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2013 in Glory
Information
First dateFebruary 2, 2013
Last dateDecember 21, 2013
Events
Total events15
Fights
Chronology
2012 in Glory 2013 in Glory 2014 in Glory

The year 2013 is the 2nd year in the history of the Glory, an international kickboxing event. 2013 starts with 2013 Road to Glory USA 95 kg Tournament, and ends with Glory 13: Tokyo. 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 Road to Glory USA 95 kg Tournament February 2, 2013 Hard Rock Hotel and Casino United States Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
2 Road to Glory USA 85 kg Tournament February 9, 2013 Hollywood Park Casino United States Los Angeles, California, USA
3 Road to Glory Japan 65 kg Tournament March 10, 2013 Differ Ariake Arena Japan Tokyo, Japan
4 Road to Glory USA 77 kg Tournament March 22, 2013 Capitale United States New York City, New York, USA
5 Glory 5: London March 23, 2013 ExCeL Arena England London, England
6 Glory 6: Istanbul April 6, 2013 Ülker Arena Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
7 Glory 7: Milan April 20, 2013 Mediolanum Forum Italy Milan, Italy
8 Glory 8: Tokyo May 3, 2013 Ariake Coliseum Japan Tokyo, Japan
9 2013 Road to Glory USA 70 kg Tournament May 11, 2013 The Rave United States Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
10 2013 Road to Glory USA Heavyweight Tournament June 14, 2013 Hard Rock Hotel and Casino United States Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
11 Glory 9: New York June 22, 2013 Hammerstein Ballroom United States New York City, New York, USA
12 Glory 10: Los Angeles September 28, 2013 Citizens Business Bank Arena United States Ontario, California, USA
13 Glory 11: Chicago October 12, 2013 Sears Centre United States Hoffman Estates, Illinois, USA
14 Glory 12: New York November 23, 2013 The Theater at Madison Square Garden United States New York City, New York, USA
15 Glory 13: Tokyo December 21, 2013 Ariake Coliseum Japan Tokyo, Japan

Road to Glory USA 95 kg Tournament[edit]

Road to Glory USA 95 kg Tournament
Information
PromotionGlory
DateFebruary 2, 2013
VenueHard Rock Hotel and Casino
CityUnited States Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Event chronology
Dream 18/Glory 4: Tokyo Road to Glory USA 95 kg Tournament Glory 6: Istanbul

Road to Glory USA 95 kg Tournament was a kickboxing event held on February 2, 2013 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.

Background[edit]

Results[edit]

Glory 5
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States Dustin Jacoby def. United States Brian Collette KO (Punches) 1 3:00 Tournament Final
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States Brian Collette def. United States Kyle Martin TKO (Punches) 1 1:29 Tournament Semi-Finals
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States Dustin Jacoby def. United States Roy Boughton TKO (Punches) 1 2:47 Tournament Semi-Finals
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States Brian Collette def. United States Jeremy Freitag KO (Head Kick) 2 0:14 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States Kyle Martin def. United States Myron Dennis Decision (Split) 3 3:00 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States Dustin Jacoby def. United States Randy Blake TKO (Punches) 3 1:43 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States Roy Boughton def. United States Daniel Brison Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Light Heavyweight 95 kg United States John King def. United States Jason Bloom Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 Tournament Reserve Fight

[1][2]

Road to Glory USA 85 kg Tournament[edit]

Road to Glory USA 85 kg Tournament
Information
PromotionGlory
DateFebruary 9, 2013
VenueHollywood Park Casino
CityUnited States Los Angeles, California, USA
Event chronology
Dream 18/Glory 4: Tokyo Road to Glory USA 85 kg Tournament Glory 6: Istanbul

Road to Glory USA 85 kg Tournament was a kickboxing event held on February 9, 2013 at the Hollywood Park Casino in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Background[edit]

Results[edit]

Glory 5
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Middleweight 85 kg United States Mike Lemaire def. United States Eddie Walker TKO (Leg Kicks) 3 2:26 Tournament Final
Middleweight 85 kg United States Mike Lemaire def. United States Andrew Kapel Decision (Split - Ext. Round) 4 3:00 Tournament Semi-Finals
Middleweight 85 kg United States Eddie Walker def. South Africa Van Wyk Povey TKO (2 Knockdowns Rule) 2 2:13 Tournament Semi-Finals
Middleweight 85 kg United States Mike Lemaire def. Russia Evgeny Zotov KO (Head Kick) 2 0:48 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Middleweight 85 kg United States Andrew Kapel def. United States Casey Greene Decision (Split) 3 3:00 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Middleweight 85 kg South Africa Van Wyk Povey def. Philippines Jonarh Junio TKO (2 Knockdowns Rule) 1 1:23 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Middleweight 85 kg United States Eddie Walker def. Mexico Edgar Del Fierro KO (Knee and Punches) 2 1:26 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Middleweight 85 kg Nigeria Afam Egbochuku def. United States Jacob Poss KO (Punch) 2 1:08 Tournament Reserve Fight

[3][4]

Road to Glory Japan 65 kg Tournament[edit]

Road to Glory Japan 65 kg Tournament
Information
PromotionGlory
DateMarch 10, 2013
VenueDiffer Ariake Arena
CityJapan Tokyo, Japan
Event chronology
Dream 18/Glory 4: Tokyo Road to Glory Japan 65 kg Tournament Glory 6: Istanbul

Road to Glory Japan 65 kg Tournament was a kickboxing event held on March 10, 2013 at the Differ Ariake Arena in Tokyo, Japan.

Background[edit]

Results[edit]

Glory 5
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Masaaki Noiri def. Japan Yuki TKO (2 Knockdown Rule) 2 1:35 Tournament Final
Bantamweight 60 kg Japan Hirotaka Urabe def. Japan Shigeru TKO (Cut - Ext. Round) 4 0:28
Lightweight 70 kg Japan Yu Hirono def. Japan Ichiyo Morimoto Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Masaaki Noiri def. Japan Yukihiro Komiya Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 Tournament Semi-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Yuki def. Japan Zen Fujita TKO (2 Knockdown Rule) 2 2:42 Tournament Semi-Finals
Bantamweight 60 kg Japan Tatsuya Inaishi def. Japan Junpei Aotsu Decision (Split - Ext. Round) 4 3:00
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Yukihiro Komiya def. Japan Ryuji Kajiwara Decision (Unanimous - Ext. Round) 4 3:00 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Masaaki Noiri def. Japan Hiroya Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Yuki def. Japan Mohan Dragon Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Zen Fujita def. Japan Riki Matsuoka TKO (2 Knockdowns Rule) 3 1:05 Tournament Quarter-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Japan TaCa def. Japan Kazuki Hamasaki KO (Punch) 2 0:15 Tournament Reserve Fight
Bantamweight 61 kg Japan Koji def. Japan Tasuku Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00
Bantamweight 60 kg Japan Kazuki Koyano def. Japan Ippei Nagashima KO (Punches) 1 1:18

Road to Glory USA 77 kg Tournament[edit]

Road to Glory USA 77 kg Tournament
Information
PromotionGlory
DateMarch 22, 2013
VenueCapitale
CityUnited States New York City, New York, USA
Event chronology
Dream 18/Glory 4: Tokyo Road to Glory USA 77 kg Tournament Glory 6: Istanbul

Road to Glory USA 77 kg Tournament was a kickboxing event held on March 22, 2013 at the Capitale in New York City, New York, USA.

Background[edit]

Results[edit]

Glory 5: London[edit]

Glory 5: London
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The poster for Glory 5: London.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateMarch 23, 2013
VenueExCeL Arena
CityEngland London, England
Attendance4,500
Event chronology
Dream 18/Glory 4: Tokyo Glory 5: London Glory 6: Istanbul

Glory 5: London was a kickboxing event held on March 23, 2013 at the ExCeL Arena in London, England.

Background[edit]

This event featured a super fight between Tyrone Spong and Remy Bonjasky as headliner, this event also featured non-tournament super fight series

Results[edit]

Glory 5
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Heavyweight 120 kg Suriname Tyrone Spong def. Suriname Remy Bonjasky KO (Right Hook) 2 1:22
Lightweight 70 kg England Jordan Watson def. Australia Steve Moxon Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Netherlands Albert Kraus def. South Africa Warren Stevelmans Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Middleweight 85 kg England Steve Wakeling def. United States Eddie Walker KO (Low Kicks) 2 1:38
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Democratic Republic of the Congo Danyo Ilunga def. France Stephane Susperregui KO (Knee) 2 0:21
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Netherlands Michael Duut def. United States Dustin Jacoby KO (3 Knockdowns) 1 2:15
Featherweight 65 kg Morocco Mosab Amrani def. England Liam Harrison KO (Liver Shot) 1 1:13
Heavyweight 120 kg England Daniel Sam def. India Jaideep Singh Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg France Johann Fauveau def. Romania Costel Pașniciuc Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Featherweight 65 kg England Reece McAllister def. England Tim Thomas Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight 77 kg Brazil Jonatan Oliveira def. Italy Nicola Gallo Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Middleweight 85 kg England Marlon Hunt def. Estonia Andrei Manzolo Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg England Chad Sugden def. England Sam Wilson Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg England Kerrith Bhella def. England Sam Omomogbe Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Slovakia Boris Uhlik def. England Fraser Weightman Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00

[5] [6]

Glory 6: Istanbul[edit]

Glory 6: Istanbul
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The poster for Glory 6: Istanbul.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateApril 6, 2013
VenueÜlker Arena
CityTurkey Istanbul, Turkey
Attendance12,000
Event chronology
Glory 5: London Glory 6: Istanbul Glory 7: Milan

Glory 6: Istanbul was a kickboxing event held on April 6, 2013 at the Ülker Arena in Istanbul, Turkey.

Background[edit]

This event featured a super fight between Gökhan Saki and Daniel Ghiță as headliner, this event also featured non-tournament super fight series.

Results[edit]

Glory 6
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Heavyweight 120 kg Turkey Gökhan Saki def. Romania Daniel Ghiță TKO (Punches) 2 2:42
Heavyweight 120 kg Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi def. Brazil Fabiano Cyclone TKO (Injury) 2 3:00
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Belgium Filip Verlinden def. Italy Lucian Danilencu Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Middleweight 85 kg Belgium Marc de Bonte def. Morocco L'houcine Ouzgni KO (Knee) 1 1:15
Welterweight 77 kg Netherlands Nieky Holzken def. France Karim Ghajji TKO (cut) 4 2:12
Lightweight 70 kg Suriname Andy Ristie def. Italy Allessandro Campagna Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Catchweight 75 kg Canada Joseph Valtellini def. Belgium Murat Direkci TKO (Corner Stoppage) 3 0:27
Lightweight 70 kg Germany Max Baumert def. Turkey Ismail Uzuner KO (Head Kick) 1 2:26
Featherweight 65 kg South Korea Dong Su Kim def. Japan Naoki Yasuda Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
MMA Middleweight 84 kg Russia Vitaly Bigdash def. Turkey Ertan Balaban Submission (Kneebar) 1 3:36
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Jahfarr Wilnis def. Turkey Oguz Ovguer TKO 3
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Turkey Orhan Karalioglu def. Brazil Cleber Argente Alves KO (Punch to the Body) 3
Middleweight 85 kg Turkey Samet Keser def. Turkey Muzaffer Gemici KO (Punches) 1
Featherweight 66 kg Turkey Kenan Gunaydin def. Turkey Zurab Khistani KO (Spinning Back Kick) 1
Lightweight 70 kg Iran Masoud Minaei def. Turkey Burak Ugur TKO 2

[7] [8]

Glory 7: Milan[edit]

Glory 7: Milan
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The poster for Glory 7: Milan.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateApril 20, 2013
VenueMediolanum Forum
CityItaly Milan, Italy
Attendance10,000
Event chronology
Glory 6: Istanbul Glory 7: Milan Glory 8: Tokyo

Glory 7: Milan was a kickboxing event held on April 20, 2013 at the Mediolanum Forum in Milan, Italy. This event featured non-tournament super fight series.

Background[edit]

This event featured a super fight between Giorgio Petrosyan and Hafid El Boustati as headliner. In co-main event, Murthel Groenhart had to battle with fellow superstar Robin van Roosmalen, this event also featured non-tournament super fight series

Results[edit]

Glory 6
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Lightweight 70 kg Italy Giorgio Petrosyan def. Morocco Hafid El Boustati Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen def. Suriname Murthel Groenhart Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Georgia (country) Davit Kiria def. Belarus Yuri Bessmertny Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Rico Verhoeven def. Brazil Jhonata Diniz Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Middleweight 84 kg Russia Artem Levin def. Armenia Sahak Parparyan Decision (Extra Round) 4 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Belarus Chingiz Allazov vs. Armenia Marat Grigorian No Contest (Accidental Elbow) 1 2:47
Featherweight 65 kg Thailand Kaoponlek Luksuntham def. Suriname Sergio Wielzen Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Light Heavyweight 95 kg Netherlands Michael Duut def. Australia Steve McKinnon Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight 77 kg Armenia Karapet Karapetyan def. Italy Roberto Cocco Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00

[9] [10]

Glory 8: Tokyo[edit]

Glory 8: Tokyo
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The poster for Glory 8: Tokyo.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateMay 3, 2013
VenueAriake Coliseum
CityJapan Tokyo, Japan
Attendance8,997
Event chronology
Glory 7: Milan Glory 8: Tokyo Glory 9: New York

Glory 8: Tokyo was a kickboxing event held on May 3, 2013 at the Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Japan. This event featured a Glory 65kg Slam Tournament.

Results[edit]

Glory 6
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Yuta Kubo def. Japan Masaaki Noiri Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 65kg Slam Tournament Final
Heavyweight 120 kg Netherlands Peter Aerts def. Belgium Jamal Ben Saddik TKO (3 Knockdowns 2 2:27
Lightweight 70 kg Suriname Andy Ristie def. Netherlands Albert Kraus KO (Knee) 2 0:27
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Yuta Kubo def. Canada Gabriel Varga Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 65kg Slam Tournament Semi-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Masaaki Noiri def. Armenia Mosab Amrani Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 65kg Slam Tournament Semi-Finals
Heavyweight 120 kg France Jerome Le Banner def. Japan Koichi Watanabe Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Lightweight 70 kg Japan Yoshihiro Sato def. South Korea Hwan Jin Lee Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Yuta Kubo def. South Korea Chi Bin Lim KO (Knee to Body) 2 2:58 65kg Slam Tournament Quarter-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Canada Gabriel Varga def. France Abdellah Ezbiri Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 65kg Slam Tournament Quarter-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Japan Masaaki Noiri def. England Liam Harrison TKO (Cut) 2 1:06 65kg Slam Tournament Quarter-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Morocco Mosab Amrani def. Brazil Marcus Vinicius Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 65kg Slam Tournament Quarter-Finals
Featherweight 65 kg Thailand Chonlek Super Pro Samui def. Japan Zen Fujita Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 65kg Slam Tournament Reserve Fight
Featherweight 65 kg Russia Andrej Bruhl def. Japan Yukihiro Komiya Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 65kg Slam Tournament Reserve Fight

[11] [12]

Glory 65kg Slam Tournament bracket[edit]

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
 
 
 
Morocco Mosab AmraniDEC
 
 
 
Brazil Marcus Vinicius3-0
 
Morocco Mosab Amrani3-0
 
 
 
Japan Masaaki NoiriDEC
 
United Kingdom Liam HarrisonR2.
 
 
 
Japan Masaaki NoiriTKO
 
Japan Masaaki Noiri3-0
 
 
 
Japan Yuta KuboDEC
 
France Abdellah Ezbiri3-0
 
 
 
Canada Gabriel VargaDEC
 
Canada Gabriel Varga3-0
 
 
 
Japan Yuta KuboDEC
 
Japan Yuta KuboKO
 
 
South Korea Chi Bin LimR2.
 

Glory 9: New York[edit]

Glory 9: New York
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The poster for Glory 9: New York.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateJune 22, 2013
VenueHammerstein Ballroom
CityUnited States New York City, New York, USA
Attendance1,555
Event chronology
Glory 8: Tokyo Glory 9: New York Glory 10: Los Angeles

Glory 9: New York was a kickboxing event held on June 22, 2013 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, New York. This event featured a Glory 95kg Slam Tournament.

Results[edit]

[13] [14]

Glory 95kg Slam Tournament bracket[edit]

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
 
 
 
Germany Danyo IlungaDEC
 
 
 
Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi3-0
 
Germany Danyo IlungaDEC
 
 
 
United States Dustin Jacoby3-0
 
United States Brian Collette2-1
 
 
 
United States Dustin JacobyDEC
 
Germany Danyo IlungaR1.
 
 
 
Suriname Tyrone SpongKO
 
Belgium Filip VerlindenDEC
 
 
 
Australia Steve McKinnon2-0
 
Belgium Filip Verlinden3-0
 
 
 
Suriname Tyrone SpongDEC
 
Suriname Tyrone SpongKO
 
 
Netherlands Michael DuutR1.
 

Glory 10: Los Angeles[edit]

Glory 10: Los Angeles
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Information
PromotionGlory
DateSeptember 28, 2013
VenueCitizens Business Bank Arena
CityUnited States Ontario, California
Attendance5,002
Event chronology
Glory 9: New York Glory 10: Los Angeles Glory 11: Chicago

Glory 10: Los Angeles was a kickboxing event held on September 28, 2013 at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California.

Background[edit]

The highlight of the event featured a Glory Middleweight World Championship Tournament.[15] Two tournament matches were held, with a third match as reserve. The winners of the two semi-final bouts, proceeded to the finals for the championship main-event. The event also featured eight other non-tournament bouts.

Results[edit]

Main Card
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Middleweight United States Joe Schilling def. Russia Artem Levin Unanimous decision 4(ext.R) 3:00 Middleweight Championship Tournament Final
Lightweight Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen def. Albania Shemsi Beqiri Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Lightweight Georgia (country) Davit Kiria def. Netherlands Murthel Groenhart Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Middleweight United States Wayne Barrett def. United States Robby Plotkin TKO 3 2:26 Middleweight Championship Tournament Reserve Bout
Middleweight United States Joe Schilling def. Japan Kengo Shimizu Unanimous decision 3 3:00 Middleweight Championship Tournament Semi Final
Middleweight Russia Artem Levin def. Netherlands Jason Wilnis Unanimous decision 3 3:00 Middleweight Championship Tournament Semi Final
Superfight Series
Welterweight Armenia Karapet Karapetyan def. Russia Alexander Stetsurenko Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Heavyweight Netherlands Jahfarr Wilnis def. France Brice Guidon TKO 2 0:38
Lightweight Suriname Andy Ristie def. Denmark Niclas Larsen Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Light Heavyweight United States Brian Collette def. United States Randy Blake Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Lightweight United States Ky Hollenbeck def. Netherlands Albert Kraus Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Lightweight Japan Hinata def. France Johann Fauveau TKO 3 0:48

[16] [17]

2013 Glory Middleweight World Championship Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
Russia Artem Levin DEC
Netherlands Jason Wilnis 3-0
Russia Artem Levin 3-01
United States Joe Schilling DEC
United States Joe Schilling DEC
Japan Kengo Shimizu 3-0

1 Extra round decision.

Glory 11: Chicago[edit]

Glory 11: Chicago
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The poster for Glory 11: Chicago.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateOctober 12, 2013
VenueSears Centre
CityUnited States Hoffman Estates, Illinois
Attendance8,311
Event chronology
Glory 10: Los Angeles Glory 11: Chicago Glory 12: New York

Glory 11: Chicago was a kickboxing event held on October 12, 2013 at the Sears Centre at Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

Background[edit]

The highlight of the event featured a Glory Heavyweight World Championship Tournament. Two tournament matches were held, with a third match as reserve. The winners of the two semi-final bouts, proceeded to the finals for the championship main-event. The event also featured other non-tournament bouts.

It was Glory's first event broadcast on Spike, had average of 381,000 and peak of 782,000 viewers.[18][19]

Results[edit]

Main Card (Spike)
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Heavyweight Netherlands Rico Verhoeven def. Romania Daniel Ghiță Unanimous decision 3 3:00 Heavyweight Championship Tournament Final
Light Heavyweight Suriname Tyrone Spong def. Australia Nathan Corbett TKO 2 1:10
Welterweight Canada Joseph Valtellini def. France Karim Ghajji TKO 3 2:53
Heavyweight Curaçao Errol Zimmerman def. Egypt Hesdy Gerges TKO 3 0:38 Heavyweight Championship Tournament Reserve Bout
Heavyweight Netherlands Rico Verhoeven def. Turkey Gokhan Saki Majority decision 3 3:00 Heavyweight Championship Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Romania Daniel Ghita def. Brazil Anderson Silva TKO 1 1:56 Heavyweight Championship Tournament Semi Final
Superfight Series
Heavyweight Russia Sergei Kharitonov def. United Kingdom Daniel Sam Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Light Heavyweight Germany Danyo Ilunga def. Netherlands Michael Duut TKO 1 2:23
Welterweight United States Raymond Daniels def. United States Brian Foster TKO 1 2:24
Light Heavyweight Brazil Saulo Cavalari def. Belgium Filip Verlinden Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Lightweight Australia Steve Moxon def. United Kingdom Reece McAllister KO 3 0:28
Featherweight Canada Gabriel Varga def. Nicaragua Jose Palacios Unanimous decision 3 3:00

[20] [21] [22]

2013 Glory Heavyweight World Championship Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
Romania Daniel Ghiță TKO
Brazil Anderson Silva R1.
Romania Daniel Ghiță 3-0
Netherlands Rico Verhoeven DEC
Netherlands Rico Verhoeven DEC
Turkey Gokhan Saki 2-0

Glory 12: New York[edit]

Glory 12: New York
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The poster for Glory 12: New York.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateNovember 23, 2013
VenueThe Theater at Madison Square Garden
CityUnited States New York City, New York
Attendance4,124
Event chronology
Glory 11: Chicago Glory 12: New York Glory 13: Tokyo

Glory 12: New York was a kickboxing event held on November 23, 2013 at The Theater at Madison Square Garden at New York City, New York.

Background[edit]

The highlight of the event featured a Glory Lightweight World Championship Tournament.[23] Two tournament matches were held, with a third match as reserve. The winners of the two semi-final bouts, proceeded to the finals for the championship main-event. The event also featured other non-tournament bouts.

It had average of 476,000 and peak of 665,000 viewers on Spike TV.[24]

Results[edit]

Main Card (Spike)
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Lightweight Suriname Andy Ristie def. Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen KO 2 1:44 Lightweight Championship Tournament Final
Middleweight United States Wayne Barrett def. United States Joe Schilling Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Heavyweight Australia Ben Edwards def. Morocco Jamal Ben Saddik KO 3 2:52
Lightweight United States Ky Hollenbeck def. South Africa Warren Stevelmans Unanimous decision 3 3:00 Lightweight Championship Tournament Reserve Bout
Lightweight Suriname Andy Ristie def. Italy Giorgio Petrosyan KO 3 0:43 Lightweight Championship Tournament Semi Final
Lightweight Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen def. Georgia (country) Davit Kiria Unanimous decision 3 3:00 Lightweight Championship Tournament Semi Final
Superfight Series
Heavyweight Russia Artem Vakhitov def. Serbia Nenad Pagonis Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Heavyweight United States Brian Collette def. United States Warren Thompson KO 1 1:03
Heavyweight Brazil Jhonata Diniz def. Croatia Igor Jurković KO 1
Welterweight United States Francois Ambang def. United States Eddie Walker KO 3 1:40
Light Heavyweight Brazil Saulo Cavalari def. Tunisia Mourad Bouzidi KO 1 1:23
Welterweight Brazil Thiago Michel Silva def. Argentina Paul Marfort Unanimous decision 3 3:00
Undercard
Heavyweight Casey Greene def. John King KO 1 2:59
Lightweight John Bowman def. Villi Bello KO 3 2:50

[25]

2013 Glory Lightweight World Championship Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen DEC
Georgia (country) Davit Kiria 3-0
Netherlands Robin van Roosmalen R2.
Suriname Andy Ristie KO
Italy Giorgio Petrosyan R3.
Suriname Andy Ristie KO

Glory 13: Tokyo[edit]

Glory 13: Tokyo
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The poster for Glory 13: Tokyo.
Information
PromotionGlory
DateDecember 21, 2013
VenueJapan Ariake Coliseum
CityTokyo, Japan
Attendance7,897
Event chronology
Glory 12: New York Glory 13: Tokyo Glory 14: Zagreb

Glory 13: Tokyo was a kickboxing event held on December 21, 2013 at the Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Japan.

Background[edit]

The highlight of the event was a Glory Welterweight World Championship Tournament. Two tournament matches were held, with a third match as reserve. The winners of the two semi-final bouts proceeded to the finals for the championship main-event. The event also featured other non-tournament bouts, including the retirement match of the legendary Peter Aerts, against Rico Verhoeven, and Daniel Ghiță vs. Errol Zimmerman II.

Glory 13 had average of 659,000 and peak of 905,000 viewers on Spike TV.[26]

Results[edit]

Main Card (Spike)
Weight Class Method Round Time Notes
Heavyweight Netherlands Rico Verhoeven def. Netherlands Peter Aerts Decision (split) 3 3:00
Welterweight Netherlands Nieky Holzken def. Canada Joseph Valtellini KO (right hook) 3 2:44 Welterweight Championship Tournament Final
Heavyweight Romania Daniel Ghiță def. Curaçao Errol Zimmerman KO (left hook) 1 0:35
90kg Catchweight Japan Makoto Uehara def. United States Dustin Jacoby Decision (split) 3 3:00
Welterweight Canada Joseph Valtellini def. United States Raymond Daniels KO (high kick) 3 1:20 Welterweight Championship Tournament Semi Final
Welterweight Netherlands Nieky Holzken def. Armenia Karapet Karapetyan Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 Welterweight Championship Tournament Semi Final
Superfight Series
Featherweight Morocco Mosab Amrani def. Japan Yuta Kubo Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight Ukraine Artur Kyshenko def. Japan Masayuki Kenmun Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Welterweight Russia Alexander Stetsurenko def. France Karim Ghajji Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 Welterweight Championship Tournament Reserve Bout
Heavyweight Brazil Anderson Silva def. Netherlands Remy Bonjasky Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Heavyweight Egypt Hesdy Gerges def. Brazil Ewerton Teixeira Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
Heavyweight Russia Sergey Kharitonov def. France Jerome Le Banner Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00

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2013 Glory Welterweight World Championship Tournament bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
      
Netherlands Nieky Holzken DEC
Armenia Karapet Karapetyan 3-0
Netherlands Nieky Holzken KO
Canada Joseph Valtellini R3.
Canada Joseph Valtellini KO
United States Raymond Daniels R3.

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