Injury forces two changes to GLORY 64 STRASBOURG card

Injury forces two changes to GLORY 64 STRASBOURG card

Thursday, Feb 21 2019 by John O'Regan

Two changes have been confirmed for the GLORY 64 STRASBOURG card this week, both prompted by injuries sustained during training. 
 
German Heavyweight Mohamed Abdallah (18-3, 5 KO’s) has been forced to withdraw from his Main Card bout with Daniel Skvor (25-9-2, 18 KO’s).
 
His place will now be taken by D’Angelo ‘Big Daddy’ Marshall (18-4, 10 KO’s), currently ranked at #6 and looking to rebound from a loss to Jamal Ben Saddik at GLORY 59 AMSTERDAM in September last year.
 
On the SuperFight Series card, French Middleweight Yassine Ahaggan (33-7, 22 KO’s) has had to withdraw from his match with Matej Penaz (21-2, 10 KO’s) of the Czeck Republic.
 
His place has been taken by Donovan Wisse (11-1, 7 KO’s), who is 1-1 in his last two outings and sits at #6 in the Middleweight rankings.
 
GLORY 63 STRASBOURG takes place Saturday, March 9 at the Rhenus Sport Arena in Strasbourg, France.
 
Welterweight champion Harut Grigorian Headlines in a clash with former champion Cedric Doumbé while the co-main event has women’s super-bantamweight champion Anissa Meksen defending her title on home soil against Tiffany van Soest. 
 
The event airs live worldwide on UFC Fight Pass.

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