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2015 in Glory
Information
First date February 6
Last date December 4
Events
Total events 9
Fights
Chronology

2014 in Glory 2015 in Glory 2016 in Glory

The year 2015 is the 4th year in the history of the Glory, an international kickboxing promotion. 2015 starts with Glory 19: Virginia, and ends with Glory 26: Amsterdam. The events are broadcasts through television agreements with Spike TV and other regional channels around the world.

List of events[edit]

# Event Title Date Arena Location
1 Glory 19: Virginia February 6, 2015 Hampton Coliseum United States Hampton, Virginia, USA
2 Glory 20: Dubai April 3, 2015 Dubai World Trade Centre United Arab Emirates Dubai, UAE
3 Glory 21: San Diego May 8, 2015 Valley View Casino Center United States San Diego, California, USA
4 Glory 22: Lille June 5, 2015 Stade Pierre-Mauroy France Lille, France
5 Glory 23: Las Vegas August 3, 2015 Hard Rock Hotel and Casino United States Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
6 Bellator/Glory: Dynamite 1 September 19, 2015 SAP Center United States San Jose, California, USA
7 Glory 24: Denver October 9, 2015 Magness Arena United States Denver, Colorado, USA
8 Glory 25: Milan November 6, 2015 PalaIper Italy Milan, Italy
9 Glory 26: Amsterdam December 4, 2015 Amsterdam RAI Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands

Glory 19: Virginia[edit]

Glory 19: Virginia
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The poster for Glory 19: Virginia.
Information
Promotion Glory
Date February 6, 2015
Venue Hampton Coliseum
City United States Hampton, Virginia, USA
Attendance 6,000
Event chronology

Glory 18: Oklahoma Glory 19: Virginia Glory 20: Dubai

Glory 19: Virginia was a kickboxing event held on February 6, 2015 at the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia, USA.[1][2]

Background[edit]

The event was originally announced and scheduled to be held on December 19, 2014. However, in late November 2014, the promotion announced it would be delayed until February 2015.[3]

This event featured world title fight for the Glory Heavyweight Championship of Rico Verhoeven vs. Errol Zimmerman as headliner and middleweight fight of Joe Schilling vs. Robert Thomas as co-headliner. Also this event featured 4-Man Welterweight Contender Tournament to earn a title shot for the Glory Welterweight Championship.[4]

Glory 19 had average of 542,000 and peak of 825,000 viewers on Spike TV.[5]

Results[edit]

Glory 19: Virginia
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Rico Verhoeven (c) def. Curaçao Errol Zimmerman TKO (knee injury) 2 2:17 For the Glory Heavyweight Championship
Welterweight 77 kg Netherlands Nieky Holzken def. United States Raymond Daniels TKO (punches) 3 1:25 Welterweight Contender Tournament Final
Middleweight 85 kg United States Joe Schilling def. Canada Robert Thomas Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States Cedric Smith def. United States James Hurley TKO 2 0:56
Welterweight 77 kg Netherlands Nieky Holzken def. Russia Alexander Stetsurenko 1 Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 Welterweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Welterweight 77 kg United States Raymond Daniels def. Brazil Jonatan Oliveira TKO (referee stoppage) 2 2:15 Welterweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Superfight Series
Lightweight 70 kg Suriname Andy Ristie def. Australia Steve Moxon TKO (referee stoppage) 1 2:43
Heavyweight 120 kg United States Xavier Vigney def. United States Everett Sims TKO 1 1:44
Lightweight 70 kg Canada Josh Jauncey def. Germany Max Baumert TKO (doctor stoppage) 3 0:37
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States Brian Collette def. United States Myron Dennis Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight 77 kg United States Francois Ambang def. United States Stephen Richards KO 2 2:14

[6]
1 Artur Kyshenko was replaced with Murthel Groenhart, and later Alexander Stetsurenko.

2015 Glory Welterweight Contender Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
United States Raymond Daniels TKO
Brazil Jonatan Oliveira 2R.
United States Raymond Daniels 3R.
Netherlands Nieky Holzken TKO
Netherlands Nieky Holzken DEC
Russia Alexander Stetsurenko 3-0

Glory 20: Dubai[edit]

Glory 20: Dubai
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The poster for Glory 20: Dubai.
Information
Promotion Glory
Date April 3, 2015
Venue Dubai World Trade Centre
City United Arab Emirates Dubai, UAE
Attendance 2,125
Event chronology

Glory 19: Virginia Glory 20: Dubai Glory 21: San Diego

Glory 20: Dubai was a kickboxing event held in April 3, 2015 at the Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, UAE.

Background[edit]

This event featured two world title fights for the Glory Lightweight Championship of Robin van Roosmalen vs. Andy Ristie as headliner and inaugural Glory Featherweight Championship of Gabriel Varga vs. Mosab Amrani as co-headliner. Also this event featured 4-Man Middleweight Contender Tournament to earn a title shot for the Glory Middleweight Championship.[7]

Glory 20 had average of 359,000 viewers on Spike TV.[8]

Results[edit]

Glory 20: Dubai
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Lightweight 70 kg Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen (c) def. Suriname Andy Ristie Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 For the Glory Lightweight Championship
Middleweight 85 kg Canada Simon Marcus def. Netherlands Jason Wilnis Decision (split) 3 3:00 Middleweight Contender Tournament Final
Featherweight 65 kg Canada Gabriel Varga def. Morocco Mosab Amrani Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 For the Glory Featherweight Championship
Middleweight 85 kg Netherlands Jason Wilnis def. Brazil Alex Pereira Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 Middleweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Middleweight 85 kg Canada Simon Marcus def. United States Wayne Barrett Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 Middleweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Superfight Series
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Brazil Saulo Cavalari 1 def. Russia Artem Vakhitov Decision (split) 3 3:00
Heavyweight 120 kg Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi def. United States Dustin Jacoby 2 Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Heavyweight 85 kg England Chi Lewis Parry def. South Korea Yong Soo Park KO 1 0:25
Middleweight 85 kg Morocco Samir Boukhidous def. Russia Mikhail Chalykh TKO 1 2:00
Welterweight 77 kg England Chad Sugden def. Turkey Atakan Arslan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Russia Anatoly Moiseev def. Germany Max Baumert 3 KO 1 0:38

[9] [10]
1 Andrei Stoica was replaced with Saulo Cavalari.[11]
2 Pat Barry was replaced with Dustin Jacoby.
3 Elias El Rayess was replaced with Max Baumert.

2015 Glory Middleweight Contender Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
Canada Simon Marcus DEC
United States Wayne Barrett 3-0
Canada Simon Marcus DEC
Netherlands Jason Wilnis 2-1
Netherlands Jason Wilnis DEC
Brazil Alex Pereira 3-0

Glory 21: San Diego[edit]

Glory 21: San Diego
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The poster for Glory 21: San Diego.
Information
Promotion Glory
Date May 8, 2015
Venue Valley View Casino Center
City United States San Diego, California, USA
Attendance 2,954
Event chronology

Glory 20: Dubai Glory 21: San Diego Glory 22: Lille

Glory 21: San Diego was a kickboxing event held on May 8, 2015 at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California, USA.

Background[edit]

This event featured world title fight for the Glory Middleweight Championship of Artem Levin vs. Simon Marcus as headliner. Also this event featured 4-Man Heavyweight Qualification Tournament which will grant the winner entry into the Glory Heavyweight Contender Tournament to be held later.[12]

Glory 21 had average of 488,000 and peak of 797,000 viewers on Spike TV.[13]

Results[edit]

Glory 21: San Diego
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Middleweight 85 kg Russia Artem Levin (c) draw Canada Simon Marcus Decision (majority) 5 3:00 For the Glory Middleweight Championship
Heavyweight 120 kg United States Xavier Vigney def. United Kingdom Chi Lewis Parry KO 2 1:50 Heavyweight Qualification Tournament Final
Welterweight 77 kg United States Raymond Daniels def. United States Justin Baesman KO 1 0:51
Heavyweight 120 kg United Kingdom Chi Lewis Parry def. United States Demoreo Dennis KO 1 1:40 Heavyweight Qualification Tournament Semi-Finals
Heavyweight 120 kg United States Xavier Vigney def. United States Maurice Jackson KO 1 1:32 Heavyweight Qualification Tournament Semi-Finals
Superfight Series
Middleweight 85 kg United States Mike Lemaire def. United States Casey Greene Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Georgia (country) Giga Chikadze def. Canada Ken Tran KO 3 2:19
Heavyweight 120 kg United States Maurice Greene def. United States Ashley Epps KO 1 2:12
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States Manny Mancha def. United States Andre Walker KO 3 0:19
Welterweight 77 kg United States Omari Boyd def. United States Chris Carradus Decision (majority) 3 3:00

[14]

2015 Glory Heavyweight Qualification Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
United States Xavier Vigney KO
United States Maurice Jackson 1R.
United States Xavier Vigney KO
United Kingdom Chi Lewis Parry 2R.
United States Demoreo Dennis 1R.
United Kingdom Chi Lewis Parry KO

Glory 22: Lille[edit]

Glory 22: Lille
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The poster for Glory 22: Lille.
Information
Promotion Glory
Date June 5, 2015
Venue Stade Pierre-Mauroy
City France Lille, France
Attendance 5,000
Event chronology

Glory 21: San Diego Glory 22: Lille Glory 23: Las Vegas

Glory 22: Lille was a kickboxing event held on June 5, 2015 at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille, France.[15]

Background[edit]

This event featured world title fight for the Glory Heavyweight Championship of Rico Verhoeven vs. Benjamin Adegbuyi as headliner and light heavyweight fight of Zack Mwekassa vs. Carlos Brooks. Also this event featured 4-Man Lightweight Contender Tournament to earn a title shot for the Glory Lightweight Championship.[15]

Glory 22, started airing at 16:00 ET on Friday in the United States, had average of 152,000 on Spike TV.[16]

Results[edit]

Glory 22: Lille
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Rico Verhoeven (c) def. Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 For the Glory Heavyweight Championship
Lightweight 70 kg Thailand Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong def. Canada Josh Jauncey Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 Lightweight Contender Tournament Final
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Democratic Republic of the Congo Zack Mwekassa def. United States Carlos Brooks KO 1 1:58
Lightweight 70 kg Canada Josh Jauncey def. France Djimè Coulibaly1 TKO 3 2:59 Lightweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Lightweight 70 kg Thailand Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong def. Georgia (country) Davit Kiria KO 2 2:09 Lightweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Superfight Series
Heavyweight 120 kg Morocco Jamal Ben Saddik def. Belgium Mamoudou Keta2 KO 1 1:59
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi def. Belgium Filip Verlinden Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight 77 kg Switzerland Yoann Kongolo def. France Cédric Doumbé3 Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Ukraine Serhiy Adamchuk4 def. Armenia Marat Grigorian Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Featherweight 65 kg United States Shane Oblonsky def. France Thomas Adamandopoulos Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00

[17]
1 Niclas Larsen was replaced with Crice Boussoukou, and later Djimè Coulibaly.
2 Freddy Kemayo was replaced with Mamoudou Keta.
3 Karim Ghajji was replaced with Cédric Doumbé.
4 Djimè Coulibaly was replace with Serhiy Adamchuk.

2015 Glory Lightweight Contender Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
Georgia (country) Davit Kiria 2R.
Thailand Sitthichai KO
Thailand Sitthichai DEC
Canada Josh Jauncey 3-0
Canada Josh Jauncey TKO
France Djimè Coulibaly 3R.

Glory 23: Las Vegas[edit]

Glory 23: Las Vegas
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The poster for Glory 23: Las Vegas.
Information
Promotion Glory
Date August 7, 2015
Venue Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
City United States Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Attendance 1,800
Event chronology

Glory 22: Lille Glory 23: Las Vegas Bellator/Glory: Dynamite 1

Glory 23: Las Vegas was a kickboxing event held on August 7, 2015 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Background[edit]

This event featured world title fight for the vacant Glory Welterweight Championship of Nieky Holzken vs. Raymond Daniels as headliner. Also this event featured 4-Man Middleweight Qualification Tournament for a chance to win a spot in the Glory Middleweight Contender Tournament to be held later.[18]

Glory 23 had average of 295,000 viewers on Spike TV.[19]

Results[edit]

Glory 23: Las Vegas
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Welterweight 77 kg Netherlands Nieky Holzken def. United States Raymond Daniels TKO (cut) 3 1:36 For the vacant Glory Welterweight Championship
Middleweight 85 kg United States Dustin Jacoby def. United States Casey Greene TKO (punches) 2 1:19 Middleweight Qualification Tournament Final
Heavyweight 120 kg United States Xavier Vigney def. United Kingdom Daniel Sam Decision (split) 3 3:00
Middleweight 85 kg United States Casey Greene def. United States Quinton O'Brien Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 Middleweight Qualification Tournament Semi-Finals
Middleweight 85 kg United States Dustin Jacoby def. United States Ariel Sepulveda KO (punches) 1 2:59 Middleweight Qualification Tournament Semi-Finals
Superfight Series
Heavyweight 120 kg Morocco Jamal Ben Saddik def. Brazil Anderson Silva TKO 3 2:55
Middleweight 85 kg United States Matt Baker def. United States Edward Hyman Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight 77 kg United Kingdom Chad Sugden def. Netherlands Murthel Groenhart Decision (split) 3 3:00
Featherweight 65 kg Uzbekistan Anvar Boynazarov def. Georgia (country) Giga Chikadze Decision (split) 3 3:00

[20]

2015 Glory Middleweight Qualification Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
United States Dustin Jacoby KO
United States Ariel Sepulveda 1R.
United States Dustin Jacoby TKO
United States Casey Greene 2R.
United States Casey Greene DEC
United States Quinton O'Brien 3-0

Bellator/Glory: Dynamite 1[edit]

Bellator/Glory: Dynamite 1
Information
Promotion Bellator MMA & Glory
Date September 19, 2015
Venue SAP Center
City San Jose, California, USA

Results[edit]

Dynamite 1
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
MMA Light Heavyweight 93 kg England Liam McGeary (c) def. United States Tito Ortiz Submission (Inverted Triangle Choke) 1 4:41 For the Bellator Light Heavyweight Championship.
MMA Light Heavyweight 93 kg United States Phil Davis def. France Francis Carmont KO (Punches) 1 2:15 Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament Final
KB Light Heavyweight 95 kg Brazil Saulo Cavalari def. Democratic Republic of the Congo Zack Mwekassa Decision (Majority) 5 3:00 For the vacant Glory Light Heavyweight Championship
MMA Lightweight 70 kg United States Josh Thomson def. United States Mike Bronzoulis Submission (Arm Triangle Choke) 3 0:39
KB Catchweight 79 kg England Paul Daley def. United States Fernando Gonzalez Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
KB Women's 57 kg United States Keri Anne Taylor-Melendez def. United States Hadley Griffith Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
MMA Light Heavyweight 93 kg United States Phil Davis def. United States Emanuel Newton Submission (Kimura) 1 4:39 Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament Semi-Finals
MMA Light Heavyweight 93 kg United States Muhammed Lawal def. England Linton Vassell Decision (Unanimous) 2 5:00 Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament Semi-Finals
Preliminary Card

Glory 24: Denver[edit]

Glory 24: Denver
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The poster for Glory 24: Denver.
Information
Promotion Glory
Date October 9, 2015
Venue Magness Arena
City United States Denver, Colorado, USA
Event chronology

Bellator/Glory: Dynamite 1 Glory 24: Denver Glory 25: Milan

Glory 24: Denver was a kickboxing event held on October 9, 2015 at the Magness Arena in Denver, Colorado, USA.

Background[edit]

This event featured a fight between Joe Schilling and Jason Wilnis as headliner with the winner expected to get a title shot against Glory Middleweight Champion Artem Levin.

This event also featured a 4-Man Heavyweight Contender Tournament to earn a shot at the Glory Heavyweight Championship.

This was the last GLORY event that aired on Spike and marked the end of the 2 year agreement with Spike.

Results[edit]

Glory 24: Denver
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Middleweight 85 kg United States Joe Schilling def. Netherlands Jason Wilnis TKO 2 3:00
Heavyweight 120 kg Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Netherlands Jahfarr Wilnis Decision (split) 3 3:00 Heavyweight Contender Tournament Final
Middleweight 85 kg United States Dustin Jacoby def. United States Wayne Barrett KO 3 1:40
Heavyweight 120 kg Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Croatia Mladen Brestovac TKO 3 1:47 Heavyweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Jahfarr Wilnis def. Australia Ben Edwards TKO (2 knockdowns) 2 1:36 Heavyweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Superfight Series
Middleweight 85 kg Canada Robert Thomas def. France David Radeff Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight 77 kg United States Casey Greene def. United States Francois Ambang KO 2 1:38
Featherweight 65 kg United States Kevin Vannostrand def. United States Justin Houghton Decision (split) 3 3:00
Heavyweight 120 kg United States Jason Lee def. United States Steve Paprocki KO 2 2:59
Middleweight 85 kg United States Zack Wells def. United States Chris Trammell KO 1 1:56

[21][22]

2015 Glory Heavyweight Contender Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi TKO
Croatia Mladen Brestovac 3R.
Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi DEC
Netherlands Jahfarr Wilnis 2-1
Australia Ben Edwards 2R.
Netherlands Jahfarr Wilnis TKO

Glory 25: Milan[edit]

Glory 25: Milan
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The poster for Glory 25: Milan.
Information
Promotion Glory
Date November 6, 2015
Venue PalaIper
City Italy Milan, Italy[23]
Event chronology

Glory 24: Denver Glory 25: Milan Glory 26: Amsterdam

Glory 25: Milan was a kickboxing event held on November 6, 2015 at the PalaIper in Milan, Italy.

Background[edit]

This event featured a title fight for the Glory Lightweight Championship between Robin van Roosmalen and Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong as headliner, a fight between Giorgio Petrosyan and Josh Jauncey as co-headliner, and a title fight for the Glory Featherweight Championship between Gabriel Varga and Serhiy Adamchuk in superfight series.

This event also featured a 4-Man Welterweight Contender Tournament to earn a shot at the Glory Welterweight Championship.

Results[edit]

Glory 25: Milan
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Lightweight 70 kg Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen (c) def. Thailand Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 For the Glory Lightweight Championship
Welterweight 77 kg Netherlands Murthel Groenhart def. France Karim Ghajji Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 Welterweight Contender Tournament Final
Lightweight 70 kg Italy Giorgio Petrosyan def. Canada Josh Jauncey Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight 77 kg France Karim Ghajji def. Switzerland Yoann Kongolo Decision (majority) 3 3:00 Welterweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Welterweight 77 kg Netherlands Murthel Groenhart def. Italy Nicola Gallo TKO (cut) 2 1:03 Welterweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Superfight Series
Featherweight 65 kg Ukraine Serhiy Adamchuk def. Canada Gabriel Varga (c) Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 For the Glory Featherweight Championship
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Russia Artem Vakhitov def. Germany Danyo Ilunga Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Middleweight 85 kg Italy Vittorio Iermano def. Morocco Samir Boukhidous TKO 2 2:30
Welterweight 77 kg Italy Stefano Bruno def. Italy Hosam Radwan TKO 2 2:37 Welterweight Contender Tournament Reserve Match
Lightweight 70 kg Russia Anatoly Moiseev def. Croatia Teo Mikelić Decicion (unanimous) 3 3:00

[24][25]

2015 Glory Welterweight Contender Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
Netherlands Murthel Groenhart TKO
Italy Nicola Gallo 2R.
Netherlands Murthel Groenhart DEC
France Karim Ghajji 3-0
Switzerland Yoann Kongolo 2-0
France Karim Ghajji DEC

International broadcasting[edit]

Country Broadcaster
Bulgaria Bulgaria Ring
Croatia Croatia Fight Channel
France France Kombat Sport
Hungary Hungary Digi Sport 2
Netherlands Netherlands Spike
New Zealand New Zealand Sky Sport
Portugal Portugal Sport TV
Romania Romania Digi Sport 1
Russia Russia Combat Channel
South Africa South Africa StarTimes
South Korea South Korea KBS N
Suriname Suriname ATV
United States United States ESPN3

Glory 26: Amsterdam[edit]

Glory 26: Amsterdam
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The poster for Glory 26: Amsterdam.
Information
Promotion Glory
Date December 4, 2015
Venue Amsterdam RAI
City Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands
Event chronology

Glory 25: Milan Glory 26: Amsterdam Glory 27: Chicago

Glory 26: Amsterdam was a kickboxing event held on December 4, 2015 at the Amsterdam RAI in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Background[edit]

This event featured a two title fights for the Glory Welterweight Championship between Nieky Holzken and Murthel Groenhart as headliner, and for the Glory Heavyweight Championship between Rico Verhoeven and Benjamin Adegbuyi as co-headliner.

This event also featured a 4-Man Featherweight Contender Tournament to earn a shot at the Glory Featherweight Championship.

Results[edit]

Glory 26: Amsterdam
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Welterweight 77 kg Netherlands Nieky Holzken (c) def. Netherlands Murthel Groenhart Decision (Split) 5 3:00 For the Glory Welterweight Championship
Featherweight 65 kg Morocco Mosab Amrani def. Brazil Maykol Yurk KO (Liver Kick) 1 1:51 Featherweight Contender Tournament Final
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Rico Verhoeven (c) def. Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi KO (Punch) 1 2:12 For the Glory Heavyweight Championship
Featherweight 65 kg Morocco Mosab Amrani def. South Korea Lim Chi-bin TKO (2 Knockdowns) 1 1:32 Featherweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Brazil Maykol Yurk def. United States Shane Oblonsky TKO (2 Knockdowns) 2 1:30 Featherweight Contender Tournament Semi-Finals
Superfight Series
Heavyweight 120 kg Belgium Thomas Vanneste def. Curaçao Errol Zimmerman Decision (Split) 3 3:00
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi def. Germany Danyo Ilunga Decision (Split) 3 3:00
Light Heavyweight 95 kg France Zinedine Hameur-Lain def. Netherlands Fred Sikking Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight 77 kg Switzerland Yoann Kongolo def. Armenia Karapet Karapetyan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Azerbaijan Perviz Abdullayev def. Morocco Aziz Kallah Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00

[26][27]

2015 Glory Featherweight Contender Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
Morocco Mosab Amrani TKO
South Korea Lim Chi-bin 1R.
Morocco Mosab Amrani KO
Brazil Maykol Yurk 1R.
United States Shane Oblonsky 2R.
Brazil Maykol Yurk TKO

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  15. ^ a b "GLORY 22 Card and Information Leaked". LiverKick.com. 25 April 2015. 
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