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GLORY signs with DAZN and announces new event

  • Official Release
  • Feb 27, 2024

GLORY has officially signed a multi-year agreement with DAZN to stream all events live on the platform in France and Belgium.

Starting with the GLORY Heavyweight Grand Prix on March 9, fans in the region can watch eight of the best heavyweights on the planet go head-to-head in a thrilling one-night tournament. The winner of which will receive $500,000 and the title of GLORY Heavyweight Grand Prix Champion.

Featuring in the tournament is the ‘King of Kickboxing’ Rico Verhoeven (61-10, 20 KO), rising star Levi Rigters (15-1, 7 KO), former interim-champ Tariq Osaro (25-3-1, 13), and the unpredictable Bahram Rajabzadeh (65-1, 58 KO) as well as French heavyweight Sofian Laïdouni (35-2-1, 17 KO).

Additionally, after a sold-out event last September, GLORY can confirm a return to France with GLORY 91 taking place at the Dome De Paris on April 27. Fight card and ticketing details to follow in the coming days.

“I am excited to partner with DAZN in the France & Belgium region, helping to make all GLORY events even more accessible for fans,” said Pierre Andurand, GLORY Chairman, Co-Founder, & Majority Owner. “It’s an important market for us and one in which we are fully invested in developing further in 2024 and beyond.

“We had an incredible response from fans in France when we returned there last September and I am thrilled to announce we are coming back on April 27 at the Dome De Paris. It was one of the best events of the year and French fans can expect more GLORY events on French soil in the future.”

This announcement enhances DAZN's offering for fans of combat sports and adds to the ever-growing range of premium sports competitions available on DAZN in France.

2024 will see the most exciting year in GLORY’s history with further Grand Prix events scheduled in the Light Heavyweight, Middleweight, and Welterweight divisions, in addition to marquee super fights and ten events in total for the rest of the year.