2012 in Glory

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2012 in Glory
Information
First dateMay 26, 2012
Last dateDecember 31, 2012
Events
Total events4
Fights
Chronology
2012 in Glory 2013 in Glory

2012 is the first year in the history of the Glory, an international kickboxing event. 2012 starts with Glory 1: Stockholm, and ends with Dream 18 & Glory 4: Tokyo. The events are broadcasts through television agreements with regional channels around the world.

List of events[edit]

# Event title Date Arena Location
1 Glory 1: Stockholm May 26, 2012 Ericsson Globe Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
2 Glory 2: Brussels October 6, 2012 Forest National Belgium Brussels, Belgium
3 Glory 3: Rome November 3, 2012 PalaLottomatica Italy Rome, Italy
4 Dream 18/Glory 4: Tokyo December 31, 2012 Saitama Super Arena Japan Saitama, Japan

Glory 1: Stockholm[edit]

Glory 1: Stockholm
Glory 1 Stockholm poster.jpg
The poster for Glory 1: Stockholm.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateMay 26, 2012
VenueEricsson Globe
CitySweden Stockholm, Sweden
Attendance11,300
Event chronology
Glory 1: Stockholm Glory 2: Brussels

Glory 1: Stockholm was a kickboxing event held on May 26, 2012 at the Ericsson Globe in Stockholm, Sweden.

Background[edit]

This event featured the world title fight for the inaugural Glory Heavyweight championship between Semmy Schilt and Errol Zimmerman as headliner. The event also featured qualification bouts for the Glory 70kg Slam Tournament.

Result[edit]

Glory 1
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Semmy Schilt def. Curaçao Errol Zimmerman TKO (Corner Stopage) 3 2:20 For the inaugural Glory Heavyweight Championship
Heavyweight 120 kg Turkey Gokhan Saki def. United States Carter Williams KO (Punch) 1 1:05
Welterweight 77 kg Netherlands Nieky Holzken def. United States Alex Harris KO (Punch to the Body) 2 2:44
Lightweight 70 kg Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen def. Russia Dzhabar Askerov Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Qualification
Lightweight 70 kg Georgia (country) Davit Kiria def. Thailand Kem Sitsongpeenong Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Qualification
Lightweight 70 kg United States Ky Hollenbeck def. United States Michael Corley TKO (Referee Stopage) 1 0:46 70 kg Slam Qualification
Lightweight 70 kg Sweden Sanny Dahlbeck def. South Africa Warren Stevelmans Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Qualification
Lightweight 70 kg Netherlands Albert Kraus def. Denmark Mohammed El Mir Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Qualification
Lightweight 70 kg Italy Giorgio Petrosyan def. France Fabio Pinca Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Qualification
Lightweight 70 kg England Tim Thomas def. Germany Dennis Schneidmiller Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Qualification
Lightweight 70 kg Albania Shemsi Beqiri def. Japan Yoshihiro Sato Decision (Split) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Qualification
MMA Light Heavyweight 93 kg Sweden Ilir Latifi def. United States Tony Lopez Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00
MMA Light Heavyweight 93 kg Netherlands Jason Jones def. Austria Dritan Barjamaj Submission (Armbar) 1 1:09

[1] [2]

Glory 2: Brussels[edit]

Glory 2: Brussels
Glory 2 Brussels poster.jpg
The poster for Glory 2: Brussels.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateOctober 6, 2012
VenueForest National
CityBelgium Brussels, Belgium
Attendance5,367
Event chronology
Glory 1: Stockholm Glory 2: Brussels Glory 3: Rome

Glory 2: Brussels was a kickboxing event held on October 6, 2012 at the Forest National in Brussels, Belgium.

Background[edit]

This event featured a super fight between Remy Bonjasky and Anderson Silva as headliner, Also this event featured non-tournament super fight series.

Result[edit]

Glory 2
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Heavyweight 120 kg Suriname Remy Bonjasky def. Brazil Anderson Silva Decision (Majority Ext. Round) 4 3:00
Heavyweight 120 kg Turkey Gokhan Saki def. Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight 77 kg Netherlands Nieky Holzken def. Albania Murat Direkci TKO (Cut) 2 2:49
Heavyweight 120 kg Belgium Filip Verlinden def. Brazil Fabiano Cyclone Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight 77 kg Suriname Murthel Groenhart def. Belgium Marc de Bonte KO (Knee) 2 0:50
Heavyweight 120 kg Croatia Igor Jurkovic def. France Gregory Tony TKO (3 Knockdowns/Liver Shot) 2 2:30
Heavyweight 120 kg Japan Koichi Pettas def. United States Mark Miller KO (Punch) 2 0:41
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Jhonata Diniz def. Belgium Sebastian van Thielen Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Jahfarr Wilnis def. Belgium Jamal Ben Saddik Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Armenia Marat Grigorian def. Germany Alex Vogel TKO (Low Kick) 2 2:45
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Democratic Republic of the Congo Danyo Ilunga def. Turkey Ali Cenik Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00

Welterweight 76 kg

Lightweight 70 kg Suriname Andy Ristie def. Morocco Nordin Benmoh KO (Punch) 1 2:31
MMA Welterweight 70 kg Belgium Tommy Depret def. Japan Yuya Shirai TKO (punches) 3
MMA Light Heavyweight 93 kg Netherlands Jason Jones def. Japan Tatsuya Mizuno Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00

[3] [4]

Glory 3: Rome[edit]

Glory 3: Rome
Glory 3 Rome poster.jpg
The poster for Glory 3: Rome.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateNovember 3, 2012
VenuePalaLottomatica
CityItaly Rome, Italy
Attendance7,483
Event chronology
Glory 2: Brussels Glory 3: Rome Dream 18/Glory 4: Tokyo

Glory 3: Rome was a kickboxing event held on November 3, 2012 at the PalaLottomatica in Rome, Italy.

Background[edit]

This event featured the Glory 70kg Slam Tournament final 8 Quarter Finals, Semifinals and Final. Albert Kraus withdrew from the tournament due to the flu and was replaced by Yoshihiro Sato.

Result[edit]

Glory 3
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Lightweight 70 kg Italy Giorgio Petrosyan def. Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Final
Lightweight 70 kg England Jordan Watson def. Morocco Mustapha Haida Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen def. Sweden Sanny Dahlbeck TKO (Punch to the Body) 3 0:46 70 kg Slam Semi-Finals
Lightweight 70 kg Italy Giorgio Petrosyan def. Georgia (country) Davit Kiria Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Semi-Finals
Lightweight 70 kg Belgium Alka Matewa def. Italy Marco Re Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Sweden Sanny Dahlbeck def. Japan Yoshihiro Sato TKO (Knee to the Body) 2 2:56 70 kg Slam Quarter-Finals
Lightweight 70 kg Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen def. England Tim Thomas TKO (Ref Stoppage) 2 2:27 70 kg Slam Quarter-Finals
Lightweight 70 kg Georgia (country) Davit Kiria def. Albania Shemsi Beqiri Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Quarter-Finals
Lightweight 70 kg Italy Giorgio Petrosyan def. United States Ky Hollenbeck TKO (Injury) 2 0:30 70 kg Slam Quarter-Finals
Lightweight 70 kg Italy Alessandro Campagna def. France Fabio Pinca Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Reserve Fight
Lightweight 70 kg South Africa Warren Stevelmans def. Russia Dzhabar Askerov Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 70 kg Slam Reserve Fight
MMA Lightweight 70 kg Brazil Cesario di Domenico def. Italy David Dolce Submission (Rear Naked Choke) 1 1:08
MMA Lightweight 70 kg Switzerland Ivan Musardo def. Italy Giorgio Belsanti Submission (Rear Naked Choke) 1 3:00

[5] [6]

70kg Slam Tournament bracket[edit]

First 16
Glory 1: Stockholm
Quarter Finals
Glory 3: Rome
Semi Finals
Glory 3: Rome
Final
Glory 3: Rome
Italy Giorgio Petrosyan DEC  
France Fabio Pinca 3-0     Italy Giorgio Petrosyan TKO  
United States Ky Hollenbeck TKO     United States Ky Hollenbeck R2.  
United States Michael Corley R1.       Italy Giorgio Petrosyan DEC  
Switzerland Shemsi Beqiri DEC       Georgia (country) Davit Kiria 3-0  
Japan Yoshihiro Sato 2-1     Switzerland Shemsi Beqiri 3-0  
Georgia (country) Davit Kiria DEC     Georgia (country) Davit Kiria DEC  
Thailand Kem Sitsongpeenong 3-0       Italy Giorgio Petrosyan DEC
Russia Dzhabar Askerov 3-0       Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen 3-0
Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen DEC     Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen TKO  
United Kingdom Tim Thomas DEC     United Kingdom Tim Thomas R2.  
Germany Dennis Schneidmiller 3-0       Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen TKO  
Netherlands Albert Kraus DEC       Sweden Sanny Dahlbeck R3.  
Denmark Mohammed El Mir 3-0     Japan Yoshihiro Sato1 R2.      
Sweden Sanny Dahlbeck DEC     Sweden Sanny Dahlbeck TKO      
South Africa Warren Stevelmans 3-0  

1 Albert Kraus withdrew from the tournament due to the flu and was replaced by Yoshihiro Sato.[7]

Dream 18/Glory 4: Tokyo[edit]

Dream 18/Glory 4: Tokyo
Dream 18 & Glory 4 Tokyo poster.jpg
DateDecember 31, 2012
CityJapan Saitama, Japan
VenueSaitama Super Arena
Attendance10,651
Dream event chronology
← Previous
Fight For Japan: Genki Desu Ka Omisoka 2011
Next →
Glory event chronology
← Previous
Glory 3: Rome
Next →
Glory 5: London

GLORY Sports International presents Dream 18 & Glory 4 Tokyo ~ Special 2012 ~ New Year's Eve was a mixed martial arts and kickboxing hybrid event held on December 31, 2012 at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.[8][9]

Background[edit]

ONE Fighting Championship partnered with Glory Sports International for this event.[10]

The GLORY kickboxing event featured a one-night, single-elimination 16-man Glory Heavyweight Grand Slam Tournament. The winner brought home a $400,000 first-place prize and the runner-up a $100,000 second-place prize.[11] Semmy Schilt, the number one seed, defeated Daniel Ghiță, the number three seed, in the first round via knockout to win the tournament.[12]

Result[edit]

Glory 4
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Semmy Schilt def. Romania Daniel Ghiță TKO (Head Kick) 1 2:54 Heavyweight Grand Slam Final
Lightweight 70 kg Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen def. Japan Yuichiro Nagashima Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Strawweight 53 kg Japan Mutsuki Ebata def. South Korea Sang-Jae Kim Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Heavyweight 120 kg Romania Daniel Ghiță def. Belgium Jamal Ben Saddik KO (Liver Kick) 1 0:25 Heavyweight Grand Slam Semi-Finals
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Semmy Schilt def. Turkey Gökhan Saki Decision (Unanimous) 2 3:00 Heavyweight Grand Slam Semi-Finals
Middleweight 85 kg Netherlands Jason Wilnis def. Japan Toshio Matsumoto Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Heavyweight 120 kg Romania Daniel Ghiță def. Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi TKO (Arm Injury) 2 1:37 Heavyweight Grand Slam Quarter-Finals
Heavyweight 120 kg Belgium Jamal Ben Saddik def. Suriname Remy Bonjasky Decision (Unanimous) 2 3:00 Heavyweight Grand Slam Quarter-Finals
Heavyweight 120 kg Turkey Gökhan Saki def. Brazil Anderson Silva TKO (Left Hook) 1 3:00 Heavyweight Grand Slam Quarter-Finals
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Semmy Schilt def. Netherlands Rico Verhoeven Decision (Unanimous) 2 3:00 Heavyweight Grand Slam Quarter-Finals
Heavyweight 120 kg Romania Daniel Ghiță def. Brazil Jhonata Diniz Decision (Unanimous Extra Round) 3 3:00 Heavyweight Grand Slam Opening Round
Heavyweight 120 kg Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi def. Netherlands Peter Aerts TKO (Hand Injury) 1 3:00 Heavyweight Grand Slam Opening Round
Heavyweight 120 kg Belgium Jamal Ben Saddik def. Curaçao Errol Zimmerman Decision (Unanimous) 2 3:00 Heavyweight Grand Slam Opening Round
Heavyweight 120 kg Suriname Remy Bonjasky def. Belgium Filip Verlinden Decision (Split Extra Round) 3 3:00 Heavyweight Grand Slam Opening Round
Heavyweight 120 kg Brazil Anderson Silva def. Croatia Igor Jurković TKO (2 Knockdowns) 1 Heavyweight Grand Slam Opening Round
Heavyweight 120 kg Turkey Gökhan Saki def. Japan Raoumaru TKO (2 Knockdowns) 1 2:06 Heavyweight Grand Slam Opening Round
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Rico Verhoeven def. Russia Sergei Kharitonov Decision (Unanimous) 2 3:00 Heavyweight Grand Slam Opening Round
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Semmy Schilt def. France Brice Guidon TKO (2 Knockdowns) 2 1:53 Heavyweight Grand Slam Opening Round
Heavyweight 120 kg France Jérôme Le Banner def. Japan Koichi Pettas KO (Punch) 3 2:48
Dream 18
Featherweight 66 kg Japan Tatsuya Kawajiri def. Japan Michihiro Omigawa Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00
Featherweight 66 kg Armenia Georgi Karakhanyan def. Japan Hiroyuki Takaya Decision (Split) 3 5:00
Lightweight 70 kg Japan Shinya Aoki def. United States Antonio McKee Submission (Punch) 2 0:24
Bantamweight 61 kg Brazil Bibiano Fernandes def. Japan Yoshiro Maeda Submission (Triangle Choke) 1 1:46
Middleweight 84 kg Suriname Melvin Manhoef def. Canada Denis Kang TKO (Knee to the body and Punches) 1 0:50
Welterweight 77 kg Japan Hayato Sakurai def. United States Phil Baroni Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00
Women's Featherweight 66 kg Netherlands Marloes Coenen def. Australia Fiona Muxlow Submission (Armbar) 1 2:29
Lightweight 70 kg United States Will Brooks def. Japan Satoru Kitaoka TKO (Punches) 2 3:46

[13]

Glory Heavyweight Grand Slam Tournament bracket[edit]

First 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
Netherlands Semmy Schilt (1) KO  
France Brice Guidon R2.     Netherlands Semmy Schilt DEC  
Russia Sergei Kharitonov (8) 3-0     Netherlands Rico Verhoeven 3-0  
Netherlands Rico Verhoeven DEC       Netherlands Semmy Schilt DEC  
Turkey Gökhan Saki (2) KO       Turkey Gökhan Saki 3-0  
Japan Raoumaru R1.     Turkey Gökhan Saki TKO  
Brazil Anderson Silva (7) TKO     Brazil Anderson Silva R1.  
Croatia Igor Jurković R1.       Netherlands Semmy Schilt TKO
Netherlands Remy Bonjasky (4) DEC       Romania Daniel Ghiță R1.
Belgium Filip Verlinden 2-1     Netherlands Remy Bonjasky 3-0  
Curaçao Errol Zimmerman (6) 3-0     Morocco Jamal Ben Saddik DEC  
Morocco Jamal Ben Saddik DEC       Morocco Jamal Ben Saddik R1.  
Netherlands Peter Aerts (5) R2.       Romania Daniel Ghiță KO  
Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi TKO     Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi R2.      
Romania Daniel Ghiță (3) DEC     Romania Daniel Ghiță TKO      
Brazil Jhonata Diniz 3-0  

International broadcasting[edit]

Country Broadcaster
Brazil Brazil BandSports
Canada Canada Fight Network
Croatia Croatia Fight Channel
Japan Japan TBS
Poland Poland Orange Sport
Romania Romania Sport.ro
Russia Russia Rossiya 2
United Kingdom United Kingdom Premier Sports
United States United States CBS Sports

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Results for Glory World Series May 26th, in Stockholm Sweden". © Muay Thaimes 2011. Retrieved 2013-11-26.
  3. ^ "Glory 2 Brussels". Glory. Retrieved 2013-11-26.
  4. ^ "Weekly Kicks: Glory 2 Brussels results and analysis plus more". © 2013 Vox Media, Inc. Retrieved 2013-11-26.
  5. ^ "Glory 3 Rome". Glory. Retrieved 2013-11-26.
  6. ^ "Georgio Petrosyan Wins GLORY's Rome 3 "Final 8" Tourney". © 2013 Full Contact Fighter. Retrieved 2013-11-26.
  7. ^ Kraus Out With Flu, Yoshihiro Sato in Glory Final 8 Tournament
  8. ^ "GLORY Sports International presents DREAM.18 and GLORY 4 Tokyo in a mega New Year's Eve Special". GloryWorldSeries.com. Retrieved 2012-11-09.
  9. ^ "GSI presents DREAM.18&GLARY 4 ~大晦日 SPECIAL 2012~". dreamofficial.com. Retrieved 2012-12-06.
  10. ^ "One FC Partners with Glory Sports International; Aoki, Fernandes Likely for NYE in Japan". Sherdog.com. 2012-11-28.
  11. ^ "DREAM and GLORY team up for combined New Year's Eve show in Japan". MMAJunkie.com. 2012-11-21.
  12. ^ "DREAM 18: Special 2012 & GLORY 4: Tokyo NYE Recap". angrymarks.com. Retrieved 2012-12-31.
  13. ^ "Glory 4 Tokyo". Glory. Retrieved 2015-02-21.