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New York, NY – If you’re a fan of Professional Boxing, Mixed Marital Arts and any other form of combat, the GLORY World Series is a must watch event.

On Saturday night, Glory 13 was aired live from Japan on Spike TV and Kickboxing fans witnessed the crowning of a new Welterweight champions as Nieky Holzken defeated Joseph Valtellini. They also witnessed the passing of the torch as 43-years-old Peter “The Dutch Lumberjack” Aerts retired from the sport he’s been competing since 1993.

Despite losing to Rico Verhoeven via split decision, Aerts walked away a winner who compiled a an impressive record 103-31-1 (78 KO’s) throughout his 20-years career. As for the rest of the card, they were spectacular to watch and worth viewing once it’s posted on YouTube.

Here’s a quick rundown of Saturday night of Kickboxing…

Verhoeven vs Aerts-3

Verhoeven vs Aerts (Image Credit: Glory)

GLORY 13 TOKYO: Official Results

  • Rico Verhoeven defeats Peter Aerts via split decision (29-28) (29-28) (27-30)
  • Daniel Ghita defeats Errol Zimmerman via KO, Round 1 at 35 sec.
  • Makoto Uehara defeats Dustin Jacoby via split decision (29-28) (28-29) (30-27)

Glory Welterweight Tournament Final

  • Nieky Holzken defeats Joseph Valtellini via KO, Round 3 at 3:00 min.

Glory Welterweight Tournament Semi Final

  • Nieky Holzken defeats Karapet Karapetyan via unanimous decision (30-25) 30-25) (29-26)
  • Joseph Valtellini defeats Raymond Daniels via KO, Round 3 at 1:20 min.
Karapetyan vs Holzken (Image Credit: Glory)

Karapetyan vs Holzken (Image Credit: Glory)

For an in-depth coverage of Glory 13, I recommend you read the excellent recaps from some of my favorite MMA online publications because they do a magnificent job in covering the MMA Community:

Valtellini vs Daniels (Image Credit: Glory Sports International)

Valtellini vs Daniels (Image Credit: Glory Sports International)

About Glory Sports International

Image Credit: Glory

Image Credit: Glory

Glory Sports International, the parent company of GLORY World Series, is dedicated to placing world championship level kickboxing, or martial arts stand-up fighting, on a major platform before a global audience, and to producing matchups between the top fighters on the planet.

GLORY World Series is where martial arts athletes, highly skilled in a wide array of combat disciplines, including Muay Thai, Kickboxing, Boxing, Karate, Kung-Fu, Tae Kwon Do and Capoeira, converge under one set of rules to determine who reigns supreme in the ring.

For more information, please go to GloryWorldSeries.com.

About Cesar Diaz

Cesar Diaz is the Editor-in-Chief.
You can reach him at [email protected]

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