GLORY 91 Live Results

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Your combat sports Saturday begins with some kickboxing action from the host city of this summer’s Olympic Games. Before UFC Vegas 91 begins,  Dome de Paris is the home arena for GLORY Kickboxing‘s latest show, GLORY 91.  Coverage of the card can be seen beginning at 12:30 pm ET/ 9:30 am PT today on Bally Sports’ betting app, Bally Live! and on Stadium (inside the United States) with the three-fight undercard.

This afternoon’s prelims can also be seen on Fubo Sports Network as well as the Fubo Sports YouTube channel. A seven-fight main card follows at 2 pm ET/ 11 am PT on Bally Live! and Stadium.

Main Event

Your main event of the evening is the battle for the GLORY Kickboxing Welterweight Championship of the World. Incumbent titleholder Endy Semeleer (36-1 kickboxing, 5-0 GLORY) fights No. 1 contender Chico Kwasi (42-5 kickboxing, 3-2 GLORY). This title fight is an advertised maximum of five rounds at three minutes per round.

Co-Main Event

Immediately beforehand, your co-main event sees light heavyweight action when No. 2 contender Bahram Rajabzadeh (66-2 kickboxing, 4-2 GLORY) meets 40-fight veteran Kevin Oumar (33-7 kickboxing, GLORY promotional debut).

Rest of the Card

Also on today’s main card, you’ll see a contracted catchweight at 159 lbs. between Youssef Boughanem (187-43-8 kickboxing, GLORY promotional debut) and Stanislav Kazantsev (25-8-1 kickboxing, GLORY promotional debut), a heavyweight fight matching No. 6 contender Sofian Laidouni (35-3 kickboxing, 3-1 GLORY) with Vladimir Toktasynov (51-19 kickboxing, 0-1 GLORY), a qualifying fight for the GLORY Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Tournament between No. 5 contender Mohamed Amine (29-6 kickboxing, 1-3 GLORY) and No. 9 contender Pascal Toure (18-6 kickboxing. 0-1 GLORY), a welterweight tilt versing Cyril Benzaquen (57-12-3 kickboxing, GLORY promotional debut) and Soufian Abdelkhalek (3-2-1 kickboxing, 0-1 GLORY) and a featherweight affair matching No. 10 contender David Mejia (61-16 kickboxing, 0-1 GLORY) and Bobo Sacko (75-6-1 kickboxing, GLORY promotional debut.)

GLORY 91 Results:

Main Card: (2 pm ET/ 11 am PT, Stadium/ Bally Live!)

Main Event: Chico Kwasi def. Endy Semeleer by TKO (Three-Knockdown Rule) at 2:07 into Round 2, wins GLORY Kickboxing Welterweight Championship.

Co-Main Event: Bahram Rajabzadeh def. Kevin Oumar by KO (Punch) at 0:21 into Round 3.

Youssef Boughanem def. Stanislav Kazantsev by TKO (Doctor’s Stoppage, Injury) at 1:17 into Round 2.  Catchweight: 159 lbs.

Sofian Laidouni def. Vladimir Toktasynov by TKO (Injury) at 0:42 into Round 1.

Pascal Toure def. Mohamed Amine by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 28-29, 29-28, 29-28).  GLORY Kickboxing Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Qualifying Round

Soufian Abdelkhalek def. Cyril Benzaquen by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.)

Bobo Sacko def. David Mejia by KO (Punch) at 0:55 into Round 1.

Prelims: (12:30 pm ET/ 9:30 am PT, Stadium/ Bally Live!)

Featured Prelim: Robin Ciric def. Diaguely Camara by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.)

Co-Featured Prelim: Medhi Ait El Hadj def. Ismail Ouzgni by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28, 29-28, 30-27.)

Rami Deghir def. Florian Kroger by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.)

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Drew Zuhosky has been writing about combat sports since May of 2018, coming to MMASucka after stints at Overtime Heroics and Armchair All-Americans. A graduate of Youngstown State University in Youngstown, OH, Drew is a charter member of the Youngstown Press Club. Prior to beginning his professional career, Drew was a sportswriter for YSU's student-run newspaper, The Jambar, where he supplied Press Box Perspective columns every week.

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