When researching and watching old fights, few things have been tougher to get their hands on than Glory content. Unless of course, you were willing to pay as much as $54 for a three month subscription. I mean, I love kickboxing and all, but that could be my next pay per view right there. At least, until now. Glory announced today on it’s website, that they would be setting up a new, free YouTube channel, to house their massive fight library.
GLORY owns one of the largest fight libraries in the world, featuring more than 2,000 videos of classic and current hard-hitting encounters between the world’s top combatants.
World-class fights, high-definition quality – and now we’re letting fans access it for FREE.
The opening up of the archive commences today with GLORY 1 STOCKHOLM, which took place in May 2012 in the Swedish capital city of Stockholm.
GLORY’s debut event showcased the explosive action which characterizes our brand.
For MMA fans, this should mean the ability to watch classic Siyar Bahadurzada, Marloes Coenen, Akira Corassani, and many others. And of course, for kickboxing, Glory’s library consists not just of their modern run, but of their Ultimate Glory events as well. It stretches back to It’s Showtime and Ultimate Glory (along with the more modern United Glory) in the mid 2000’s and including fighters like Semmy Schilt, Daniel Ghita, Tyrone Spong, Jerome Le Banner, and the rest of the immense talent that has traveled through the Dutch kickboxing organization in its various forms over the years.
So, blank you calendar, turn off your phone, tell your loved ones to take care of your pets, and get ready to lose all that free time you’d been planning on. To roll it out, here’s Gokhan Saki vs. Carter Williams from Glory 1: Stockholm in 2012.
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