GLORY 89 Complete results and highlights
Petch (169-39-3) 🇹🇭 def. David Mejia (61-16) 🇪🇸 via split decision (49-46, 46-49, 48-47, 50-45×2); featherweight
Stoyan Koprivlenski (18-6) 🇧🇬 def. Sorin Caliniuc (11-1) 🇷🇴 via decision (30-27, 29-27×4); lightweight
Levi Rigters (14-1) 🇳🇱 def. Martin Terpstra (26-6) 🇳🇱 via KO (leg kick) at ; heavyweight
Uku Jurjendal (19-8) 🇪🇪 def. Badr Hari (106-16) 🇲🇦 via TKO at 0:47 of Round 2; heavyweight*
Bogdan Stoica (58-13) 🇷🇴 def. Luis Tavares (63-10) 🇳🇱 via decision (29-27×5); light heavyweight
Aleksandar Petrov (35-6) 🇧🇬 vs. Karim Mabrouk (26-6-2) 🇦🇹 unanimous decision (30-27×5); middleweight
Mohamed Touchassie (15-0) 🇲🇦 def. Eduard Aleksanyan (18-5) 🇧🇬 via TKO at 2:00 of Rd 2; middleweight
Teodor Hristov (15-3) 🇧🇬 def Eduard Gafencu (17-5) 🇷🇴 via. unanimous decision; middleweight
Dragomir Petrov (15-3) 🇧🇬 def. Chris Wunn (35-6-1) 🇩🇪 via split decision ; lightweight
Badr Hari makes his arrival
Even though he’s not headling, Badr Hari is the top star on the card and he has arrived at the arena.
Glory 89 goes live from Bulgaria tonight with Badr Hari scheduled to face -off with Uku Jurjendal. Hari was scheduled to fight James McSweeney at Glory 88 last month, but understandly pulled out when his home country was rocked with a deadly earthquake.
The main event for this one is veteran Thai fighter Petch taking on Colombia-born Spanish kickboxer Daid Mejia.
Start time and date
GLORY 89 goes down on Saturday, October 7, live from the Arena Burgas in Burgas, Bulgaria. The event starts at 8:00 p.m. locally, which is 2:00 p.m. ET | 11:00 a.m. PT.
For the prelims, tune into the live stream provided for free by FITE.TV here:
For US, UK and Australian viewers, you can purchase and watch GLORY 89 main card through the GLORY FIGHT! app or FITE.TV for $14.99. For Canadian viewers, you can watch the event on The Fight Network. For the rest of the countries, please visit this page to see where you can watch GLORY 89 on Saturday.
The FITE.TV main card broadcast can be purchased and viewed below:
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