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GLORY 90 - New Fights Announced

  • News
  • Nov 14, 2023

After a groundbreaking year, GLORY returns for its final event of 2023 on Saturday, December 23, with GLORY 90 taking place at the RTM Stage at the Rotterdam Ahoy in the Netherlands.

Endy Semeleer (35-1, 17 KO) will put his GLORY welterweight title on the line against ‘House of GLORY’ winner Anwar Ouled-Chaib (3-0) in the main event.

Semeleer is regarded as the best welterweight on the planet today. The 27-year-old won the title just over a year ago and has already defended it twice against Jay Overmeer and Murthel Groenhart. He now faces a dangerous test in the shape of Ouled-Chaib.

The young prospect beat several other fighters to be crowned the first winner of the hit reality TV show ‘House of GLORY.’ Along his way he beat top ten ranked GLORY fighter Robin Ciric. With nothing to lose, he presents a unique test for Semeleer in this main event.

Heavyweights Nordine Mahieddine (28-15, 13 KO) and Nikola Filipovic (11-2, 6 KO) will collide in an exciting co-main event. The winner will officially book his place in the upcoming historic GLORY Grand Prix, an eight-man one-night $500,000 tournament.

Also announced for the card, Iliass Hammouche (33-6, 7 KO) and Ivan Galaz (58-10-1, 15 KO), who were originally slated to meet at GLORY COLLISION 6, will now officially square-off on December 23 and we will see a fun heavyweight fight between local fan favourite Nabil Khachab (26-4-1, 4 KO) and Polish bruiser Michał Bławdziewicz (11-6-1, 5 KO).

Stay tuned for more fights to be announced in the coming days.

Fans can register for the ticket presale by clicking here.

GLORY 90 will be available to watch live exclusively on Videoland in the Netherlands and through & various broadcast partners around the world.