Glory Heavyweight Grand Prix 2024 results

Glory Heavyweight Grand Prix 2024 live from Arnhem, Netherlands

Glory Kickboxing Heavyweight Grand Prix 2024 airs live from GelreDome in Arnhem, Netherlands on Saturday, March 9. The eventual winner of the 8-man knockout tournament needs to collect three victories during one evening, going through quarter-final, semi-final and final.

In the opening round, Dutch Levi Rigters (15-1, 7 KO) faces Uku Jurjendal (20-8, 16 KO) of Estonia. As well, Nigerian-Dutch former interim-heavyweight champion Tariq Osaro (25-3-1, 13 KO) takes on Bahram Rajabzadeh (65-1, 58 KO) of Azerbaijan.

Plus, Nabil Khachab (27-4-1, 4 KO) of Morocco meets three-time Glory tournament champion Benjamin Adegbuyi (35-7, 20 KO) of Romania. Rounding out the quarter-finals, Rico Verhoeven (61-10, 20 KO) of the Netherlands fights French Sofian Laidouni (35-2-1, 17 KO).

Also on the card, reigning light heavyweight champion Donegi Abena (27-9, 7 KO) of Suriname meets interim titleholder Tarik Khbabez (49-10-1, 28 KO) of Morocco. In addition, Moroccan-Dutch Tyjani Beztati (25-4, 9 KO) defends his lightweight title against Enriko Kehl (53-15-2, 31 KO) of Germany.


Glory Heavyweight Grand Prix 2024 live stream

United States

Broadcast: Bally Live
Saturday, March 9
Time: 12:30 pm ET / 9:30 am PT
Prelims: 12 pm ET / 9 am PT

Netherlands

Broadcast: Videoland
Saturday, March 9
Time: 6:30 pm CET
Prelims: 6 pm CET

Kickboxing fans can also connect via VPN, such as ExpressVPN, and live stream Glory Heavyweight Grand Prix 2024 from practically anywhere.


Glory Heavyweight Grand Prix 2024 results

The complete Glory Grand Prix 2024 results look as the following:

  • Rico Verhoeven def. Levi Rigters by TKO (four knockdowns, R2 at 2:59), heavyweight GP final
  • Tarik Khbabez def. Donegi Abena by split decision – wins Glory light heavyweight title
  • Ivan Galaz def. Iliass Hammouche by unanimous decision, middleweight
  • Rico Verhoeven def. Nabil Khachab by unanimous decision, heavyweight GP semi-final
  • Levi Rigters def. Bahram Rajabzadeh by unanimous decision, heavyweight GP semi-final
  • Tyjani Beztati def. Enriko Kehl by unanimous decision – retains Glory lightweight title
  • Rico Verhoeven def. Sofian Laidouni by unanimous decision, heavyweight GP quarter-final
  • Nabil Khachab def. Benjamin Adegbuyi by unanimous decision, heavyweight GP quarter-final
  • Bahram Rajabzadeh def. Tariq Osaro by unanimous decision, heavyweight GP quarter-final
  • Levi Rigters def. Uku Jurjendal KO (punch, R2 at 1:52), heavyweight GP quarter-final
  • Michal Blawdziewicz def. Cihad Kepenek by TKO (two knockdowns, R2 at 2:55) – heavyweight GP reserve bout
Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a former Muay Thai fighter, sports manager and editor at FIGHTMAG.

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