This Saturday, March 23, Bloody Elbow presents live coverage of Glory 5 London. This kickboxing show features a huge main event with former K-1 Grand Prix champion Remy Bonjasky taking on the red hot Tyrone Spong. Glory 5 London airs this Saturday, March 23 at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT. Bloody Elbow will have live fight coverage, including results and discussion. Glory 5 London is available as a live stream online.
If you have not yet checked out Glory, you are missing out on some high quality kickboxing action. While they still don't have the brand recognition of K-1, they definitely feature the best kickboxers active today. This card does not have quite the depth of some of their cards, but it more than makes up for it with the main event. Bonjasky vs. Spong is a huge fight - one of the most anticipated non-tournament fights in all of kickboxing in quite some time. Other highlights include Jordan Watson vs. Steve Moxon, and Andy Ristie vs. Albert Kraus. Check out the full fight card below.
70kg: Kerrith Bhella def. Sam Omomogbe by decision.95kg: Boris Uhlik def. Fraser Weightman by decision.70kg: Chad Sugden def. Sam Wilson by decision.85kg: Marlon Hunt def. Andrei Manzolo by decision.77kg: Jonatan Oliveira def. Nicola Gallo by unanimous decision.67kg: Reece McAllister def. Tim Thomas by unanimous decision.70kg: Johann Fauveau def. Constantin Pasniciuc by unanimous decision.HW: Daniel Sam def. Jaideep Singh by unanimous decision.65kg: Mosab Amrani def. Liam Harrison by KO (Liver Shot) in Round 1.95kg: Michael Duut def. Dustin Jacoby by KO (3 Knockdowns) in Round 1.95kg: Danyo Ilunga def. Stephane Susperregui by KO (Knee) in Round 2.85kg: Steve Wakeling def. Eddie Walker by KO (Low Kicks) in Round 2.70kg: Albert Kraus def. Warren Stevelmans by unanimous decision.70kg: Jordan Watson def. Steve Moxon by unanimous decision.HW: Tyrone Spong def. Remy Bonjasky by KO (Right Hook) in Round 2.
Join us here at Bloody Elbow for Glory 5 London live results, discussion, and fight coverage this Saturday, March 23.