Norfolk, VA – GLORY, the world’s premier kickboxing league, will return to Virginia for the second time in as many years, today announcing GLORY 32 Virginia and GLORY 32 SuperFight Series on Friday, July 22 at the Constant Center.
Tickets for GLORY 32 Virginia and GLORY 32 SuperFight Series go on sale Monday, May 16 at 10 a.m. and are priced at $100, $75, $45, and $25. Tickets will be available for purchase exclusively through YnotTix.com, by calling 877-YNOT-TIX or by visiting the Constant Center Box Office.
GLORY 32 Virginia and GLORY 32 SuperFight will feature a title rematch, as reigning GLORY featherweight champion Serhiy Adamchuk (33-5, 14 KO) of Ukraine defends his belt against Canadian challenger Gabriel Varga (27-3, 8 KO).
Adamchuk captured gold last year, wrestling the belt away from Varga in a five-round affair, and last competed at GLORY 29 Copenhagen in April, stepping up on short notice to defeat Mohammed El-Mir at lightweight. Seeking revenge, Varga returns to GLORY for the first time since dropping the title to Adamchuk at GLORY 25 Milan.
Additional match-ups for both GLORY 32 Virginia and GLORY 32 SuperFight Series will be announced soon.
Founded in 2012, GLORY is owned and operated by GLORY Sports International (GSI), a professional martial arts organization and television content provider that maintains offices in New York, Denver, London, Amsterdam, and Singapore. GLORY programming is seen in over 200 countries. GLORY kickboxing rules are comprised of a mix of several combat disciplines including Karate, Muay Thai, Tae Kwon Do and traditional Boxing. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter @GLORY_WS, and visit us online at glorykickboxing.com.
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