This Saturday, April 16, Bloody Elbow presents live fight coverage of Glory 29 Copenhagen. Bloody Elbow will have live fight coverage, including results and discussion, right here.
HOW TO WATCH
Glory 29 Superfight Series at 1:30 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass
Glory 29 Copenhagen live on ESPN3 at 4:00 p.m. ET. Visit WatchESPN.com.
Glory 29 Copenhagen replay on ESPN2 Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. ET
Glory 29 Copenhagen available in live stream above (stream is geo-blocked in US)
Glory’s latest card sees them heading to Copenhagen for the first time with an event highlighted by a Welterweight world title fight. Champion Nieky Holzken sees action here for the first time since his controversial decision win over Murthel Groenhart at Glory 26. Holzken looks to make his 2nd defense of the belt here against physical challenger Yoann Kongolo, a relatively new name in Glory who comes in off a solid win at Glory 26. Holzken is one of the best pound for pound fighters on the planet today, and you could make a strong case for him being #1. Always good to see him in action.
The other highlight here is an excellent Heavyweight tournament that features the Glory debut of the tough and exciting Ismael Londt, plus the return of Jahfarr Wilnis. Winner gets a shot at champion Rico Verhoeven.
UPDATE: The co-main event has changed, as Niclas Larsen has been forced out of the bout. Replacing him will be, interestingly, Glory Featherweight champion Serhiy Adamchuk in a non-title Lightweight fight.
Join us here at Bloody Elbow for Glory 29 results, discussion, and live fight coverage this Saturday, April 16.
GLORY 29 FIGHT CARD
Welterweight Title: Nieky Holzken vs. Yoann Kongolo
Serhiy Adamchuk vs. Mohammed El-Mir
Semifinal: Anderson Silva vs. Ismael Londt
Semifinal: Jahfarr Wilnis vs. Kirill Kornilov
Zack Mwekassa vs. Zinedine Hameur Lain
Cihad Kepenek vs. Tomas Mozny
Jonatan Oliveira vs. Meran Zangana
Rhassan Muhareb vs. Abdou Karim Chorr
Harut Grigorian vs. Maximo Suarez