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Rico VERHOEVEN
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Glory 7 Milan – Result

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GLORY 7
Milan


Matchmaking
+
Result

 
 


 
 
(updated 21.04.2013)

MATCH red corner blue corner FIGHTS SYSTEM
WEIGHT CLASS
DISTANCE

1

Italy Italy
THE DOCTOR

Giorgio
Petrosyan

win

Versus
by point
Morocco Morocco
THE HYENA

Hafid
el Boustati

lose

GLORY rules
Lightweight (-70kg/154lbs)
3×3 minute

2

Suriname Suriname
THE PREDATOR

Murthel
Groenhart

lose

Versus
by point
The Netherlands The Netherlands” width=
POKERFACE

Robin
van Roosmalen

win

GLORY rules
Lightweight (-70kg/154lbs)
3×3 minute

3

Belarus Belarus

Yury
Bessmertny

lose

Versus
by point
Georgia Georgia” width=

Davit
Kiria

win

GLORY rules
Lightweight (-70kg/154lbs)
3×3 minute

4

Brasil” width= Brasil

Jhonata
Diniz

lose

Versus
by point
The Netherlands The Netherlands” width=

Rico
Verhoeven

win

GLORY rules
Heavyweight (+95kg/209lbs)
3×3 minute

5

Armenia” width= Armenia

Sahak
Parparyan

lose

Versus
by point / extra round
Russia ”Russia”

Artem
Levin

win

GLORY rules
Middleweight (-85kg /187lbs)
3×3 minute

6

Belgium” width= Belgium

Marat
Grigorian

draw

Versus
technical DRAW
Belarus ”Belarus”

Chingiz
Allazov

draw

GLORY rules
Middleweight (-70kg/154lbs)
3×3 minute
fight stopped due to cut from accidental elbow

7

Belgium” width= Suriname

Sergio
Wielzen

lose

Versus
by point
Thailand ”Thailand”

Kaoponlek
 

win

GLORY rules
Featherweight (-65kg/143lbs)
3×3 minute

8

The Netherlands” width= The Netherlands

Michael
Duut

win

Versus
by point
Australia ”Australia”

Steve
McKinnon

lose

GLORY rules
Light Heavyweight (+95kg/209lbs)
3×3 minute

9

Armenia” width= Armenia

Karapet
Karapetyan

win

Versus
by point
Italy ”Italy”

Roberto
Cocco

lose

GLORY rules
Welterweight (-77kgs/170lbs)
3×3 minute

 
 
 
 
About GLORY:

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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GLORY 7 Milan

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TO AIR IN OVER 861 MILLION HOMES ACROSS
162 COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE
WIDESPREAD TV DISTRIBUTION OF
WORLD-CLASS KICKBOXING EVENT INCLUDES
LIVE TELECAST IN 78 COUNTRIES ON SATURDAY, APRIL 20

 
 


 
 

SINGAPORE (April. 19, 2013) – The highly-anticipated GLORY 7 Milan kickboxing event headlined by a lightweight (70 kilograms/154 pounds) showdown between world No. 1 ranked Giorgio Petrosyan THE DOCTOR (77-1-1, 35 KOs) of Italy and fellow sensation Hafid El Boustati THE HYENA (67-7-3, 19 KOs) of Morocco, tomorrow, Saturday, April 20 will be televised in 861 households across 162 countries across the world.

The collective television distribution figures for the event include a live telecast of the nine-bout fight card from Mediolanum Forum in Milan, Italy in 78 countries.

Amongst GLORY’s television partners that will showcase the event live are PPTV in China, GDTV in China, Esporte in Brazil, Poverkhnqst in the Ukraine, Al Jazeera in The Middle East and North Africa, Mediaset in Italy and The Fight Network in Canada.

We are excited to see the GLORY brand of world-class kickboxing growing aggressively throughout the world and to be able to offer our live event programming to a growing number of avid martial arts fight fans,” said Glory Sports International CEO Andrew Whitaker. “The key to building superstars in a talent-driven business like this is to reach as many television viewers as possible with the product, and GLORY is clearly doing on a greater and greater scale as our fight series progresses.”

GLORY television partners that will offer the telecast on a tape-delayed basis, include CBS Sports Network in the U.S., which will air the event at 1:00 a.m. ET/10:00 p.m. PT on Sunday, April 21 (Same day delay); Eurosport, which is available in 59 countries throughout Europe, FOX Sports in Japan, Sony Six in India and Setanta Africa.

In the lightweight co-main event, Murthel Groenhart THE PREDATOR (53-14-3, 29 KOs) of Suriname will face off with fellow superstar Robin van Roosmalen POKERFACE (28-5, 19 KOs) of The Netherlands.

 
 

Matchmaking GLORY 7 Milan

(updated 19.04.2013)

MATCH red corner blue corner FIGHTS SYSTEM / WEIGHT CLASS
DISTANCE

1

Italy Italy
THE DOCTOR

Giorgio
Petrosyan

Versus Morocco Morocco
THE HYENA

Hafid
el Boustati

GLORY rules / Lightweight
3×3 minute

2

Suriname Suriname
THE PREDATOR

Murthel
Groenhart

Versus The Netherlands The Netherlands” width=
POKERFACE

Robin
van Roosmalen

GLORY rules / Lightweight
3×3 minute

3

Belarus Belarus

Murthel
Groenhart

Versus Georgia Georgia” width=

Davit
Kiria

GLORY rules / Lightweight
3×3 minute

4

Brasil” width= Brasil

Jhonata
Diniz

Versus The Netherlands The Netherlands” width=

Rico
Verhoeven

GLORY rules / Heavyweight
3×3 minute

5

Armenia” width= Armenia

Sahak
Parparyan

Versus Russia ”Russia”

Artem
Levin

GLORY rules / Middleweight
3×3 minute

6

Belgium” width= Belgium

Marat
Grigorian

Versus Belarus ”Belarus”

Chingiz
Alazov

GLORY rules / Middleweight
3×3 minute

7

Belgium” width= Suriname

Sergio
Wielzen

Versus Thailand ”Thailand”

Kaoponlek
 

GLORY rules / Featherweight
3×3 minute

8

The Netherlands” width= The Netherlands

Michael
Duut

Versus Australia ”Australia”

Steve
McKinnon

GLORY rules / Light Heavyweight
3×3 minute

9

Armenia” width= Armenia

Karapet
Karapetyan

Versus Italy ”Italy”

Roberto
Cocco

GLORY rules / Welterweight
3×3 minute

 
 
 
 
About GLORY:

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  
BEN PONTIER PHOTOGRAPHY©
 

 
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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