GLORY 89 Badr Hari vs. Uku Jurjendal: Fight card, start time, live stream 

Get all the details on how to watch the upcoming GLORY offering, GLORY 89, which features Badr Hari vs. Uku Jürjendal this Saturday.

By: Kristen King | 2 months ago
GLORY 89 Badr Hari vs. Uku Jurjendal: Fight card, start time, live stream 
GLORY 89's Badr Hari during the weigh-ins for GLORY Collision 4. Credit: IMAGO/USA Today.


GLORY heads to Bulgaria for the first time with GLORY 89 this Saturday, which features Badr Hari vs. Uku Jurjendal as one of nine fights. Originally scheduled to step into the ring against James McSweeney at GLORY 88 in a Heavyweight Grand Prix qualifier, Hari forfeited due to the Marrakesh–Safi earthquake that happened in his homeland, Morocco. The Moroccan-Dutch fighter was then re-scheduled against a new opponent in Jürjendal, the Estonian who has alternated between wins and losses in his GLORY tenure thus far.

Also featured is a featherweight championship fight between Petch and David Mejia. Petch recently returned to the win column with a decision against Ahmad Chikh Mousa at GLORY 86 this past May. His upcoming challenger, Mejia, is currently on a four-fight win streak that includes finishes of Lukas Mandinec and Dennis Haddad.

GLORY 89 full fight card

Main card


Note: Hari vs. Jürjendal is still the headliner of GLORY 89, but it is now expected to happen at the start of the main card.

Start date and time

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.


Purchase your tickets for GLORY 89 here.

Live streams

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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Kristen King
Kristen King

Kristen King is a writer for Bloody Elbow. She has covered combat sports since 2016, getting her start with outlets such as FanSided, MyMMANews and MMA-Prospects. She joined the BE team in 2020, covering a mix of news, events and injuries. In her time with BE, Kristen has created ‘Fright of the Night,’ a series that highlights some of the worst injuries in the sport.

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