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U.F.C (Ultimate Fighting Championship) // Golden Glory (Glory World Series) // Strikeforce

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Hieronder wat informatie over de U.F.C (The Ultimate Fighting Championship) :

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is de grootste Mixed Martial Arts organisatie ter wereld. De UFC heeft momenteel in Las Vegas , Nevada haar thuisbasis en is in bezit van en wordt geleid door Zuffa, LLC , een Amerikaans sportpromotiebedrijf. Zuffa is eigendom van Frank en Lorenzo Fertitta , Flash Entertainment en Dana White . De UFC wordt op de voorgrond voornamelijk geleid door voorzitter Dana White . De enige andere organisatie die Zuffa nog bezit is StrikeForce , welke geleid wordt door Scott Coker . Andere concurrenten die Zuffa in het verleden overnam, is het prestigieuze Pride FC , In 2007 is Pride FC echter opgeheven, en de beste vechters die in Pride actief waren, zijn in de UFC opgenomen.

Een wedstrijd in de U.F.C wordt gehouden over 3 rondes van 5 minuten, als de partij niet voortijdig word beeindigt vanwege een Knock-out, Technisch Knock-out, Verwurging, of het niet kunnen voortzetten van een wedstrijd vanwege het oplopen van een blessure, wordt de wedstrijd voortijdig beëindigt

Bruce Buffer met zijn legendarische aankondiging in de octagon bij een U.F.C evenement :

 

 

 

 

 

 

Huidige Kampioenen van de U.F.C in alle gewichtsklasses:

 

Division Champion Since Defenses
Heavyweight Brazil FabrÝcio Werdum Jun 13, 2015 0
Light Heavyweight United States Daniel Cormier May 23, 2015 0
Middleweight United States Chris Weidman Jul 6, 2013 3
Welterweight United States Robbie Lawler Dec 6, 2014 0
Lightweight Brazil Rafael dos Anjos Mar 14, 2015 0
Featherweight Brazil JosÚ Aldo Nov 20, 2010 7
Bantamweight United States T.J. Dillashaw May 24, 2014 1
Flyweight United States Demetrious Johnson Sep 22, 2012 6
 

 

U.F.C Women Champions

 

Division Champion Since Title defenses
Bantamweight Ronda Rousey Dec 6, 2012 4
Stra Weight TBD - -

 

 

  Championship history Heavyweight Championship 206 to 265 lb (93 to 120 kg)        
  Name Event Date Reign
(Total)
Defenses
  Mark Coleman
def. Dan Severn
UFC 12
Dothan, AL, USA
Feb 7, 1997 170 days
  Maurice Smith UFC 14
Birmingham, AL, USA
Jul 27, 1997 147 days

1. def. David Abbott at UFC 15 on Oct 17, 1997

  Randy Couture UFC Japan
Yokohama, Japan
Dec 21, 1997 ? days
Couture was stripped of the title in January 1998 when he left the UFC due to a contract dispute.[1]
  Bas Rutten
def. Kevin Randleman
UFC 20
Birmingham, AL, USA
May 7, 1999 ? days
Rutten vacated the title in June 1999 in order to drop down to Light heavyweight. He retired soon after due to training injuries.[9]
  Kevin Randleman
def. Pete Williams
UFC 23
Tokyo, Japan
Nov 19, 1999 364 days

1. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 26 on Jun 9, 2000

  Randy Couture (2) UFC 28
Atlantic City, NJ, USA
Nov 17, 2000 490 days
(490+ days)

1. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 31 on May 4, 2001
2. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 34 on Nov 2, 2001

  Josh Barnett UFC 36
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Mar 22, 2002 126 days
Barnett was stripped of the title on July 26, 2002 after testing positive for anabolic steroids in a post-fight drug test.[10]
  Ricco Rodriguez
def. Randy Couture
UFC 39
Uncasville, CT, USA
Sep 27, 2002 154 days
  Tim Sylvia UFC 41
Atlantic City, NJ, USA
Feb 28, 2003 229 days

1. def. Gan McGee at UFC 44 on Sep 26, 2003

Sylvia was stripped of the title on October 15, 2003 after testing positive for anabolic steroids in a post-fight drug test.[11]
  Frank Mir
def. Tim Sylvia
UFC 48
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Jun 19, 2004 419 days
  Andrei Arlovski
def. Tim Sylvia> for interim title
UFC 51
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Feb 5, 2005

1. def. Justin Eilers at UFC 53 on Jun 4, 2005

Mir was stripped of the title on August 12, 2005 for inactivity resulting from injuries he sustained in a road accident.[12]
  Andrei Arlovski
promoted to undisputed champion
Aug 12, 2005 246 days

1. def. Paul Buentello at UFC 55 on Oct 7, 2005

  Tim Sylvia (2) UFC 59
Anaheim, CA, USA
Apr 15, 2006 322 days
(551 days)

1. def. Andrei Arlovski at UFC 61 on Jul 8, 2006
2. def. Jeff Monson at UFC 65 on Nov 18, 2006

  Randy Cout (3) UFC 68
Columbus, OH, USA
Mar 3, 2007 623 days
(1,113+ days)

1. def. Gabriel Gonzaga at UFC 74 on Aug 25, 2007

  Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira
def. Tim Sylvia for interim title
UFC 81
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Feb 2, 2008
  Brock Lesnar UFC 91
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Nov 15, 2008 707 days

1. def. interim champion Frank Mir at UFC 100 on Jul 11, 2009
2. def. interim champion Shane Carwin at UF116 on Jul 3, 2010

  Frank Mir
def. interim champion Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
UFC 92
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Dec 27, 2008
  Shane Carwin
def.Frank Mir for interim title
UFC 111
Newark, NJ, USA
Mar 27, 2010
  Cain Velasquez UFC 121
Anaheim, CA, USA
Oct 23, 2010 385 days
  Junior dos Santos UFC on Fox 1
Anaheim, CA, USA
Nov 12, 2011 320 days
(incumbent)

1. def. Frank Mir at UFC 146 on May 26, 2012

  Cain Velasquez UFC 155
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Dec 29, 2012 431 days
(816 days)
(incumbent)

1. def. Antonio Silva at UFC 160 on May 25, 2013
2. def. Junior dos Santos at UFC 166 on Oct 19, 2013

Light Heavyweight Championship

186 to 205 lb (84 to 93 kg)
The Light Heavyweight Title was known as the Middleweight Title prior to UFC 31 (May 4, 2001).
The Pride World Middleweight Title (204.6 lb) was unified with the UFC Light Heavyweight Title on September 8, 2007 when Quinton Jackson defeated Dan Henderson at UFC 75.
         
Name Event Date Reign
(Total)
Defenses
Frank Shamrock
def. Kevin Jackson
UFC Japan
Yokohama, Japan
Dec 21, 1997 703 days

1. def. Igor Zinoviev at UFC 16 on Mar 13, 1998
2. def. Jeremy Horn at UFC 17 on May 15, 1998
3. def. John Lober at UFC Brazil on Oct 16, 1998
4. def. Tito Ortiz at UFC 22 on Sep 24, 1999

Shamrock vacated the title on November 24, 1999 when he retired from the UFC, citing a lack of competition.[1]
Tito Ortiz
def. Wanderlei Silva
UFC 25
Tokyo, Japan
Apr 14, 2000 1,260 days

1. def. Yuki Kondo at UFC 29 on Dec 16, 2000
2. def. Evan Tanner at UFC 30 on Feb 23, 2001
3. def. Elvis Sinosic at UFC 32 on Jun 29, 2001
4. def. Vladimir Matyushenko at UFC 33 on Sep 28, 2001
5. def. Ken Shamrock at UFC 40 on Nov 22, 2002

Randy Couture
def. Chuck Liddell for interim title
UFC 43
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Jun 6, 2003
Randy Couture UFC 44
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Sep 26, 2003 127 days
Vitor Belfort UFC 46
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Jan 31, 2004 203 days
Randy Couture (2) UFC 49
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Aug 21, 2004 238 days
(365 days)
Chuck Liddell UFC 52
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Apr 16, 2005 770 days

1. def. Jeremy Horn at UFC 54 on Aug 20, 2005
2. def. Randy Couture at UFC 57 on Feb 4, 2006
3. def. Renato Sobral at UFC 62 on Aug 26, 2006
4. def. Tito Ortiz at UFC 66 on Dec 30, 2006

Quinton Jackson UFC 71
Las Vegas, NV, USA
May 26, 2007 406 days

1. def. Dan Henderson at UFC 75 on Sep 8, 2007

Forrest Griffin UFC 86
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Jul 5, 2008 175 days
Rashad Evans UFC 92
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Dec 27, 2008 147 days
Lyoto Machida UFC 98
Las Vegas, NV, USA
May 23, 2009 350 days

1. def. Maurício Rua at UFC 104 on Oct 24, 2009

Maurício Rua UFC 113
Montreal, QC, Canada
May 8, 2010 315 days
Jon Jones UFC 128
Newark, NJ, USA
Mar 19, 2011 558 days
(incumbent)

1. def. Quinton Jackson at UFC 135 on Sep 24, 2011
2. def. Lyoto Machida at UFC 140 on Dec 10, 2011
3. def. Rashad Evans at UFC 145 on Apr 21, 2012
4. def. Vitor Belfort at UFC 152 on Sep 22, 2012

5. def. Chael Sonnen at UFC 159 on April 27, 2013

6.def. Alexander Gustafson at. UFC 165 on September 21 2013

7. def. Glover Teixeira at UFC 172 on April 26 2014

Middleweight Championship

171 to 185 lb (77 to 84 kg)
The Pride World Welterweight Title (183 lb) was unified with the UFC Middleweight Title on March 1, 2008 when Anderson Silva defeated Dan Henderson at UFC 82.
Name Event Date Reign Defenses
Dave Menne
def. Gil Castillo
UFC 33
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Sep 28, 2001 105 days
Murilo Bustamante UFC 35
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Jan 11, 2002 267 days

1. def. Matt Lindland at UFC 37 on May 10, 2002

Evan Tanner
def. David Terrell
UFC 51
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Feb 5, 2005 119 days
Rich Franklin UFC 53
Atlantic City, NJ, USA
Jun 4, 2005 497 days

1. def. Nate Quarry at UFC 56 on Nov 19, 2005
2. def. David Loiseau at UFC 58 on Mar 4, 2006

Anderson Silva UFC 64
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Oct 14, 2006 2175 days
(incumbent)

1. def. Nate Marquardt at UFC 73 on Jul 7, 2007
2. def. Rich Franklin at UFC 77 on Oct 20, 2007
3. def. Dan Henderson at UFC 82 on Mar 1, 2008
4. def. Patrick Côté at UFC 90 on Oct 25, 2008
5. def. Thales Leites at UFC 97 on Apr 18, 2009
6. def. Demian Maia at UFC 112 on Apr 10, 2010
7. def. Chael Sonnen at UFC 117 on Aug 7, 2010
8. def. Vitor Belfort at UFC 126 on Feb 5, 2011
9. def. Yushin Okami at UFC 134 on Aug 27, 2011
10. def. Chael Sonnen at UFC 148 on Jul 7, 2012
1.

Chris Weidman UFC 162
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Jul 6, 2013 466 days
(incumbent)

1. def. Anderson Silva at UFC 162 on July 6, 20132. def. Anderson Silva at UFC 168 on Dec 28, 2013
3. def. Lyoto Machida at UFC 175 on Jul 5, 2014

Welterweight Championship

156 to 170 lb (70 to 77 kg)
The Welterweight Title was known as the Lightweight Title prior to UFC 31 (May 4, 2001).
Name
Event
Date
Reign
(Total)
Defenses
Pat Miletich
def. Mikey Burnett
UFC Brazil
São Paulo, Brazil
Oct 16, 1998
931 days

1. def. Jorge Patino at UFC 18 on Jan 8, 1999
2. def. Andre Pederneiras at UFC 21 on Jul 16, 1999
3. def. John Alessio at UFC 26 on Jun 9, 2000
4. def. Kenichi Yamamoto at UFC 29 on Dec 16, 2000

Carlos Newton
UFC 31
Atlantic City, NJ, USA
May 04, 2001
239 days
Matt Hughes
UFC 34
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Nov 2, 2001
820 days

1. def. Hayato Sakurai at UFC 36 on Mar 22, 2002
2. def. Carlos Newton at UFC 38 on Jul 13, 2002
3. def. Gil Castillo at UFC 40 on Nov 22, 2002
4. def. Sean Sherk at UFC 42 on Apr 25, 2003
5. def. Frank Trigg at UFC 45 on Nov 21, 2003

B.J. Penn
UFC 46
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Jan 31, 2004
107 days
def. Matt Hughes at UFC 46 , Penn was stripped of the title on May 17, 2004 when he left the UFC for K-1.
Matt Hughes (2)
def. Georges St-Pierre
UFC 50
Atlantic City, NJ, USA
Oct 22, 2004
757 days
(1,577 days)

1. def. Frank Trigg at UFC 52 on Apr 16, 2005
2. def. B.J. Penn at UFC 63 on Sep 23, 2006

Georges St. Pierre
UFC 65
Sacramento, CA, USA
Nov 18, 2006
140 days
Matt Serra
UFC 69
Houston, TX, USA
Apr 7, 2007
378 days
Georges St-Pierre
def. Matt Hughes for interim title
UFC 79
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Dec 29, 2007
Georges St-Pierre (2)
UFC 83
Montreal, QC, Canada
Apr 19, 2008
&100000000000016220000001,622 days
(&100000000000017620000001,762 days)
(incumbent)

1. def. Jon Fitch at UFC 87 on Aug 9, 2008
2. def. B.J. Penn at UFC 94 on Jan 31, 2009
3. def. Thiago Alves at UFC 100 on Jul 11, 2009
4. def. Dan Hardy at UFC 111 on Mar 27, 2010
5. def. Josh Koscheck at UFC 124 on Dec 11, 2010
6. def. Jake Shields at UFC 129 on Apr 30, 2011

Carlos Condit
def. Nick Diaz for interim title
UFC 143
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Feb 4, 2012
&10000000000000236000000236 days
(incumbent)
Johny Hendricks
def. Robbie Lawler
UFC 171
Dallas, TX, USA
Mar 15, 2014 7002214000000000000214 days
(incumbent)
 
Robbie Lawler def. Johny Hendricks
UFC 181 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Dec 6, 2014

Lightweight Championship

146 to 155 lb (66 to 70 kg)
The Lightweight Title was known as the Bantamweight Title prior to UFC 31 (May 4, 2001).
Name
Event
Date
Reign
Defenses
Jens Pulver
def. Caol Uno
UFC 30
Atlantic City, NJ, USA
Feb 23, 2001
393 days

1. def. Dennis Hallman at UFC 33 on Sep 28, 2001
2. def. B.J. Penn at UFC 35 on Jan 11, 2002

Pulver was stripped of the title on March 23, 2002 when he left the UFC due to a contract dispute.

B.J. Penn and Caol Uno fought to a draw on February 28, 2003 at UFC 41 in Atlantic City, NJ, USA in the finale of a 4-man tournament for the vacant title.[1]

2
Sean Sherk
def. Kenny Florian
UFC 64
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Oct 14, 2006
420 days

1. def.Hermes Franca at UFC 73 on Jul 7, 2007

Sherk was stripped of the title on December 8, 2007 after testing positive for anabolic steroids in a post-fight drug test.[14]

3
B.J. Penn
def. Joe Stevenson
UFC 80
Newcastle, England
Jan 19, 2008
812 days

1. def. Sean Sherk at UFC 84 on May 24, 2008
2. def. Kenny Florian at UFC 101 on Aug 8, 2009
3. def. Diego Sanchez at UFC 107 on Dec 12, 2009

4
Frankie Edgar
UFC 112
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Apr 10, 2010
687 days

1. def. B.J. Penn at UFC 118 on Aug 28, 2010
2. drew with Gray Maynard at UFC 125 on Jan 1, 2011
3. def. Gray Maynard at UFC 136 on Oct 8, 2011

5
Benson Henderson
UFC 144
Saitama, Japan
Feb 26, 2012
214 days
(incumbent)

1. def. Frankie Edgar at UFC 150 on Aug 11, 2012

6
Anthony Pettis
UFC 164 Milwaukee, Wisconsin , United States
Feb 26, 2012
214 days
(incumbent)

1. def. Benson Henderson at UFC 164 on Aug 31, 2013

Featherweight Championship

136 to 145 lb (61 to 66 kg)
Prior to the UFC-WEC merger, José Aldo was the WEC Featherweight Champion. Aldo was awarded the inaugural UFC Featherweight Championship on Nov 20, 2010 at UFC 123 in a ceremony prior to the event.[15]
No.
Name
Event
Date
Reign
Defenses
1
José Aldo
promoted to undisputed champion
UFC 123
Auburn Hills, MI, USA
Nov 20, 2010
677 days
(incumbent)

1. def. Mark Hominick at UFC 129 on Apr 30, 2011
2. def. Kenny Florian at UFC 136 on Oct 8, 2011
3. def. Chad Mendes at UFC 142 on Jan 14, 2012

4. def. Frankie Edgar at UFC 156 on Feb 2, 2013

5. def. Chan Sung Jung at UFC 163 on Aug 3, 2013

6. def. Ricardo Lamas at UFC 169 on Feb 1, 2014

7. def. Chad Mendes at UFC 179 on October 25, 2014

Bantamweight Championship

126 to 135 lb (57 to 61 kg)
Prior to UFC-WEC merger, Dominick Cruz was the WEC Bantamweight Champion. At WEC 53 Cruz defeated Scott Jorgensen to retain the WEC Bantamweight Championship and become the inaugural UFC Bantamweight Champion.[16]
No.
Name
Event
Date
Reign
Defenses
1
Dominick Cruz
def. Scott Jorgensen
WEC 53
Glendale, AZ, USA
Dec 16, 2010
651 days
(incumbent)

1. def. Urijah Faber at UFC 132 on Jul 2, 2011
2. def. Demetrious Johnson at UFC Live: Cruz vs. Johnson on Oct 1, 2011

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Renan Barão
def. Urijah Faber for interim title
UFC 149
Calgary, AB, Canada
Jul 21, 2012
&1000000000000006800000068 days
(incumbent)
3
T.J Dillashaw
UFC 149
Calgary, AB, Canada
May 24, 2014
1. def Renan Barao (c) at UFC 173 on May 24, 2014

Flyweight Championship

116 to 125 lb (53 to 57 kg)
Demetrious Johnson defeated Joseph Benavidez on September 22, 2012 at UFC 152 in Toronto, ON, Canada in the finale of a 4-man tournament for the inaugural title.
No. Name Event Date Reign Defenses
1
Demetrious Johnson
def.Joseph Benavidez
UFC 152
Toronto, ON, Canada
Sep 22, 2012
5 days
(incumbent)

Superfight Championship

An openweight title used before the introduction of weight classes in 1997. It was designed to create a reigning UFC Champion for the UFC tournament winners to challenge.
No. Name Event Date Reign Defenses
Ken Shamrock and Royce Gracie fought to a draw on April 7, 1995 at UFC 5 in Charlotte, NC, USA for the inaugural Superfight title.[1]
1
Ken Shamrock
def.Dan Severn
UFC 6
Casper, WY, USA
Jul 14, 1995
308 days

1. drew with Oleg Taktarov at UFC 7 on Sep 8, 1995
2. def. Kimo Leopoldo at UFC 8 on Feb 16, 1996

2
Dan Severn
UFC 9
Detroit, MI, USA
May 17, 1996
266 days
Mark Coleman defeated Severn on February 7, 1997 at UFC 12 in Dothan, AL, USA. This bout unified the UFC Superfight Championship with the UFC Tournament Championship to determine the inaugural Heavyweight Champion.

Tournament Champions

Event
Date
Weight class
Winner
Runner-up
UFC 1
Nov 12, 1993
None
Royce Gracie
Gerard Gordeau
UFC 2
Mar 11, 1994
None
Royce Gracie (2)
Patrick Smith
UFC 3
Sep 9, 1994
None
Steve Jennum
Harold Howard
UFC 4
Dec 16, 1994
None
Royce Gracie (3)
Dan Severn
Apr 7, 1995
None
Dan Severn
Dave Beneteau
Jul 14, 1995
None
Oleg Taktarov
David ''Tank'' Abbott
Sep 8, 1995
None
Marco Ruas
Paul Varelans
Dec 16, 1995
None
Dan Severn (2)
Oleg Taktarov
Feb 16, 1996
None
Don Frye
Gary Goodridge
Jul 12, 1996
None
Mark Coleman
Don Frye
Sep 20, 1996
None
Mark Coleman (2)
Scott Ferrozzo
Dec 7, 1996
None
Don Frye (2)
David ''Tank'' Abbott
Feb 7, 1997
Heavyweight
Vitor Belfort
Scott Ferrozzo
Lightweight
Jerry Bohlander
Nick Sanzo
May 30, 1997
Heavyweight
Randy Couture
Steven Graham
Lightweight
Guy Mezger
Tito Ortiz
July 27, 1997
Heavyweight
Mark Kerr
Dan Bobish
Middleweight
Kevin Jackson
Tony Fryklund
Oct 17, 1997
Heavyweight
Mark Kerr (2)
Dwayne Cason
Dec 21, 1997
Heavyweight
Kazushi Sakuraba
Marcus Silveira
Mar 13, 1998
Lightweight
Pat Miletich
Chris Brennan
May 15, 1998
Middleweight
Dan Henderson
Carlos Newton
Nov 19, 1999
Middleweight
Kenichi Yamamoto
Katsuhisa Fujii
Feb 28, 2003
Lightweight
B.J. Penn drew with Caol Uno in the finale of the 4-man tournament.
Sep 22, 2012
Flyweight

 

 

 

Golden Glory era

Founded by Dutch combat sports promotor Bas Boon with top trainer Martijn de Jong and media specialist Bertrand van der Ryd in 2006 in Amsterdam, Netherlands as a series of events for fighters from the Golden Glory stable to compete on, the promotion was originally known as Ultimate Glory before a lawsuit with Zuffa, the company behind the Ultimate Fighting Championship, forced a name change to United Glory.

United Glory's first major event, Ultimate Glory 11: A Decade of Fights, was held at Amsterdam Centraal on October 17, 2009 and was headlined by two legendary heavyweights in Alexey Ignashov and Semmy Schilt while also featuring a host of other top kickboxers. This event was the first of a number shown on the United States'sHDNet television network.

In October 2010, the 2010-2011 Glory World Series began. It featured an eight man welterweight MMA tournament and heavyweight kickboxing tournament. The first event was held in Amsterdam, Netherlands at United Glory 12,[2] and the second at United Glory 13 in Belgium in March 2011[3] after being pushed back from January due to injuries.[4] The finals took place in Moscow, Russia in May 2011 at United Glory 14, where Gokhan Saki won the kickboxing tournament and Siyar Bahadurzada won the MMA tournament.

Glory Sports International era

When K-1, historically the world's premier kickboxing organization, began suffering from extreme financial difficulties in 2011, Total Sports Asia, TSA CEO Marcus Luer, London-based French investor Pierre Andurand, and Scott Rudmann of Nectar Capital attempted to buy the brand. When K-1 was instead sold to Gunil "Mike" Kim and EMCOM Entertainment Inc., Pierre Andurand, TSA, and the other investors decided to start a brand new label and kickboxing organisation called GLORY, and bought United Glory, Golden Glory and It's Showtime in order to secure a top event production team, and to secure all the top fighters in the world.[6] GSI signed most of the world's top talent such as Peter Aerts,Remy Bonjasky, Semmy Schilt,Gokhan Saki, Daniel Ghiţă, Albert Kraus,Giorgio Petrosyan and Yoshihiro Sato whereas United Glory, Golden Glory and It's Showtime executives Bas Boon, Martijn de Jong, and Simon Rutz became GLORY consultants. That year also saw Glory World Series introduce a new tournament format: Grand Slam, a one-night, 16-man grand prix that will be held for the first time on December 31, 2012 in Tokyo. GSI is producing a double show on NYE 2012 at Saitama arena. The show will first start with a revival of Dream (mixed martial arts) with Dream 18, and then will follow with GLORY 4 the kickboxing Heavyweight Grand Slam with the 16 best stand-up fighters in the world, including legends Semmy Schilt, Peter Aerts, Remy Bonjasky, and upcoming stars Daniel Ghiţă and Gökhan Saki.

In November 2012, Glory entered into a partnership with the ONE Fighting Championship mixed martial arts promotions to share fighters.

 


Glory 1: Stockholm 26 Mei , 2012 Ericsson Globe Stockholm, Sweden  
Glory 2: Brussels 6 Oktober , 2012 Forest National Brussels , Belgium Geen toernooi-opzet , Alleen Single Fights
Event Date Venue City Winner
Glory 3: Rome - 2012 70kg Slam Final 8 3 November , 2012 PalaLottomatica Rome, Italy Giorgio Petrosyan
Glory 4: Tokyo - 2012 Heavyweight Grand Slam 31 December , 2012 Saitama Super Arena Saitama, Japan Semmy Schilt
Glory 5: London 23 Maart , 2013 ExCeL Arena London, England Geen toernooi-opzet , Alleen Single Fights
Glory 6: Istanbul 6 April , 2013 Ülker Arena Istanbul, Turkey  Geen toernooi-opzet , Alleen Single Fights
Glory 7: Milan 20 April , 2013 Mediolanum Forum Milan, Italy Geen toernooi-opzet , Alleen Single Fights
Glory 8: Tokyo - 2013 65kg Slam 3 Mei , 2013 Ariake Coliseum Tokyo, Japan Yuta Kubo
Glory 9: New York -2013 95 kg Slam June 22, 2013 Hammerstein Ballroom New York City, New York, USA Tyrone Spong (Def. Dany Ilungo)
Glory 10: Los Angeles - Middleweight World Championship Tournament September 28, 2013 Citizens Business Bank Arena Ontario, California, USA Joe Schilling (Def. Artem Levin)
Glory 11: Chicago - Heavyweight World Championship Tournament October 12, 2013 Sears Centre Hoffman Estates, Illinois, USA Rico Verhoeven (Def. Daniel Ghita)
Glory 12: New York - Lightweight World Championship Tournament November 23, 2013 The Theater at Madison Square Garden New York City, New York, USA Andy Ristie (Def. Robin van Roosmalen)
Glory 13: Tokyo - Welterweight World Championship Tournament December 21, 2013 Ariake Coliseum Tokyo, Japan Nieky Holzken (Def. Joseph Valtellini)
Glory 14: Zagreb - Middleweight Contender Tournament & Lightweight World Title March 8, 2014 Arena Zagreb Zagreb, Croatia

Alex Pereira (Def. Sahak Paparyan for the Middleweight Championship Title)

Davit Kiria (Def. Andy Ristie For the LightWeight Championship Title)

Glory 15: Istanbul - Light Heavyweight World Championship Tournament April 12, 2014 Ülker Sports Arena Istanbul, Turkey Gökhan Saki (Def. Tyrone Spong for the Light Heavyweight Championship Tournament Final)
Glory 16: Denver - Heavyweight Contender Tournament & Welterweight World Title May 3, 2014 1stBank Center Broomfield, Colorado, USA Marc de Bonte (Def. Karapet Karapetyan for the Welterweight Championship Tournament Final)
Glory 17: Los Angeles - Middleweight Last Man Standing Tournament & Heavyweight World Title & Welterweight World Title & Featherweight Contender Tournament June 21, 2014 The Forum Inglewood, California, USA

Artem Levin (Def. Joe Schilling for the Middleweight Championship Tournament Final)

 

Rico Verhoeven (Def. Daniel Ghita for the Heavyweight Championship Title Fight)

Middleweight Last Man Standing Tournament Final
Glory 18: Oklahoma - Light Heavyweight Contender Tournament & Lightweight World Title November 7, 2014 Grand Casino Hotel Resort Shawnee, Oklahoma, USA  
GLORY 19 San Jose
T.B.A T.B.A

San Jose, California
USA

GLORY 20 Ljubljana T.B.A T.B.A Ljubljana, Slovenia
GLORY 21 Chicago
T.B.A T.B.A Chicago, Illinois, USA
GLORY 22 Paris T.B.A T.B.A Paris, France  
GLORY 23 Los Angeles T.B.A T.B.A Los Angeles, California, USA  
GLORY 24 Amsterdam T.B.A T.B.A Amsterdam, Netherlands  
GLORY 25 New York T.B.A T.B.A New York, New York, USA  
         

 

 

Huidige Kampioenen van de Glory World Series in alle gewichtsklasses:

Division Upper weight limit Champion Since Title defenses
+95 kg (209.4 lb)
June 21, 2014
0
95 kg (209.4 lb)
April 12, 2014
0
85 kg (187.4 lb)
June 21, 2014
0
77 kg (169.8 lb)
June 21, 2014
0
70 kg (154.3 lb)
March 8, 2014
0
65 kg (143.3 lb)
TBD

 

 

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