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TAYFUN OZAN BALANS GYM 17.05.2014
A-1 WORLD COMBAT CUP
   The Netherlands

MICHAEL VAN DER HEYDEN
THE SCORPION
TEAM SOUWER 17.05.2014
A-1 WORLD COMBAT CUP
   The Netherlands

MELLONY GEUGJES
LIL DEVIL
MIKE´S GYM 22.02.2014
SPORTMANI EVENT V
   The Netherlands

ABDELAZIZ ENNAHACHI FIGHTING TALENT 22.02.2014
SPORTMANI EVENT V
   Gemany

ALEKANDER ALEKSEEV EC-BOXING 14.11.2013
YOAN PABLO HERNANDEZ
vs.
ALEXANDER ALEKSEEV
   The Netherlands

EDSON FORTES BRITO GYM 28.09.2013
A-1 WORLD COMBAT CUP
   The Netherlands

ISMAEL LONDT
MR. PAIN
TEAM FURIOUS 28.09.2013
A-1 WORLD COMBAT CUP
   The Netherlands

SEBASTIAN VAN TIELEN BULLDOGS BELGIUM 28.09.2013
A-1 WORLD COMBAT CUP
   Gemany

DIMA WEIMER
BOXCOP
XITE-FIGHTING 24.08.2013
DAS HEIMSPEIL
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ARXHENT ISMAIJLI
AGENT
FIGHT CLUB WUPPERTAL 29.06.2013
DIE NACHT DER LÖWN
   The Netherlands

ROBBIE HAGEMAN
THE RABBIT
SIAM GYM 11.05.2013
A-1 WORLD COMBAT CUP
   The Netherlands

ISMAEL LAZAAR BUDOKAI TILBURG 11.05.2013
A-1 WORLD COMBAT CUP
   The Netherlands

HATICE ÖZYURT
TURKISK DELIGHT
TEAM GÜNYAR 11.05.2013
A-1 WORLD COMBAT CUP
   The Netherlands

BURAY BOZARYILMAZ TEAM GÜNYAR 11.05.2013
A-1 WORLD COMBAT CUP
   The Netherlands

ANGELO WILKES TEAM GÜNYAR 11.05.2013
A-1 WORLD COMBAT CUP
   The Netherlands

FALDIR CHABARI
FAST
TEAM BEAST
OF THE EAST
13.04.2013
BEAST OF THE EAST
   Belgium

PETER AERTS
THE DUTCH LUMBERJACK
K-1 DOJO AERTS 30.06.2012
IT´S SHOWTIME
EDITION 58
   Belgium

PETER AERTS
THE DUTCH LUMBERJACK
K-1 DOJO AERTS 30.06.2012
IT´S SHOWTIME
EDITION 58
   Belgium

TYRONE SPONG
KING OF THE RING
30.06.2012
IT´S SHOWTIME
EDITION 58
   Belgium

ROBIN VAN ROOSMALEN
POKERFACE
TEAM VAN ROOSMALEN 30.06.2012
IT´S SHOWTIME
EDITION 58
   Belgium

MOUSID GYM 30.06.2012
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WEIGHT CLASS
DISTANCE x TIME

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PHILIPPINES  Philippines

VAUGHN
DONAYRE
THE SPAWN
lose

versus
BY
POINT
Turkey  TURKEY

GOKHAN
TURKYILMAZ
PITTBULL
win

 
MMA
LIGHTWEIGHT
3×5 MIN

 

2

IRAN  Iran

ABBAS
MOLLAMAHDI
IRAN TIGER
lose

versus
BY
POINT
Turkey  TURKEY

ERKAN
VAROL
KAFKAS ARTAL
win

 
KICK BOXING
LIGHTWEIGHT
3×3 MIN

 

3

LITHUANIA  Lithuania

ARNOLD
OBOROTOV
OBOROTOV
lose

versus
BY
POINT
AFTER
EXTRA ROUND
Australia  AUSTRALIA

PETER
GRAAHM
THE CHIEF
win

 
KICK BOXING
SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT
3×3 MIN

4 MAN
TURNAMENT
SEMI FINAL

 

4

IRAN  Iran

HOSSEIN
MOLLAMAHDI
BLACK SCORPION
lose

versus
BY
POINT
New Zealand  NEW ZEALAND

LUKE
JUMEAU
THE JEDI
win

 
MMA
SUPER WELTERWEIGHT
3×5 MIN
 

5

GERMANY  Germany

STEFAN
LEKO
BLITZ
lose

versus
KO
ROUND 1.
Morocco  MOROCCO

BADR
HARI
THE GOLDEN BOY
win

 
KICK BOXING
SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT
3×3 MIN

4 MAN
TURNAMENT
SEMI FINAL

 

6

SERBIA  Serbia

SRDJAN
SELES
SERBIAN PITBULL
lose

versus
BY
POINT
The Netherlands  MOROCCO

BRIAN
DOUWES
THE HIT MAN
win

 
KICK BOXING
SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT
3×3 MIN

 

7

IRAN  Iran

KAMRAN
MOROWATY
NOROVATI
win

versus
BY
POINT
Serbia  SERBIA

DARKO
JEREMIC
THE MACHINE
lose

 
KICK BOXING
SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT
3×3 MIN

 

8

INDIA  India

JAIDEEP
SINGH
SINGH HEART
lose

versus
BY
POINT
The Netherlands  THE NETHERLANDS

FATIH
ULUSOY
THE OTTOMAN
win

 
KICK BOXING
SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT
3×3 MIN

 

9

THE NETHERLANDS  The Netherlands

PETER
AERTS
THE DUTCH
LUMBERJACK

draw

versus

USA  USA

DEWEY
COOPER
BLACK COBRA
 

draw

 
KICK BOXING
SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT
3×3 MIN

 
BREAK 20 MINUTE

10

AUSTRALIA  Australia

PETER
GRAAHM
THE CHIEF
lose

versus
KO
ROUND 1.
Morocco  MOROCCO

BADR
HARI
THE GOLDEN BOY
win

 
KICK BOXING
SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT
3×3 MIN

4 MAN
TURNAMENT
FINAL
200.000 EURO

 





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Eventmaker:  Siam Gym  (No.305)  Bruno Derijcke

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Tickets on sale for GLORY 5 London – Tyrone Spong vs. Remy Bonjasky

Highly-anticipated first meeting of heavyweight icons headlines GLORY’s star-studded, 11-bout UK debut with UK’s best Kickboxers on hand

 
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Tyrone Spong vs. Remy Bonjasky

LONDON, England (Jan. 11, 2013) – Tickets, priced from £45, for the highly-anticipated GLORY 5 London: Spong vs. Bonjasky star-studded kickboxing event, taking place at ExCeL Arena on Saturday, March 23.

Headlined by a heavyweight showdown between superstars Remy Bonjasky (77-15, 40 KO’s) and Tyrone Spong (68-6-1 42 KO’s), the first-ever GLORY show in the UK brings together a host of additional icons for the most stacked kickboxing card ever to grace a British venue.

“When GLORY decided to stage a show in London, we knew we would have to put together a special card for the British capital. Fans have wanted to see a fight between Remy Bonjasky and Tyrone Spong for some time, but the two have never met in the ring – until now,” says Marcus Luer (GLORY CEO).

Bonjasky is an idol to fight fans around the world and Spong has been on a steady rise to the top – he’s a fighter that everybody is talking about right now. They are both incredible athletes with explosive power. Bonjasky’s flying knees and Spong’s hands are capable of stopping a fight in an instant. Don’t blink.”

Known as ‘The Flying Gentleman’, the 1.93 meter/6-foot-3, 108 kilogram/238 pound Bonjasky is a household name among kickboxing fans. His illustrious career has seen him win numerous top honors, including three K-1 Grand Prix championships, but this will be the first time that British fans have the opportunity to see him fight live.

One of the most athletic fighters ever to step into the ring, Bonjasky has provided some of the most enduring images of the sport with his flying knee attacks and wide range of dynamic kicks. Among his career achievements are wins over superstar rivals Badr Hari, Peter Aerts, Alistair Overeem and Jerome LeBanner.

Like Bonjasky, Spong, a native of Amsterdam who recently relocated to Boca Raton, Fla. to train with the famed ‘Blackzilians’ fight squad, is a stellar athlete. The 1.88 meter/6-foot-2, 103.5 kilogram/228 pound Spong started his career as a middleweight and has retained his speed and fluidity while gradually moving up to heavyweight.

With explosive power in his hands, nearly two-thirds of Spong’s wins have been by stoppage, including his June KO of the legendary Aerts, also a three-time winner of the old K-1 Grand Prix tournament series. Prior to moving up to heavyweight, Spong held the light-heavyweight (95 kilograms/210 pounds) title in top European organization It’s Showtime, which GLORY purchased in October 2012.

Jordan Watson (29-5-1, 14 KO’s) and Liam Harrison (67-13-2, 38 KO’s), two of the best kickboxers the UK has ever produced, will both see action on the card. Hailing from the Bad Company gym in Leeds, England, they have fought all over the world and have been among the few foreigners to find success in the fighting rings of Thailand.

Faces Harrison, Mosab Amrani “JAGUAR” (48-7-4, 14 KO’s), a Dutch-Moroccan fighter who combines ferocity with exceptional technicality, in a featherweight bout (65 kilograms/143 pounds). Amrani’s skills will provide the toughest test of Harrison’s career to date. Watson faces an equally tough test in the shape of Australia’s Steve Moxon “STONE COLD” (29-4-1, 16 KO’s), a KO machine with a sky-high finishing ratio, in a lightweight contest in other action on the star-studded, 11-bout GLORY 5 London kickboxing card, all-time great

Albert Kraus (66-16-3, 39 KO’s), winner of the first ever K-1 MAX tournament, will face the sensational Andy Ristie (43-2, 16 KO’s) in a bout that will help determine a top lightweight (70 kilograms/154 pounds) contender.

Light-heavyweight (95 kilograms/209 pounds) Bonjasky protégé Danyo Ilunga (41-4, 34 KOs) will make his UK debut against top French talent and fellow power striker Stephane Susperregui (32-4-1, 27 KOs) in a fight that is very unlikely to go the distance
 
 
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The GLORY World Series is the world’s premier martial arts stand-up fighting league, staging events across the globe and offering up to $1,000,000 in prize money to the winners of 16-man ‘Grand Slam’ tournaments, which are open to only the best fighters in each weight class. The fight series also includes 8-man ‘Slam’ tournaments and events with traditional, single bouts.

 
With television deals spanning every continent, plus a groundbreaking online video streaming system and the world’s largest online martial arts library, GLORY is one of the world’s most widely-broadcast sporting organizations.

 
Owned and operated by Glory Sports International (GSI), the organization has offices in Holland, the UK, Tokyo, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. Its personnel includes a diverse mix of award-winning hedge-fund and private equity investors; principals from pioneering sports marketing agency Total Sport Asia; and senior level executives from several leading sports franchises, including WWE, FIFA, Golden Glory, Champions League and It’s Showtime.
 
 
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HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION SEMMY SCHILT WINS

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HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION SEMMY SCHILT WINS
 
GLORY 4 TOKYO – HEAVYWEIGHT GRAND SLAM
 
STAR-STUDDED, 16-MAN KICKBOXING TOURNAMENT
 
IN TOKYO
 
 


Picture from Ben Pontier  
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TOKYO, Japan (Dec. 31, 2012) – After four fights in one night, two of which he ended by KO, Karate black belt Semmy Schilt (43-6, 20 KOs) of the Netherlands, emerged as the winner of the highly-anticipated GLORY 4 Tokyo – Heavyweight Grand Slam. Schilt, a fan favorite of this star-studded, 16-man, one-night kickboxing tournament, claimed the $400,000 grand prize and secured his position as the world’s No. 1 heavyweight kickboxer.
 
In addition to Schilt, the single-elimination tournament field consisted of numerous other superstars and rising stars, including the likes of legend Peter Aerts (104-31-1, 78 KOs), Remy Bonjasky (78-15, 40 KOs), Gökhan Saki (79-16, 55 KOs), Daniel Ghita
(47-8, 36 KOs) and Jamal Ben Saddik (24-1, 19 KOs). Playing out over 15 fights, the tournament saw 8 bouts end by KO or TKO, resulting in a KO ratio of just under 55 percent.
 
“I’ve won many tournaments, but this is the best ever,” the towering (6-foot-11/2.12 meters) Schilt said afterwards. “It was a hard tournament with some very good fighters and some very hard fights for me and for everyone else. But, all the struggle is worth it to win a competition like this. GLORY is home to the best fighters in the world and I am very proud to be the winner of (the league’s) first-ever Grand Slam tournament.
 
“This was not just a great New Year’s Eve event, it was a great martial arts event,” said GLORY Chairman Pierre Andurand. “I think that the skill and the courage that we saw in the ring tonight is really what the martial arts are all about. Perhaps it’s a bit of cliché seeing as we are in Tokyo, but I really do think we can say that the fighters tonight embodied the samurai spirit which all martial artists aspire to.”
 
The tournament’s ‘Best of Three’ rule, designed to eliminate needless injuries, mandated that any fighter who won the first two rounds of a bout would advance to the next stage without having to fight the third and final scheduled round of the bout.
 
Schilt’s run saw him stop Brice Guidon (28-8, 4 KOs) of France in the first round of the tournament’s first fight via a pair of heavy right hands. He then outclassed hot prospect Rico Verhoeven (37-7-1, 8 KOs) of the Netherlands to take a decision win under the ‘Best of Three’ rule before meeting Gökhan Saki (79-16, 55 KOs) of the Netherlands in the semifinal stage of the tournament.
 
Saki, who had KO’d his opponents in the first round of both his Final 16 and quarterfinal stage matches, respectively, tried to do the same to Schilt but couldn’t overcome Schilt’s significant reach advantage.
 
Saki landed some good shots, but couldn’t get the clean connection he needed in order to seal the deal. The judges declared Schilt the winner under the Best of Three rule and, although Saki bitterly disputed the decision, Schilt advanced to the championship round of the tournament.
 
In the championship matchup, Schilt met Ghita, who had finished his semifinal fight in just 10 seconds by stopping the giant Ben Saddik with a left kick to the solar plexus. As a result, Ghita was well-rested and less hurt that Schilt, who had persevered through a war with Saki. But near the end of a close first round, Schilt threw a perfectly-timed head kick and connected his shin cleanly across the side of Ghita’s head.
 
Ghita went down and struggled to beat the referee’s 10-count. He made it to his feet just in time, but the referee determined that he was unsteady on his feet and that the fight should be stopped for Ghita’s own safety, thereby sending Schilt to the winner’s circle.
 
In the evening’s Superfights, speed and technique reigned supreme. Robin van Roosmalen (38-14-3, 12 KOs), the runner-up in the GLORY 3 Rome ‘Final 8’ lightweight (154 pounds/70 kilograms) eight-man tournament on Nov. 3, was matched with the colorful Japanese character Yuichiro Nagashima (17-6, 12 KOs) and completely dominated him from start to finish.
 
Nagashima had no answer for Van Roosmalen’s forward pressure and awesome power. He showed a lot of heart in refusing to stay down after being knocked down several times and in some instances literally knocked off his feet with low kicks. Nagashima went the distance, but Van Roosmalen walked away the winner by unanimous decision.
 
Toshio Matsumoto (38-10-6, 30 KOs) gave Jason Wilnis “TYSON” (19-1-2) a stiff test in their middleweight (185 pounds/84 kilograms) match. The experienced Matsumoto is known as ‘The Knockout Artist’ and he did his moniker proud, demonstrating slick boxing skills and fluid combinations. The younger and more powerful Wilnis took a while to get into the fight but, once he did, his superior conditioning put him in front— and by the final bell he was dominating on his way to a unanimous decision win.
 
Flyweights Sang Jae Kim of Korea and Mutsuki Ebata (17-1-1) of Japan stole the show with a three-round battle that was non-stop from start to finish. The Japanese fighter was by far the better man but his Korean opponent could not be stopped and refused to lie down. Kim lost a one-sided decision but impressed onlookers with his heart and got a big round of applause from the Japanese arena.
 
Complete GLORY 4 Tokyo – Heavyweight Grand Slam’ result:
 
FINAL
Semmy Schilt def. Daniel Ghita, TKO, R1 (Head Kick)
 
SEMI FINAL
Semmy Schilt def. Gokhan Saki, Dec. R2, ‘Best of Three’ rule
Daniel Ghita def. Jamal Ben Saddik, KO, R1 (Body Kick)
 
QUARTER FINAL
Semmy Schilt def. Rico Verhoeven, Dec. R2, ‘Best of Three’ rule
Gokhan Saki vs. Anderson ‘Braddock’ Silva, KO, R1
Jamal Ben Saddik def. Remy Bonjasky, Dec. R2, ‘Best of Three’ rule
Daniel Ghita def. Mourad Bouzidi by TKO, R2 (Bouzidi dislocated right elbow)
 
Tournament Final 16 Bouts:
Semmy Schilt def. Brice Guidon by KO, R1
Rico Verhoeven def. Sergei Kharitonov, Dec. R2, ‘Best of Three’ rule
Gokhan Saki def. Roaumaru by KO, R1 1:00
Anderson Silva vs. Igor Jurkovic by KO, R1
Remy Bonjasky def. Filip Verlinden by unanimous decision after three rounds
Jamal Ben Saddik def. Errol Zimmerman, Dec. R2, ‘Best of Three’ rule
Mourad Bouzidi def. Peter Aerts by TKO, R1 (Aerts retired before R2 with broken right hand)
Daniel Ghita def. Jhonata Diniz by unanimous decision after three rounds
 
Superfights
Lightweight bout (154 pounds/70 kilograms)
Robin van Roosmalen def. Yuichiro Nagashima by unanimous decision.
 
Flyweight bout
Mutsuki Ebata def. Sang Jae Kim by unanimous decision.
 
Middleweight bout (185 pounds/84 kilograms)
Jason Wilnis def. Toshio Matsumoto by unanimous decision.
 
 
About DREAM:
Japan’s premier MMA organisation, DREAM has staged 23 top-class events in the course of its four-year history. Fighters that have stepped into the DREAM ring include Fedor Emelianenko, Gegard Mousasi, Shinya Aoki, Joachim Hansen, Melvin Manhoef, Tatsuya Kawajiri, Eddie Alvarez, Todd Duffee, Gesias Calvancante, Marius Zaromskis.
 
About GLORY:
The GLORY World Series (www.gloryworldseries.com) is the world’s premier martial arts stand-up fighting league, staging events across the globe and offering up to $1,000,000 in prize money to the winners of 16-man ‘Grand Slam’ tournaments, which are open to only the best fighters in each weight class. The fight series also includes 8-man ‘Slam’ tournaments and events with traditional, single bouts.
 
 
With television deals spanning every continent, online live video streaming of all shows and the world’s largest online martial arts library, GLORY is one of the world’s most widely distributed sporting organizations. Owned and operated by Glory Sports International (GSI), the organization has offices in the UK, Holland, Tokyo, Malaysia, Singapore and soon in the USA. Its personnel include an unprecedented mix of accomplished entrepreneurs and senior level executives from the diverse worlds of finance, sports marketing, television and martial arts fighting.
 
 
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Report and Photos Weigh-in and Press Conference Glory 4 Tokyo

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Press conference photos from Ben Pontier  
BEN PONTIER PHOTOGRAPHY©
 
 


 
 

All sixteen of the world-class heavyweights taking part in GLORY 4 TOKYO – HEAVYWEIGHT GRAND SLAM hit the scales at the official weigh-ins today.
The weigh-ins took place at the Sunroute Plaza Hotel in Tokyo, Japan. The tournament fighters were joined by the eight fighters from the four superfights that are taking place on the card in between the group stages of the tournament.
 
The event is part of a double-header, with the GLORY kickboxing tournament being preceded by the DREAM 18 mixed martial arts event. Both shows are being presented by Glory Sports International, parent company of GLORY, which is committed to continuing the tradition of huge end-of-year shows in Japan. “Its going to be a very long show, nearly eight hours, but I don’t think anyone is going to fall asleep. There is going to be a lot of action,” smiled GLORY chairman Pierre Andurand as he presented the tournament fighters to a packed press conference. “The evening will start with the DREAM mixed martial arts show and then we have the GLORY Grand Slam. We want to revive large-scale shows in Japan.”
 
Heaviest of the tournament fighters was the GLORY Heavyweight Champion and top seed Semmy Schilt ”SEM”. He hit the scales at 130.2 kilos and will outweigh his opening-round opponent Brice Guidon considerably. Guidon, who already has one loss to Schilt from a fight in Moscow earlier this year, weighed in at 102 kilos.
 
The second heaviest fighter was Jamal Ben Saddik, the young Moroccan heavyweight who has already been likened to Schilt thanks to being almost as tall as him. Ben Saddik, the second-youngest fighter in the tournament at 22 years old, weighed in at 128.8 kilos.
 
He faces the hard-hitting Errol Zimmerman “THE BONECRUSHER”, who hit the scales at 114.8 kilos. Zimmerman will be the lighter and shorter man in the fight but he has unbelievable power in his right hand and can KO anybody with one shot.
 
Gokhan Saki “THE REBEL”, the tournament’s number two seed, hit the scales at 103.4 kilos. Possibly the most explosive fighter in the tournament, he faces the Japanese Brawler Raoumaru, who weighed in at a slightly heavier 104.2 kilos.
 
Daniel Ghita is second-favorite to win the tournament according to the odds makers. He tipped the scales at 108 kilos for his opening round match with Brazilian opponent Jhonata Diniz. At 21 years old Diniz is the youngest and least experienced fighter in the tournament but has impressed his coaches at Golden Glory. He hit the scales at 107.8 kilos.
 
Aerial attack artist Remy Bonjasky „THE FLYING GENTLEMAN“ returned to the ring earlier this year after an absence of nearly three years and took a win over the very tough Anderson ’Braddock’ Silva to prove that he still has all his old magic. He weighed in at 110.2 kilos.
 
Facing him is Filip Verlinden, a Belgian heavyweight prospect who has generated a lot of excitement among seasoned observers. Verlinden, who hit the scales at 93.1 kilos, is extremely fast and has very good boxing ability, making for an interesting clash of styles with the high-kicking Bonjasky.
 
Veteran superstar Peter Aerts “THE DUTCH LUMBERJACK” weighed in at 105 kilos for his fight with Mourad Bouzidi, who touched down at 97.5 kilos. An added twist to this fight is that Aerts and Bouzidi are not only good friends but also long-time training partners who know each other’s styles intimately.
 
Russian bear Sergey Kharitonov wandered onto the scales with his customary expressionless calm and produced a readout of 120 kilos. He faces Rico Verhoeven, who weighed in at 115.8 kilos at 23 years old has already faced and beaten many more established and experienced names.
 
Anderson Silva “BRADDOCK”, Brazil’s top heavyweight kickboxer, weighed in at 110.2 kilos and looks to build on the respect he earned for performances against Badr Hari and Remy Bonjasky earlier this year. He faces Igor Jurkovic, 99.8 kilos, a young Croatian heavyweight and sparring partner of the famous Mirko Filipovic “CROCOP”.
 
GLORY 4 TOKYO – HEAVYWEIGHT GRAND SLAM is a one night single-elimination kickboxing competition featuring 16 of the world’s hardest hitting KO artists. It represents an historic moment in the sport of kickboxing, being the first-ever 16-man tournament. The winner has to defeat four opponents in one night to be crowned GLORY World Champion and walk away with $400,000.
 
In the US it will be televised on Monday, Dec. 31, 2012 at 10:00 p.m. EST on CBS Sports Network. In Canada it will air on the Fight Network and in the UK on Premier Sports. In total the show will air in over 200 territories around the world. CBS Sports Network is available across the country through local cable, video and telco providers and via satellite on DirecTV Channel 613 and Dish Network Channel 158. For more information, and to access the CBS Sports Network channel finder, go to www.cbssportsnetwork.com.
 
About GLORY:
The GLORY World Series (www.gloryworldseries.com) is the world’s premier martial arts stand-up fighting league, staging events across the globe and offering up to $1,000,000 in prize money to the winners of 16-man ‘Grand Slam’ tournaments, which are open to only the best fighters in each weight class. The fight series also includes 8-man ‘Slam’ tournaments and events with traditional, single bouts.
 
 
With television deals spanning every continent, online live video streaming of all shows and the world’s largest online martial arts library, GLORY is one of the world’s most widely distributed sporting organizations. Owned and operated by Glory Sports International (GSI), the organization has offices in the UK, Holland, Tokyo, Malaysia, Singapore and soon in the USA. Its personnel include an unprecedented mix of accomplished entrepreneurs and senior level executives from the diverse worlds of finance, sports marketing, television and martial arts fighting.
 
 
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Source:  
Glory World Series
Press relations officer: John O’Regan
Website: Glory World Series / No:37
 
 

GLORY INKS SEVEN NEW STARTS

Glory World Series-news

 
 
Kevin Ross, Stephane Susperregui, Roman Mailov, Max Baumert, Joseph Valtellini, Eddie Walker and Yong Soo Park join the ranks of the world’s top stand-up fighter.
 
 


 
 

Singapore (Dec. 20, 2012) – GLORY announced today that it has signed seven new athletes from six different countries to its ever-growing powerhouse roster of elite stand-up fighters.
 
Four-time Muay Thai champion and flyweight (143 pounds/65 kilograms) sensation Kevin Ross “EL PRESIDENTE” (36-9, 12 KOs) and rising middleweight (187 pounds/85 kilograms) star Eddie Walker “SHOWTIME” (9-1, 7 KOs) of The United States, light-heavyweight KO artist Stephane Susperregui (32-4-1, 27 KOs) of France, surging welterweight Joseph Valtellini “BAZOOKA” (6-1, 6 KOs) of Canada, heavyweight Tae Kwon Do phenom Yong Soo Park (14-7, 8 KOs) of South-Korea, lightweight champion (154 pounds/70 kilograms) Roman Mailov “THUNDER” (23-3, 12 KOs) of The Ukraine and former two-time amateur boxing champion turned lightweight kickboxing champion Max Baumert (17-1, 10 KOs) of Germany have all joined the ranks of the world’s premier martial arts stand-up fighting league.
 
“We are excited about bringing this outstanding collection of highly-accomplished world champions and emerging young stars from diverse martial arts backgrounds and nationalities into the GLORY fold and we are looking forward to seeing them compete on the big stage where they will have the opportunity to take their budding careers to all-new, unprecedented levels,” said GLORY CEO Marcus Luer.
 
The 32-year-old Ross, who fights out of Dublin, Calif. was named Muay Thai North American Fighter of the Year in 2010 and has since been recognized as the face of the sport in The United States. He holds notable victories over decorated Thai champions Malaipet Sasiprapa “THE DIAMOND” and Chunhawat “COKE” as well as American stars Justin Greskiewicz and Chike Lindsay .
 
Despite an advanced skill set and a handful of highlight reel worthy performances in the ring, Walker of Atlanta, Ga., was relatively unknown amongst martial arts fight fans until Oct. 13 when the protégé of six-time world champion Manu N’toh staged an incredible comeback KO victory against hard-hitting fellow American Joe Schilling “STICH EM UP” in Las Vegas, Nev.
 
Walker survived a knockdown at the hands of Schilling in the first round and, another in the second stanza, but weathered the storm and suddenly unleashed a monstrous right hook in close quarters that dropped Schilling for the 10-count at the 2:13 mark of the second round.
 
Mailov is a ferocious 21-year-old battler who is in the midst of a 15-fight win streak after going unbeaten in both 2011 and 2012 while competing mostly in Russia and his native Ukraine. A five-time title holder, Mailov’s last win came on Nov. 8 when he scored a crushing fourth round KO on Armin Pumpanmuang Windy Sport of Thailand with a knee strike to the body during a matchup in Moscow.
 
Susperregui, a 26-year-old, four-time national champion in his native France, made a big mark in the sport in April, winning a one-night, four-man tournament in Geneva, Switzerland. Despite his relatively young career, the heavy-handed Susperregui has had considerable exposure to the international fight scene, facing rivals Steve McKinnon in China and Nathan Corbett in Australia.
 
Universally regarded as the hottest prospect out of Canada, the hard-hitting 27-year-old Valtellini stormed onto the professional fight scene after amassing a perfect 11-0 record as an amateur and has since claimed all six of his wins on the professional circuit by way of KO. A high school teacher by day, Valtellini is a lifelong martial artist who began his training in Tae Kwon Do at age seven, eventually earning his second degree black belt in the discipline before transitioning to Muay Thai.
 
Just 20 years old, Baumert has already made a mark in the martial arts fight world. A veteran of 35 boxing bouts, Baumert has captured stand-up fighting championships on national and continental levels and has competed four times in the last four months, winning each of his bouts by way of unanimous decision.
 
Known for his dangerous, yet graceful kicking skills, the 31-year-old Soo Park is a veteran of the national Korean Tae Kwon Do team who has claimed the Korea National Invitation Tae Kwon Do Championship at heavyweight. Soo Park established his presence on the international fight scene in his professional debut, scoring a first round KO with a low kick on former Japanese sumo wrestler turned professional boxer, Rikijyo, and then taking out Japanese Karate fighter Daisuke Watanabe, also in the first round of their matchup, with a front kick to the face.
 
GLORY matchups for each of the newly-signed competitors will be announced soon. In the meantime, GLORY will hit Saitama Super Arena on Saturday, Dec. 31 with its highly-anticipated ‘GSI presents DREAM 18 and GLORY 4 Tokyo – New Year’s Eve Special’ double-header event that will begin at 4 p.m. JST with a stacked DREAM Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fight card and continue with the GLORY 4 Tokyo – Heavyweight Grand Slam that will be headlined by a one-night, 16-man heavyweight tournament
 
The single-elimination tournament field is loaded with the world’s top heavyweight stand-up fighters, including world No. 1 ranked Semmy Schilt “SEM” (39-6, 18 KOs), Remy Bonjasky “THE FLYING GENTLEMAN“ (77-14, 40 KOs), Peter Aerts “THE DUTCH LUMBERJACK” (104-30-1, 78 KOs), Gokhan Saki “THE REBEL” (77-15, 53 KOs), Daniel Ghita (44-7, 34 KOs), Errol Zimmerman (76-16-1, 41 KOs), Anderson Silva “BRADDOCK” (32-8-1, 22 KOs) and Sergei Kharitonov (22-7, 12 KOs).
 
 
About GLORY:
The GLORY World Series (www.gloryworldseries.com) is the world’s premier martial arts stand-up fighting league, staging events across the globe and offering up to $1,000,000 in prize money to the winners of 16-man ‘Grand Slam’ tournaments, which are open to only the best fighters in each weight class. The fight series also includes 8-man ‘Slam’ tournaments and events with traditional, single bouts.
 
With television deals spanning every continent, plus a groundbreaking online video streaming system and the world’s largest online martial arts library, GLORY is one of the world’s most widely-broadcast sporting organizations.
 
Owned and operated by Glory Sports International (GSI), the organization has offices in Holland, the UK, Tokyo, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. Its personnel includes a diverse mix of award-winning hedge-fund and private equity investors; principals from pioneering sports marketing agency Total Sport Asia; and senior level executives from several leading sports franchises, including WWE, FIFA, Golden Glory, Champions League and It’s Showtime.
 
 
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Quelle:  
Glory World Series
Press relations officer: Mike Afromowitz  press@gloryworldseries.com
Website:Glory World Series / No:37
 
 

IT´S SHOWTIME Edition 57&58 – Peter Aerts vs. Tyron Spong

its-showtime

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
30.06.2012 SATURDAY
BELGIUM / BELGIEN / BRUSSEL
Peter make his retirement fight in the Benelux.
 
FIGHTER LEGION® meet Peter LUMBERJACK Aerts and Tyrone KING OF THE RING Spong
 
 
PICTURE  PART I  PART II
 
 
EVENTMAKER: MUSIC HALL & BFN GROUP PRESENT IT’S SHOWTIME 57 & 58 Simon Rutz
 
 
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WARM UP PETER AERTS I

 
WARM UP TYRONE SPONG

 
WARM UP PETER AERTS II

 
WARM UP MOUSID GYM

 
WARM UP ROBIN VAN ROOSMALEN

 
 
PETER AERTS’ final fight in the Low Countries ended in disappointment as the Dutch heavyweight legend suffered a third round stoppage defeat to Tyrone Spong in Brussels.

Aerts received a fitting standing ovation for his ring walk as the main atttraction on IT’S SHOWTIME editions 57 and 58 – sponsored by Music Hall and BFN Group – at Forest National.

But victory escaped him on a night when IT’S SHOWTIME announced the groundbreaking news they have sold their company to Glory as Spong recovered from a slow start to drop him with a right hook which landed high to the side of the head.

Aerts rose at the count of six but referee Joop Ubeda waved the contest off after deciding the Dutch Lumberjack was not in a fit state to fight on.

“I had the feeling I could continue,” said Aerts after the fight. “It was the last round and there was maybe one minute left.

“I think I was ahead on points at the time, and in the second round I caught him and he was dizzy.

“Of course it’s not the result I wanted, but I asked straight after for a rematch and hopefully it can be arranged.”

Aerts outworked a sluggish Spong in the first round despite being on the back foot for most of it, although the second session was a lot more competitive.

Spong stepped on the gas in the third and landed a right to the chin which froze Aerts on the spot, then delivered the decisive blow after backing him to the ropes near a neutral corner.

Andy Souwer won widely on points to end Chris Ngimbi’s reign as the IT’S SHOWTIME 70kg MAX champion, although one judge bizarrely scored the five-round fight a draw.

Ngimbi held his own in the first round but Souwer held all of the aces after that, proving the more active and diverse of the two with boxing combinations, knees and low and high kicks.

“I think maybe one round was even and I took every other round, even though one judge didn’t agree,” Souwer said.

“But I don’t care about that , I won and never got into problems. It’s another title for my two sons.”

In the night’s other title fight, Danyo Ilunga retained the IT’S SHOWTIME 95kg MAX belt on points after an entertaining battle with Belgian Filip Verlinden.

Verlinden staggered the defending champion with a first round knee but Ilunga recovered quickly, setting a high tempo with his hands.

Tall and rangy, Verlinden kept pitching in and the crowd got right into the action as he clipped Ilunga with a high kick and the pair went toe to toe in a rousing finale.

Heavyweights banged it out in three of the most enthralling fights, with Daniel Ghita thrilling the Belgian audience with a two-round annihilation of Bosnia’s brave Dzevad Poturak.

Poturak came to fight but Ghita showed exactly why many kicboxing fans think he is the best big man in the world right now with a ruthless display of body kicking.

The Romanian dropped Poturak twice in the opening round with sickening rib kicks and put him down for the count with another booming shin to the midsection.

Ghita’s former teammate Mourad Bouzidi scored the most dramatic single-shot finish of the night – a gruesome second round broken nose stoppage of Rustemi Kreshnik.

New father Bouzidi had lost to Kreshnik previously but made amends big time as the Albanian switch hitter ducked into a right knee which not only flattened his nose, but spread it in about five different directions as well.

Much-improved Rico Verhoeven showed his narrow points win in Romania over Hesdy Gerges was no fluke as he floored the former IT’S SHOWTIME super heavyweight champion with a first round right hand on the way to a unanimous points victory.

Gerges suffered a suspected broken right hand at the end of the second round and had to use his left exclusively in the third.

The last time Robin van Roosmalen fought at Forest National he left the arena as the Fast and Furious tournament champion after three dynamic performances.

But he was on on the wrong end of an upset on this occasion as late replacement Hafid El Boustati ripped open his left eye with a second round knee, forcing a stoppage on the ringside doctor’s advice.

Armenia’s Marat Grigorian produced one of the evening’s most dynamic performances as he outscored Moroccan prospect Aziz Kallah.

Kallah had to be respected in the first round as he let fly with jumping knees, but Grigorian kept the pace and pressure high as he raced away after that, leaving Kallah marked up under his left eye.

Surinam’s Andy Ristie is one of the best up and coming fighters in the 70kg division and supplied further evidence of his potential with a first round mugging of Samir Djabba.

Ristie wasted no time in dropping bombs from all angles on the Frenchman and the fight was all over in about a minute.

Other main card results: Sonny Dagraed beat Fatih Ozkan, points; Duoli Chen beat Vahap Ozdemir points; Robbie Hageman beat Mandela Antone, points.
Pre-programme results – Cankurtaranoglu Cenk beat Vincent Gloris, points; Kirk Krouba beat Bertran Bertoni, third round retirement; Thomas Vanneste beat Yassine Bouanan, tko 2; Cedric de Keirsmaecker beat Perego Leftero, tko 2; Jahfarr Wilnis beat Sam Tevette, ko 3.
 
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ON the Glory deal, IT’S SHOWTIME CEO Simon Rutz said: “For many years our companies have been fighting each other, having a war of words.

“War, most of the time, is never good. The war stops now. We have sold our company to Glory.

“The reson why is that I strongly believe that Glory is the future. Glory has all of the elements to be number one in the world fighting business.

“Everybody wants to see the best fighters in the world in one team, and now we have it.

“It wasn’t good that we had two competing organisations – 50% of the fighters fighting here, 50% there.

“Now we have the best fighters and the best promoters in the world, and the best audience.

“What was also important was that we found good investors, and now we have that.

“I understand that some people will be wondering what is going on with all of this news.

“But believe me, this is the biggest step in kickboxing history.

“From this moment on, we will see the best fighters fighting each other and not in competition.

“I’m really proud that we can form what I believe will be the best company in world kickboxing history.”

Bas Boon, president of Glory Sports and Golden Glory, added: “We have the best fighters, period. Glory will set a new standard in the kickboxing world.

“I have to especially thank Pierre Andrade, the chairman of investors for making all of this possible.

“Watch out for some spectacular fights in future.”
 
(SOURCE ADAM STEEL VIA BEN PONTIER)
 
 


 
 
GLORY WORLD SERIES ACQUIRES KICKBOXING COMPETITOR IT’S SHOWTIME
 
June 30th 2012 Brussels Belgium
 
During the its showtime Belgium event the great fights were overshadowed by a huge announcement.
In an emotional speech Simon Rutz called the founder of Golden Glory and president of Glory Sports Bas Boon to the ring.
After years of rivalry Simon announced he sold his company it’s showtime to Glory Sports.
Simon will work together to build Glory sports into the nbr 1 kickboxing brand in the world and said that
this move is the best for the competition in kickboxing in the history of the sport.
 
 
NEWS ON GLORY WORLD SERIES
 
 
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       RESULT OF COMPLETT MATCHMAKING
 
1. Cankurtaranoglu Cenk  WIN by POINT  vs.  Vincent Gloris
       -73KG / B-class / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
2. Bertrand Bertoni  vs.  Kirk Krouba  WIN by GIVE UP
       Heavy Weight / B-class / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
3. Yassine Bousanan  vs.  Thomas Vanneste  WIN by TKO 2. ROUND
       Heavy Weight / B-class / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
4. Nordin Benmoh  WIN by POINT  vs.  Perego Leftero
       -75KG / A-class / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
5. Jahfarr Wilnis  WIN by KO 3. ROUND  vs.  Sem Tevette
       Heavy Weight / A-class / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
       Matchmaking It´s Showtime Edition 57 start at 6 p.m.
 
1. Vahap Özdemir  vs.  Duoli Chen  WIN by POINT
       -77K / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
2. Mandela Antone  vs.  Robbie Hageman  WIN by POINT
       -70KG / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
3. Aziz Kallah  vs.  Marat Grigorian  WIN by POINT
       -73KG / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
4. Rico Verhoeven  WIN by POINT  vs.   Hesdy Gerges FIGHTERHEART
       Heavy Weight / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
5. Mourad Bouzidi  WIN by POINT   vs.  Rustemi Kreshnik
       Heavy Weight / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
       IT´S SHOWTIME WORLD TITEL
6. Andy Souwer SOUWER POWER  WIN by POINT  vs.   Chris Ngimbi THE AFRICAN WARRIOR
       -70KG / K1 / 5×3 minutes
 
       Matchmaking It´s Showtime Edition 58 start at 9 p.m.
1. Samir Djabba  vs.  Andy Ristie THE MACHINE  WIN by KO
       -70KG / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
2. Fatih Ozkan  vs.  Sonny Dagraed  WIN by POINT
       -73KG / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
       IT´S SHOWTIME WORLD TITEL
3. Filip Verlinden  vs.  Danyo Ilunga DIBUBA  WIN by POINT
          -95KG / K1 / 5×3 minutes
 
4. Hafid El BoustatiTHE ROCKE  WIN by MEDICAL STOP CUT  vs.  Robin van Roosmalen POKERFACE
          -70KG / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
5. Dzevad Poturak  vs.  Daniel Ghita THE SAVAGE SAMURAI  WIN by KO 2. ROUND LIVER
       Heavy Weight / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
         Retirement fight in Benelux from Peter Aerts
6. Tyron Spong KING OF THE RING  WIN by TKO 3. ROUND  vs.  Peter Aerts DUTCH LUMBERJACK
          Heavy Weight / K1 / 3×3 minutes
 
 
       Quiz Summary
Number of questions: 3
Number of submissions: 171
Average Points: 2.64
Average Score: 88.11%
 
       Winner
1. Vladimir Ionesco (Italy)
2. André Steffen (Germany)
3. Conny Segers (Belgium)
4. Richard Konu (The Netherlands)
5. Talha Tunc (Germany)
 
 

 
 
Trailer IT´S SHOWTIME EDITION 57&58
 

 
 
The number 1 heavyweight in the world will fight on June 30 in Brussels, Belgium! Also on the fight card: Peter Aerts vs Tyrone Spong, world title fight 70kg between Andy Souwer and champ Chris Ngimbi, world title fight 95kg max between Filip Verlinden and champ Danyo Ilunga and many many more.
 
 
       PRESS RELEASE 20.06.2012
 
In comparison to the fight card we have previously announced for our upcoming event ‚Music Hall & BFN Group present IT’S SHOWTIME 57 & 58‘ on June 30 in Brussels, Belgium, some changes have been made. Most of the dropouts were due to injuries or because fighters didn’t get medical clearance as a result of knockout losses in the past weeks.
 
Jerome Le Banner won’t fight against Rustemi Kreshnik, despite the fact that there was an agreement for this fight, even by Jerome Le Banner himself. However, we have enough of the antics of Team Le Banner and we wish him and his seconds all the best. Rustemi Kreshnik will now face Mourad Bouzidi. Bouzidi defeated Kreshnik by medical intervention in 2010, so Kreshnik gets the change to avenge his loss, with the support of his home crowd.
 
The current number 1 heavyweight in the world, Daniel Ghita, will square off with Dzevad Poturak in Brussels. These fighters have gone to war twice and this rubber match will decide who scores the 2-1 in his favor. Anyone who has seen their two previous fights knows that these were real slugfests.
 
Hafid El Boustati will replace Harut Grigorian. Grigorian didn’t get clearance to fight after his knockout loss in Madrid, May 28. El Boustati is in amazing shape and Robin van Roosmalen will have to bring his A-game to score a victory.
 
There will be 2 IT’S SHOWTIME world title fights on the June 30 card. Filip Verlinden will try to dethrone Danyo Ilunga in the world title fight for the 95kg max belt. Chris Ngimbi will defend his world title in the 70kg max weight division against Andy Souwer.
 
Peter Aerts has been focusing on his fight against Tyrone Spong for the past months. This fight already promises to be a historical fight between the old and the new generation. Despite that this will be the last fight of Peter Aerts in the Benelux, Tyrone Spong will try anything that’s necessary to spoil Aerts’ party.
 
PRESS RELEASE (25.04.2012)
 
Peter Aerts: „I will come to Brussels to knock Spong out“. Nobody missed the fact that Music Hall & BFN Group present IT’S SHOWTIME 57 & 58 will take place on June 30 in Forest National. None other than the living legend PETER „LUMBERJACK“ AERTS will fight his last match for the Benelux fans. Aerts really didn’t want an easy fight for this retirement as he chose TYRONE SPONG.
 
We visited Aerts in his new K1-Aerts-Dojo and asked him about his upcoming fight with TYRONE Spong. Click here to watch the entire interview. Don’t forget to subscribe to our new YouTube channel and make sure you don’t miss a thing!
 
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