Glory 42 Quick Results

Glory the Worlds Top KickBoxing promotion is in PAris France for Glory 42 at the Accorhotels Arena, the headlining bout is a rematch for the Glory Welterweight title, but this time it’s Nieky Holzken challenging Cedric Doumbe for the championship.

The main event will see Cedric Doumbe, trying to defend the Glory Welterweight title for the second time. At Glory Collision Doumbe took the title from his challenger tonight Nieky Holzken. Three months later Doumbe made his first successful defense, scoring a unanimous decision win over Yoann Kongolo. Holzken started his Glory career 12-0, 7 wins by knock out. Holzken has won tournaments, titles, and defended, earning him another championship opportunity.

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Welterweight Title: (C) Cedric Doumbe def. Nieky Holzken by (49-46 x3, 48-47, 46-49) split decision
Lightweight Tournament Final: Christian Baya def. Massaro Glunder (29-28 x3, 28-29, 30-27) split decision
Murthel Groenhart def. Harut Grigorian by KO (punch) R2
Semifinal: Massaro Glunder def. Niclas Larsen by TKO (tournament max knockdown rule/ 2 knock downs in 1 rd) 2:18 R1
Semifinal: Christian Baya def. Anatoly Moiseev by (29-28 x2, 28-29 x2, 30-27) split decision
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Yoann Kongolo def. Yohan Lidon by (30-27 x5) unanimous decision
Nicolas Wamba def. Jhonata Diniz by (30-27 x5) unanimous decision
Zinedine Hameur-Lain def. Freddy Kemayo by KO (head kick) 2:35 R1
Serhiy Adamchuk def. Dylan Salvador by (30-27 x2, 29-28 x2) unanimous decision
Marat Grigorian def. Antonio Gomez by TKO (knee to body) 2:02 R2
Remy Vectol def. Francois Ambang by (30-27 x2, 29-28 x2) unanimous decision

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