Glory 39 Kickboxing Fight Card Update
Glory 39 Brussels and Glory 39 Super Fight Series / Poster

Kickboxing gala Glory 39 Brussels and Gory 39 Super Fight Series are held on Saturday March 25.

Glory 39 Brussels is a five-fight bill. In the main event the current kickboxing welterweight champion Cedric Doumbe of France faces off Yoann Kongolo of Switzerland. The Frenchman takes on his long time vis-a-vis in defense of his belt. In the semi-main event Jamal Ben Saddik of Morocco battles out against Guto Inocente of Brazil in the heavyweight match.

The program comprises a one-night four-man featherweight contender tournament. The matchmaking has suffered a change. Nafi Bilalovski of Belgium replaces Anvar Boynazarov of Uzbekistan. The VISA issue forced the latter to withdraw from the contest. As a result it is Bilalovski who takes on a former champion in the division, Serhiy Adamchuk of Ukraine in the first-semi final. In the second semi-final Petchpanomrung Kiatmookao of Thailand squares off with Alexei Ulyanov of Russia.

Several changes also hit the Glory 39 Super Fight Series on UFC Fight Pass.

Anton Petrov of Bulgaria makes his debut in the promotion when goes up against the No.2 ranked Marat Grigorian of Belgium. Petrov takes the spot of Swiss Hysni Beqiri who suffered injury in a car accident.

Also Karim Benmansour of France had to pull out from the event. He is required more time to recover from the surgery. As a result Pavol Garaj of Slovakia replaces the Frenchman in the fight against the No.5 ranked welterweight Harut Grigorian of Belgium.

Also on the night, the representative of Tunis Sabri Ben Henia meets Dutch-Moroccan Tyjani Beztati in the lightweight encounter. Meng Qinghao of China battles out against Junus Majandinov of Belgium in the catchweight match. In addition Hesdy Gerges of Egypt faces off Chi Lewis-Parry of England in the heavyweight bout.

Promotion’s inaugural lightweight champion, Sittichai of Thailand headlines the Super Fight Series. He puts his belt on the line against the No.1 challenger Dylan Salvador of France.