY held a press conference for their big, year-end PPV event and it involved a customary staredown between the two headliners for their GLORY World Heavyweight Championship bout. Things got heated, exacerbated by Ben Saddik apparently spitting on Verhoeven during their staredown and officials needing to keep both men restrained. Of course, Rico, being the consummate professional that he is, was a bit more collected. If you want to check out the full video, you can do so [read more]
GLORY 47 was yet another incredibly-fun show from GLORY in a line of exciting events over the past few weeks. Now, while GLORY takes some time to breathe before GLORY 48 and the blockbuster GLORY Redemption PPV event it’s time to reflect on what was GLORY 47 Lyon.