Kickboxing event GLORY 77 features a four-man heavyweight knockout tournament, three world championship bouts and a pair rating matchups. The event airs live and exclusive on pay-per-view from a studio location in Holland.
The reigning heavyweight champion Rico Verhoeven meets Hesdy Gerges in the tournament semi-final bout A. The tournament semi-final bout B pits Levi Rigters and Tarik Khbabez. The winners of these bouts are expected to square in the final, which will be the last bout of the evening. The ultimate tournament victor will be named “Heavyweight Tournament World Champion”.
In the co-main event the current light heavyweight champion Artem Vakhitov faces interim 95 kg and reigning middleweight champion Alex Pereira. Also on the card the current welterweight champion Cedric Doumbe meets the division’s interim champion Murthel Groenhart. In addition, Tiffany Van Soest defends her super bantamweight title against Aline Pereira.
Fans can watch GLORY 77 live stream on FITE. The PPV card start time is scheduled for Saturday, January 30 at 2 pm ET / 11 am PT in the United States, 4 pm BRT in Brazil, 8 pm CET in Holland, France and the rest of Western Europe, 7 pm GMT in the UK, 10 pm MSK in Russia. In Australia GLORY 77 date and time converts to Sunday, January 31 at 6 am AEDT.
The undercard starts an hour earlier. The live stream is available here.
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GLORY 77 fight card
Rico Verhoeven def. Tarik Khbabez by TKO (retirement, R1 at 3:00) – wins heavyweight tournament final | Watch highlights
Alex Pereira def. Artem Vakhitov by split decision (46-49, 48-47, 45-50, 49-46, 49-46) – wins undisputed light heavyweight title
Cedric Doumbe def. Murthel Groenhart by KO (punch, R2 at 2:52) – retains welterweight title | Watch knockout
Tarik Khbabez def. Levi Rigters by majority decision – advances to heavyweight tournament final
Rico Verhoeven def. Hesdy Gerges by unanimous decision – advances to heavyweight tournament final | Watch highlights
Tiffany Van Soest def. Aline Pereira by unanimous decision – retains super bantamweight title
Luis Tavares def. Donegi Abena by unanimous decision
Martin Pacas def. Muhammed Balli by KO (head kick and punches, R3 at 2:23) | Watch knockout