Glory: Collision 5 has confirmed three world championship matches at the June 17 event. The kickboxing fight card will take place live from the Rotterdam Ahoy arena in the Netherlands.
This highly anticipated event, taking place at the Rotterdam Ahoy arena in the Netherlands, will feature some of the most talented fighters in the sport as they battle it out for the ultimate glory. With three world titles on the line, including the interim-GLORY heavyweight championship, GLORY Light Heavyweight crown, and the GLORY Kickboxing Middleweight World title, fans can expect an unforgettable evening of combat sports.
Glory Collision 5 on June 17
Antonio Plazibat vs ‘Cookie’ Tariq Osaro – Interim Heavyweight Title
Knockout fighters Antonio Plazibat and ‘Cookie’ Tariq Osaro will be the GLORY Collision 5 main event. These two heavyweights will fight for the interim-GLORY heavyweight championship.
Croatia’s Plazibat is the current number-one ranked heavyweight as he has put together an unforgettable four-fight knockout win streak in the heavyweight division.
Kevin Tariq Osaro is fresh of off his one-night tournament victory at GLORY 85. The Dutch-Nigerian ‘Cookie’ was able to knock out Murat Aygun and Jahfarr Wilnis to earn this opportunity.
Donegi Abena vs Tarik ‘The Tank’ Khbabez – Light Heavyweight Title
Donegi Abena just captured the GLORY Light Heavyweight crown and will put it on the line at Collision 5. The Surinamese-Dutch fighter captured the GLORY gold against Sergej Maslobojev in February of this year.
Looking to take the world title from him in the Moroccan crowd favorite Tarik Khbabez. The Moroccan athlete is just coming off of a knockout win against Daniel Toledo.
Donovan Wisse vs Serkan Ozcaglayan – Middleweight Title
The GLORY Kickboxing Middleweight World title will be on the line as Donovan Wisse will look to defend his throne against Serkan Ozcaglayan.
The Surinamese athlete Donovan Wisse is on a seven-fight wins streak and has remained unbeaten since winning GLORY gold.
The Turkish-Dutch Ozcaglayan has been determined to capture this world title. The 28-year-old fighter has won the majority of his GLORY kickboxing bouts by way of knockout. Most recently, he stopped Sergej Braun with a left hook.
The anticipation for Glory Collision 5 is building as the kickboxing fight card has confirmed three world championship matches for the event. Fans can expect an action-packed night on June 17 as Antonio Plazibat and ‘Cookie’ Tariq Osaro go head-to-head for the interim-GLORY heavyweight championship, Donegi Abena defends his GLORY Light Heavyweight crown against Tarik Khbabez, and Donovan Wisse aims to maintain his record as he defends his GLORY Kickboxing Middleweight World title against Serkan Ozcaglayan.
With these top-tier fighters competing at the Rotterdam Ahoy arena in the Netherlands, Glory Collision 5 is sure to be a thrilling event for all kickboxing followers.