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GLORY 5: Spong vs Bonjasky - Live Results and Event Coverage
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Author:  NWOWolfpack [ Fri Mar 22, 2013 9:58 pm ]
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GLORY 5: Spong vs Bonjasky - Live Results and Event Coverage
March 23, 2013
ExCel Arena
London, England

**Welcome to PunchDrunkGamer for our fight-by-fight updates and Live Official Results from GLORY 5 in London, England.**

GLORY 5 London - Fight Card:

Tyrone Spong def. Remy Bonjasky via KO (Punch) Round 2 (2:02)

Jordan Watson def. Steve Moxon via Decision

Albert Kraus def. Warren Stevelmans via Decision

Stephen Wakeling def. Eddie Walker via KO (Leg Kicks) Round 2 (1:38)

Danyo Ilunga def. Stephane Susperregui via KO (Knee) Round 2 (0:21)

Michael Duut def. Dustin Jacoby via KO (3 knockdowns) Round 1 (2:25)

Mosab Armani def. Liam Harrison via KO (Body Punch) Round 1 (1:20)

Daniel Sam def. Jaideep Singh via Decision

Johann Fauveau def. Pasniciuc Constantin via Decision

Catchweight (67 kgs):
Reece McAllister def. Tim ‘TNT’ Thomas via Decision

Catchweight (79 kilos):
Jhonata Oliveira def. Nicola Gallo via Decision

Preliminary Card:

Marlon Hunt def. Andrei Manzolo via Decision

Chad Sugden def. Sam Wilson via Decision

Kerrith Bhella def. Sam Omomogbe via Decision

Boris Uhlik def. Fraser Weightman via Decision

**Check below for GLORY 5 London related Articles, Videos, Photos and More!**

Author:  NWOWolfpack [ Sat Mar 23, 2013 12:40 am ]
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GLORY 5 London related Articles, Videos, Photos and More:

- GLORY 5 London: Spong vs. Bonjasky – Video Preview

- GLORY 5 London – Eddie Walker Promo Trailer

- GLORY 5 London – Remy Bonjasky Promo Video

- GLORY 5 London Weigh-Ins: Tyrone Spong

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- GLORY 5 London Weigh-Ins: Remy Bonjasky

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Author:  NWOWolfpack [ Sat Mar 23, 2013 11:09 am ]
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Before the carnage begins!

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Author:  NWOWolfpack [ Sat Mar 23, 2013 2:41 pm ]
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Author:  ArmyofDarkness [ Sat Mar 23, 2013 5:47 pm ]
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WOW. Very impressed with Kraus, Spong and Wakeling. Not a huge fan of the interweb PPV though, my HD was on-off-on-off. Otherwise Glory once again delivered.

Author:  bchs76 [ Tue Mar 26, 2013 2:47 pm ]
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The torch was passed in kickboxing’s heavyweight division today as Tyrone ‘King of the Ring’ Spong stopped Remy Bonjasky in the second round of the GLORY 5 LONDON main event.

An overhand right sent Bonjasky to the canvas and brought a sold-out ExCel Arena to its feet at the midway point of the second round. It was clear as soon as he was knocked down that Bonjasky would not be able to beat the count and Spong threw his arms up in triumph.

“Remy Bonjasky is a legend in the sport. It was a hard fight and I know now why he was such a dominant champion. Now I am looking forward to my next challenge, I want to build my legacy in this sport and I am ready to take on anyone in the heavyweight division,” Spong said in his dressing room afterwards.

“In two weeks there’s a fight between Gokhan Saki and Daniel Ghita at GLORY 6 in Istanbul. I want to fight both of those guys and I’m also ready to go straight in to a heavyweight title shot against Semmy Schilt. Whatever GLORY wants, I’m ready.”

Bonjasky was warmly applauded when he eventually regained his feet and addressed the crowd, telling fans he had “given everything” in his comeback. “It's hard when your 37 years old and trying to make a comeback. But all credit to Tyronem” he said.

“I don't know [what's next] yet. It's hard to make a good comeback. My comeback has been rocky. I've done my best, I've done everything, but my body says it's hard.”

It was a night of mixed fortunes for British fans, who saw Jordan Watson dominate Steve Moxon for most of their lightweight meeting but then saw Watson’s team mate, Liam Harrison of the Bad Company Gym, stopped in the first round by a Mosab Amrani body shot in what was the biggest upset of the evening.

But knockout of the night probably belonged to Bonjasky protégé Danyo Ilunga. He stopped French prospect Stephane Sussperregui in the first round by way of a jumping knee against the ropes. The knee not only dropped Sussperregui but broke his nose in the process and made a spectacular finish for Ilunga’s highlight reel.

Developmental talents Eddie Walker and Dustin Jacoby, both of whom entered GLORY via the ROAD TO GLORY USA feeder series, took on huge challenges in the form of Stephen Wakeling and Michael Duut respectively. Walker was outclassed by Wakleing before succumbing to leg kicks in the second round while Jacoby, riding a three-fight streak of KO wins into the fight, was knocked down three times in the first to lose by knockout under the ‘three downs in one round’ rule.


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