This coming Friday, April 3, Glory returns to action with Glory 20 Dubai, a stacked card featuring two world title fights. Bloody Elbow will have your full fight coverage right here.
Because this is an international show, the Spike broadcast Friday night will be on tape delay (BE will have spoiler free discussion during the broadcast here). Those looking to watch the show live as it airs have the chance to do just that in a live stream.
Glory 20 Dubai will be available LIVE in a live stream, right here at Bloody Elbow. The stream costs $9.99 and will be available live with a fight time of 1:00 p.m. ET Friday afternoon. Sorry, US readers, but the stream is geo-blocked, and will not be available in the US. Watch the live stream below.
For those also interested in the Glory 20 Superfight Series, headlined by Saulo Cavalari vs. Artem Vakhitov, a separate live stream is available here. Good news US fans – no geo-blocking on the Superfights, so you will be able to watch.
In the main event at Glory 20, Andy Ristie challenges Robin van Roosmalen for his Glory Lightweight title. Also on the line is the Featherweight strap, as Mosab Amrani and Gabriel Varga meet to crown the inaugural champion. Also, Wayne Barrett, Simon Marcus, Jason Wilnis, and Alex Pereira do battle in a Middleweight tournament with a shot at champion Artem Levin on the line. This one is not to be missed.
Glory 20 airs live via live stream this Friday, April 3 with a fight time of 1:00 p.m. ET. Bloody Elbow will have live fight coverage, including results, discussion, and the live stream, right here. And if you can’t watch live, join us Friday night for the Spike broadcast.
GLORY 20 LIVE STREAM:
GLORY 20 FIGHT CARD:
Lightweight Title Fight: Robin van Roosmalen vs. Andy Ristie
Featherweight Title Fight: Mosab Amrani vs. Gabriel Varga
Middleweight Semifinal: Jason Wilnis vs. Alex Pereira
Middleweight Semifinal: Wayne Barrett vs. Simon Marcus
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