Dutch-Mexican-American welterweight Omar Moreno is headed to Chicago next
Friday, Dec 22 2017
Born in Chicago, USA to a Spanish father and a Mexican mother, Omar Moreno moved to the Netherlands in his teenage years when his father relocated for work, in addition to a sojourn in Thailand. His world tour has now brought him to GLORY Kickboxing and a successful debut at GLORY 49. He will fight next at GLORY 50 CHICAGO in February.
The world's premier kickboxing league, GLORY World Series maintains six different weight classes. Fights take place both as single matches between two fighters known as 'superfights') and as part of tournaments.
Four-man tournaments are the standard, with eight-man tournaments also staged on occasion. The tournaments take one of two forms: either they are World Championship Tournaments, with the division's world title on the line, or they are 'Contender' tournaments, with the winner earning a spot in the next upcoming World Championship Tournaments.
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1.1.2 Match license
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