Saturday November 23, Bloody Elbow presents live fight coverage of Glory 12 New York, live on Spike TV. Glory 12 New York airs live on Spike this Saturday, November 23 with a fight time of 9:00 p.m. ET. Bloody Elbow will have live fight coverage, including results and discussion, right here.
Saturday night, I will be live at the event, providing live results and tweets of all the action. Follow along at @FCoffeen for all the updates. And for those interested, yes, this should end before Pacquiao and Rios hit the ring.
Glory 12 New York features an excellent 4 man Lightweight tournament. Participants include the #1 pound for pound king Giorgio Petrosyan, #2 Robin van Roosmalen, and top 5 fighters Andy Ristie and Davit Kiria. It's an excellent, stacked tournament, and another chance to see the best kickboxer in the world ply his trade. The live Spike broadcast features 6 fights total, and should be another excellent show for Glory. Hopefully, the company will build off the momentum started by Glory 11 on Spike, and more people will tune in this weekend.
Get all the details on the card right here:
Fight time: 9:00 p.m. ET
TV Network: Spike TV (US)
Fight Card (Spike): Joe Schilling vs. Wayne Barrett; Semi-final: Giorgio Petrosyan vs. Andy Ristie; Semi-final: Robin van Roosmalen vs. Davit Kiria; Final; Reserve: Ky Hollenbeck vs. Warren Stevelmans; Jamal Ben Saddik vs. Ben Edwards
Results: Check back later.
Live stream: There is no legal live stream available in the US. Check back tomorrow for international live stream.
Discussion thread: Join us here for live discussion.
Join us here at Bloody Elbow for Glory 12 New York live on Spike with results, discussion, and live fight coverage this Saturday, November 23.
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