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Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Draw Results

  • News
  • May 17, 2024

The draw for opening round of the GLORY Light Heavyweight Grand Prix was made official today in Amsterdam. Eight of the division’s best fighters compete in a thrilling one-night tournament on June 8 at the Rotterdam Ahoy in the Netherlands.

Through a random selection, the champion Tarik Khbabez (50-10-1, 28 KO) drew the first pick and challenged top French light heavyweight Pascal Toure (20-6, 7 KO), which was immediately accepted by the 28-year-old.

With the next pick, Romania’s Stefan Latescu (17-2, 8 KO) surprised a lot of people and laid down the challenge to former champion Donegi Abena (27-10, 7 KO) to set-up a thrilling fight in the second quarter-final.

Another former champion, Lithuania’s Sergej Maslobojev (38-6, 23 KO), selected old foe Bogdan Stoica (58-14, 40 KO) of Romania to fight in the third quarter-final. Lastly, the two remaining fighters, Morocco’s Ibrahim El Bouni (41-9-1, 22 KO) and Azerbaijan’s Bahram Rajabzadeh (67-2, 59 KO) completed the quarter-final brackets.

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Fans in the Netherlands can watch the GLORY Light Heavyweight Grand Prix exclusively on Videoland, Bally Live in USA and Canada, DAZN in France & Belgium. Full global listings are available at

GLORY Light Heavyweight Grand Prix

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

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

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


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