Glory Kickboxing Schedule
Glory Kickboxing Schedule
Glory 54 (Verhoeven vs Brestovac) June 2nd
Glory 53 Lille (Sitsonpee Nong vs Beztati) May 12th
Glory 52 Los Angeles (Van Roosmalen vs Vannostrand) March 31st, 2018
Glory 51 Rotterdam (Badr vs Hesday) March 3rd, 2018
Glory 50 Chicago February 16th, 2018
Glory 49 Rotterdam December 9th, 2017
Glory 48 New York December 1st, 2017
Glory 47 Lyon October 28th, 2017
Glory 46 China (Rico vs Big Foot) October 14th, 2017
Glory 43 New York June 14th, 2017
Glory 42 Paris June 10th, 2017
Glory 41 Holland May 20th, 2017
Glory 40 Copenhagen April 29th, 2017
GLORY 39 Brussels– March 25th, 2017
GLORY 38 Chicago – February 24th, 2017
Glory Collision (Rico vs Badr) – December 10th – Oberhausen, Germany
Glory 35 (Heavyweight Tournament) – November 5th
Glory 32 Virginia (VanRoosmalen vs Sitsongpeenong) – July 22nd – Norfolk, Virginia
Glory 31 Amsterdam (Adamchuk vs Varga) – June 25th – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Glory 30 Los Angeles (Marcus vs Jacoby) – May 13th – Ontario, California
About Glory Kickboxing:
The world’s premier kickboxing league, GLORY World Series maintains six different weight classes. Fights take place both as single matches between two fighters (known as ‘superfights’) and as part of tournaments.
Four-man tournaments are the standard, with eight-man tournaments also staged on occasion.
The tournaments take one of two forms: either they are World Championship Tournaments, with the division‘s world title on the line, or they are ‘Contender’ tournaments, with the winner earning a spot in the next upcoming World Championship Tournaments.
Fighters are ranked according to a thorough point-system maintained by the GLORY World Federation that awards points to fighters based on their performances in tournaments and in single bouts.
Ranking points allow fighters to climb their division and get into the positions which will gain them title shots and entry to the Contender and/or World Championship Tournaments. Points are gained primarily via participation in single fights which form part the GLORY Superfight Series cards.
GLORY World Series rules permit the use of punches, kicks and knee strikes. Clinching is extremely limited – no more than five seconds, and the clinch must be active – and there are no takedowns and no fighting on the floor.
Live events take place globally and in some of the world’s most prominent cities. London, Los Angeles, New York, Istanbul, Tokyo and Rome are among cities which have hosted GLORY World Series events.
This Glory Kickboxing Schedule will be updated regularly.