One-Night, Four-Man Welterweight Qualification Tournament Set for GLORY 30 Los Angeles to Determine Next Contender

GLORY, the world’s premier kickboxing league, today announced the top-ranked welterweights who will do battle as part of the one-night, four-man Welterweight Qualification Tournament on Friday, May 13.

In addition to claiming two victories in a single night of action, the tournament winner at GLORY 30 Los Angeles will be granted entry into GLORY’s Welterweight Contender Tournament later this year, with a title shot up for grabs for the last man standing.

Kicking off the card, live on ESPN3, No. 4 ranked Casey “Go” Greene (5-5, 2 KO), having competed at both middleweight and welterweight under the GLORY banner, meets muay thai fighter Richard “Maximus” Abraham (8-3, 4 KO), who impressed in his GLORY debut in February.

On the other side of the tournament bracket, veteran Francois “Bang Bang” Ambang (14-5, 6 KO) takes on Mexican prospect Daniel “La Maquina” Morales, ranked No. 9 and No. 10 in the division respectively.

The card for GLORY 30 Los Angeles thus far can be found below:

GLORY 30 Los Angeles
Middleweight Title Headline Bout: Simon Marcus (c) vs. Dustin Jacoby
Welterweight Tournament Final Bout: Winner of Bout A vs. Winner of Bout B
Welterweight Tournament Semi-Final Bout B: Francois Ambang vs. Daniel Morales
Welterweight Tournament Semi-Final Bout A: Casey Greene vs. Richard Abraham

Additional match-ups for GLORY 30 Los Angeles and GLORY 30 SuperFight Series will be announced soon.

Tickets for GLORY 30 Los Angeles and GLORY 30 SuperFight Series are on-sale now, priced at $152, $97, $77, $62 and $37. Tickets are available for purchase via AXS.com and at the Citizens Business Bank Arena box office.

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