Card: Sittichai Sit2PN returns at the Glory World Series in a new -70kg tournament – Glory 28 Paris – 12 March 2016
The last time we saw the young Thai ace Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong fighting on one of the most famous international Kickboxing circuit, the Glory World Series, was on 6th November 2015, during the 25th edition of the series, that took place in Monza (Card); in this edition Sitthichai faced, in a superfight, the well known Dutch Kickboxer Robin Van Roosmalen.
This fight, won by RVR by points, has been much criticized by the international audience and experts, because for many it was “stolen“.
We didn’t expected to see the young Thai ace returning on Glory’s rings after this little time and especially after this big disappointment, but eventually he’ll be competing in the Lightweight 4-man Tournament (-70kg) that will take place during Glory 28 Paris on March 12, 2016.
There are not many details about the tournament, but rumors say that Sitthichai will face, in the first semifinal, the well known Georgian kickboxer Davit Kiria, who has already been defeated by him (KO R2) at Glory 22, on 5th June 2015 (Video).
We want you to remember that recently (23rd Januray 2016) Sittichai won the Kunlun Fight World Max 2015 (-70kg) Tournament, defeating in one night the Thai Superbon Banchamek and the Ukrainian Enriko Gogokhia (Video).
The Glory’s 28th edition card features some great international Kickboxing names, such as Rico Varhoeven, Murtel Groenhart, Amrani etc, and also 3 Glory’s title fights (Heavyweight, Light Heavyweight and Featherweight).
Glory World Series Lightweight (-70kg) 4-man Tournament:
- Semifinal 1: Sittichai Sit2PN vs Davit Kiria
- Semifinal 2: TBA vs TBA
Glory World Series Heavyweight Title:
- Rico Verhoeven vs Mladen Brestovacv
Co Headline event:
- Murthel Groenhart vs Cedric Doumbe
Glory World Series light Heavyweight Title (95kg):
- Saulo Cavalari vs Artem Vakhitov
Glory World Series Featherweight Title (65kg):
- Serhiy Adamchuk vs Mosab Amrani
- Freddy Kemayo vs TBA (-103kg)
- Eddy Nait Slimani vs TBA (-65kg)