Glory: Collision Post Fight Presser
Members of the media sat down with with head of talent operations Cor Hemmers and CEO Jon Franklin moments after the historic Glory Collision event which took place at the König-Pilsener-ARENA in Oberhausen, Germany last night.
Among other things Jon Franklin and Cor Hemmers spoke about the controversial ending of the main event between Rico Verhoeven and Badr Hari.
Hemmers answered questions from the media and gave his opinion on various topics that are worth a listen. Hemmers announced that in 2017 Glory will finally debut in China. He unofficially announced Ilonga vs. Duut as fight of the night and discussed possible upcoming opponents for Rico Verhoeven.
Jon Franklin was excited to hear but would not release the UFC TV numbers which is exciting for fight fans because that partnership will help propel kickboxing in America and across the world. Franklin also spoke about the 18 events that will take place in 2017. Franklin was also asked about the possibility of some UFC fighters taking a kickboxing match under the glory promotion.