Tomas The Giant Slovak Mozny Takes Part at Glory 37 Los Angeles
Tomas "The Giant Slovak" Mozny of Slovakia (l) and Daniel "Colossal" Sam of England (r) during their kickboxing encounter in the semi-final of +500 kg tournament at Fight Night Saint Tropez on August 4, 2016 in St Tropez / France / Pic: Manu da Luz / Team Fight Night

Tomas Mozny aka “The Giant Slovak” is fighting Jhonata Diniz at Glory 37 Los Angeles on Friday January 20.

The spinning back kick Facebook sensation out of the WKN Top Team, Tomas Mozny is again in the ring of Glory. The two-time winner of European GP made his debut last April. He has earned a sudden victory over Cihad Kepenek in Copenhagen. The next Giant Slovak took all +500 kg tournament at the Fight Night Saint Tropez in August.

This Friday Tomas Mozny (15-4-1) is facing off Jhonata Diniz (8-5-0) of Brazil. Towards this challenge the protege of Lukas Bodyy has spent several weeks training in Thailand. Diniz is indeed a strong opposition for the European heavyweight prospect. Currently ranked #15 is a regular competitor at Glory World Series. He is victorious in two out of five bouts.

Mozny vs Dinis is a heavyweight super fight. It features on the programme at Glory 37 Los Angeles. Jason Wilnis vs Israel Adesanya for the middleweight title headlines the event. The co-main event is Guto Inocente vs D’Angelo Marshall.

In addition, Karim Benmansour joins Mozny topping up the WKN Top Team. The Frenchman is facing off the Glory newcomer Alan Scheison. The pair will battle out in the semi-final of the 4 man welterweight contender tournament. The second semi-final is Yoann Kongolo vs Konstantin Khuzin.

Also on the card Robin van Roosmalen is going up against Matt Embree, as well as Zoila Frausto is taking on Daniela Graf. Giga Chikadze is challenging Victor Pinto and Mike Lemaire is fighting Warren Thompson.

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Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a muaythai fighter from Perth, Australia. He is a former national champion of Belarus, and also a finalist of IFMA European Cup. He is an editor and journalist at FIGHTMAG. He covers national and world news. Iskenderov is also the WKN (World Kickboxing Network) international coordinator for Australia.

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