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The schedule and lineup for the GLORY 84 event featuring a champion versus champion fight.


In Rotterdam, Netherlands, GLORY 84 is scheduled for Saturday, March 11. The main event will feature a super fight between two champions, as Tyjani Beztati defends his GLORY lightweight championship against featherweight king Petchpanomrung ‘Petch’ Kiatmookao.

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Roberto Villa is the Chief Executive Officer, Founder, Senior Editor, and Executive Writer of FightBook MMA. He has a deep interest in Combat Sports and is also the host of the Sitting Ringside podcast. Additionally, he has experience as an MMA fighter and Kickboxer.The GLORY 84 event is scheduled for Saturday, March 11 at Topsportcentrum in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. It will be broadcasted live on Videoland in the Netherlands, as well as on PPV through GLORY Fights for viewers worldwide. Additionally, various broadcast partners around the world will also air the event.Also featured on the fight card are several exciting matchups, including a highly anticipated welterweight fight between Jay Overmeer from the Netherlands (with a record of 28 wins and 4 knockouts) and Jamie Bates from the UK (with a record of 27 wins and 3 knockouts). Additionally, Nordine Mahieddine, a well-known heavyweight contender, will be moving down to light heavyweight to face Felipe Micheletti, who has a record of 16 wins and 5 knockouts. Ertugrul Bayrak, a former middleweight title challenger, will be facing off against Michael Boapeah, an unpredictable fighter with a record of 13 wins, 3 losses, and 1 draw. Finally, Nabil Khachab, with a record of 25 wins and 3 knockouts, will be taking on Sofian Laidouni from France (with a record of 34 wins, 2 losses, and 1 draw) in what promises to be an exciting matchup.Beztati, also known as ‘The Wonderboy’, started his reign at GLORY 78 by winning a unanimous decision against Elvis Gashi. He has since defended his title twice, defeating Josh Jauncey and Stoyan Koprivlenski in his most recent fight.Beztati faces a difficult task as he defends his championship title against Petch, the featherweight champion also known as ‘The Professor’. Petch has had an impressive record in his division, successfully defending his crown four times and defeating notable opponents such as Robin van Roosmalen, Kevin VanNostrand, Serhii Adamchuk, and Abraham Vidales. He aims to add the GLORY Champ Champ title to his list of achievements.The upcoming event will feature a light heavyweight match as the co-headliner, with Tarik Khbabez (47-10-1, 26 KO) facing off against Daniel Toledo (17-5) from Spain. Khbabez narrowly missed out on winning the light heavyweight championship at GLORY: COLLISION 4, which was deemed the ‘Fight of the Year’ for 2022 along with his opponent Sergej Maslobojev. He aims to bounce back against Toledo, who is a formidable opponent making his debut in the promotion on short notice.

The preliminary fights for GLORY 84 will showcase two thrilling bouts, with welterweight fighters Chico Kwasi (36-4, 24 KO) and Stefan Orza (18-0, 8 KO) facing off against each other, and heavyweight contenders David Tuitupou (9-0, 4 KO) and Strahinja Mitric (20-1, 13 KO) going head-to-head.

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