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Glory SuperFight Series results 9-9-16

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By Anthony Caruso III
Publisher

Trenton, N.J. – In the Glory SuperFight Series, Kevin Vannostrand began the show with a bang, as he used a second-round TKO to defeat David Moore at the Sun National Bank Center. He needed just 35 seconds into the round to get the win.

Vannostrand improved to 13-1 with his 10th knockout win in the Featherweight Tournament reserve fight. This was only Moore’s second loss, as he now stands at 6-2.

Francois Ambang (17-6, 6 KOs) won a unanimous decision over Daniel Morales (0-3) in a welterweight Superfight. The judges ruled Ambang the winner after all three gave him a 29-28 decision.

Jason Wilnis after winning the belt (Photo by James Law, GLORY Sports International)

Jason Wilnis after winning the belt (Photo by James Law, GLORY Sports International)

Daniela Graf (24-5-1, 2 KOs) – who was making her Glory debut – was defeated by Jessica Gladstone (6-6, 2 KOs) in a majority decision in their Women’s Superfight. The judges had the fight 30-27, 30-27 and 29-29 as Gladstone moves on in the women’s tournament.

Chi Lewis-Parry (8-1, 4 KOs) had two knockdowns of Anthony McDonald (7-1, 6 KOs) in the second-round in the heavyweight co-headliner. McDonald needed help from his corner and the referee to stand for the decision early on, before standing by himself, as he failed to answer the bell for the third-round.

Lewis-Parry won by technical knockout after McDonald and his corner retired. Then, when he was being interviewed by ESPN’s Todd Grisham in the ring, he calls Rico Verhoeven is “b*tch” and then said he would knock him out.

Then, in the final SuperFight Series fight – which was a middleweight world title fight – Jason Wilnis is the new champion as he defeated Simon Marcus. It was the second-time that these two fights fought – but Marcus got the best of him the first-time around.

Marcus was saved by the bell in the second-round, as he was in a knockdown count then the bell rang. Wilnis also had two additional knockouts in the third-round before winning the belt when the referee called the fight at 1:14 seconds with a TKO win.

Marcus fell to 44-3-2 with 24 knockouts in his career, while Wilnis improved to 29-6-1 with eight knockouts.

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