GLORY, the world's largest kickboxing organization, and Germany’s leading broadcasting platform for martial arts Fighting.de, have signed a multi-event agreement, making the platform the exclusive provider of GLORY Numbered and Rivals events in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria for the remainder of 2022.
The partnership will kick off with GLORY 81 on August 20th, followed by GLORY 82 on November 19th. The newly created GLORY Rivals series will be streaming on the platform as well starting with GLORY Rivals 2 on September 17th and GLORY Rivals 3 on November 5th.
Jon Martone, Executive Vice President Marketing, Digital & Partnership at GLORY: “We’re excited to sign this agreement with Fighting.de to be an exclusive broadcast partner of GLORY Numbered and Rivals Events in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. We have a long-standing relationship with Fighting.de and we’re looking forward to expanding that partnership together."
"Fans in the region will be excited to know that German commentary will be available through the Fighting.de platform for GLORY 81: Dusseldorf, Headlined by Jamal Ben Saddik and Benny Adegbuyi. We have a long history of success with events in the region, and we’re continuing that success with Fighting.De as our exclusive partner.“
Michael Ortlepp, CEO of Fighting.de said: “GLORY stands for the most exciting kickboxing fights in the world and we are excited to show these amazing events live on Fighting.de. Bringing legends like Badr Hari, Alistair Overeem and Rico Verhoeven into German homes will make this fascinating sport even more popular here. The next event, GLORY 81 in Düsseldorf, will be commented by Fighting.de expert Mark Bergmann with the support of Germany’s most successful kickboxer Enriko Kehl, so that`s an additional treat for the fans.”
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