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GLORY Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Weigh In Results

  • Weigh-in
  • Jun 7, 2024

The hardest tournament in combat sports, the GLORY Grand Prix, returns this Saturday, June 8, live from the Rotterdam Ahoy in the Netherlands.

Earlier this year we saw the heavyweights put on an unforgettable night. Now it is time for the light heavyweights. Eight of the best strikers on the planet will go head-to-head in an epic one-night tournament.

In the opening round of the Grand Prix, the GLORY light heavyweight world champion Tarik Khbabez (50-10-1, 28 KO) goes up against number one French light heavyweight Pascal Toure (20-6, 7 KO), former champ Donegi Abena (27-10, 7 KO) clashes with the GLORY 2023 ‘Newcomer of the Year’ Stefan Latescu (17-2, 8 KO), former champ Sergej Maslobojev (38-6, 23 KO) takes on fellow veteran Bogdan Stoica (58-14, 40 KO), and ‘Mister Cool’ Ibrahim El Bouni (41-9-1, 22 KO) meets the wild & unpredictable Bahram Rajabzadeh (67-2, 59 KO).

In addition to the Grand Prix, hard hitting heavyweights Murat Aygun (32-3, 8 KO) and Ionut Iancu (28-9, 10 KO) collide, rising French prospect Ramy Deghir (6-1, 1 KO) faces Brice Kombou (18-4, 3 KO) in a top ten middleweight bout, Soufiane Abdelkhalek (4-2-1, 2 KO) and Ilyass Chakir (17-4-1, 6 KO) meet in an all-Moroccan fight, and Mohamed Amine (29-7, 16 KO) welcomes the explosive Cem Caceres (15-1, 12 KO) into GLORY in what is a reserve bout for the Grand Prix.

Fans can watch the GLORY Light Heavyweight Grand Prix live exclusively on Videoland in the Netherlands, for free on Bally Live & Stadium across North America, and on DAZN in France & Belgium. Click here for full global broadcast listings.

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GLORY Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Weigh-In Results

Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Quarter-Final 1
Tarik Khbabez (94.4 kg/208 lb) vs. Pascal Toure (94 kg/207 lb)

Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Quarter-Final 2
Donegi Abena (94.7 kg/209 lb) vs. Stefan Latescu (94.4 kg/208 lb)

Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Quarter-Final 3
Sergej Maslobojev (94.6 kg/208 lb) vs. Bogdan Stoica (94.3 kg/208 lb)

Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Quarter-Final 4
Ibrahim El Bouni (94.6 kg/208 lb) vs. Bahram Rajabzadeh (94.5 kg/208 lb)

Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Reserve Bout
Mohamed Amine (94.8 kg/209 lb) vs. Cem Caceres (94.5 kg/208 lb)

Heavyweight
Murat Aygun (106.5 kg/235 lb) vs. Ionut Iancu (131.1 kg/289 lb)

Middleweight
Ramy Deghir (84.4 kg/186 lb) vs. Brice Kombou (83.8 kg/185 lb)

Welterweight
Soufiane Abdelkhalek (76.8 kg/169 lb) vs. Ilyass Chakir (77 kg/170 lb)

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GLORY Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Fight Card

Grand Prix Final
Winner of SF 1 vs. Winner of SF 2

Heavyweight
Murat Aygun (32-3, 8 KO) vs. Ionut Iancu (28-9, 10 KO)

Middleweight
#9 Ramy Deghir (6-1, 1 KO) vs. #10 Brice Kombou (18-4, 3 KO)

Semi-Final 2
Winner of QF3 vs. Winner of QF 4

Semi-Final 1
Winner of QF 1 vs. Winner of QF 2

Quarter-Final 4
#4 Ibrahim El Bouni (41-9-1, 22 KO) vs. #5 Bahram Rajabzadeh (67-2, 59 KO)

Quarter-Final 3
#2 Sergej Maslobojev (38-6, 23 KO) vs. #7 Bogdan Stoica (58-14, 40 KO)

Quarter-Final 2
#1 Donegi Abena (27-10, 7 KO) vs. #3 Stefan Latescu (17-2, 8 KO)

Quarter-Final 1
#C Tarik Khbabez (50-10-1, 28 KO) vs. #6 Pascal Toure (20-6, 7 KO)

Welterweight
Soufiane Abdelkhalek (4-2-1, 2 KO) vs. Ilyass Chakir (17-4-1, 6 KO)

Light Heavyweight Reserve Bout
#8 Mohamed Amine (29-7, 16 KO) vs. Cem Caceres (15-1, 12 KO)

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