GLORY Kickboxing returns to France on Saturday, September 9th, with the GLORY 88 tournament, which will be held at the Dome in Paris and whose tickets have been completely sold out, and will include the best of Moroccan kickboxing.
Where Moroccan legend and kickboxing icon Badr Hari (106-16, 92 KO) faces combat sports veteran James McSweeney (46-6, 28 KO) in the main event. The winner will advance to the historic GLORY Grand Prix at the end of the year, where eight fighters compete in a one-night tournament for a chance to win $500,000.
Moroccan Sarah Mosaddeq (8-3, 1 KO) will attempt to become the GLORY super bantamweight champion as she faces her old rival Tiffany Van Soest (24-6-2, 9 KO) in the co-main event. This is a rematch of their fight last October. That night, Sarah Mosaddeq narrowly lost by decision and today she is pleased to take her revenge on Van Soest and win GLORY gold.
Elsewhere at GLORY 88, veteran Karim Gadji (103-17-1, 53 KO) is back on the rise and will face Serbian Nikola Todorovic (26-3, 14 KO), and the famous Ilyas Hammouche (32-6, 7 KO) will face German Florian Kruger (19-9, 6 KOs) and Ilyas Chaker (16-3-1, 6 KOs) explode into GLORY and take on Frenchman Diagoli Camara (23-4-1, 10 KOs) in the first fight of the night.
Tickets for GLORY 88 have been sold out for weeks, but Moroccan fans can still watch the entire event live on GLORYFights.com starting at 7pm Moroccan time (8pm CEST).
La Sueur FC 2 will serve as the card for GLORY 88 and will highlight emerging local fighters. It will start at 5:30pm Morocco time (6:30pm CEST) live on the official Las Sueur YouTube channel.
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