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GLORY 90 Results: Semeleer Retains & Khachab Qualifies for the Grand Prix

Endy Semeleer (36-1, 18 KO) retained his crown with first round stoppage victory over ‘House of GLORY’ winner Anwar Ouled-Chaib (3-1)

GLORY 90 took place Saturday, December 23, live from the RTM Stage in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. It was the final event of a truly groundbreaking year for GLORY and it ended in style.  

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In the main event, welterweight champion Endy Semeleer (36-1, 18 KO) retained his crown with first round stoppage victory over ‘House of GLORY’ winner Anwar Ouled-Chaib (3-1). The 28-year-old showed his class as he pressured & blitzed Ouled-Chaib to knock the young Moroccan down to the canvas three times in quick succession, forcing the referee to step in and call an end to the action. 

It was his fifth straight victory and third title defense for Semeleer who is one of the P4P best kickboxers on the planet today. 

Nabil Khachab winning moment at GLORY 90

Morocco’s Nabil Khachab (27-4-1, 4 KO) booked his spot in the GLORY Heavyweight Grand Prix. The fan favourite pushed the action and looked a level above Serbia’s Nikola Filipovic (11-3, 6 KO) en route to unanimous decision victory.  

Khachab now joins Rico Verhoeven (60-10, 20 KO), Tariq ‘Cookie’ Osaro (25-3-1, 13 KO), Levi Rigters (15-1, 7 KO), Uku Jürjendal (20-8, 16 KO), Bahram Rajabzadeh (65-1, 58 KO), Sofian Laïdouni (35-2-1, 17 KO), and Antonio Plazibat (22-6, 16 KO) in the eight-man one-night tournament set for March 9 at the GelreDome in Arnhem, the Netherlands. 

Elsewhere on the main card, Teodor Hristov (16-3, 7 KO) caused the upset of the night. The Bulgarian youngster scored the biggest win of his budding career with a decision victory over former champ Murthel Groenhart (70-27-3, 40 KO). 

Enriko Kehl (53-15-2, 31 KO) potentially booked himself as the next contender for the lightweight title. The German stopped Arman Hambaryan (58-9-2, 27 KO) of Armenia in the third round. After the fight, champion Tyjani Beztati stormed the ring to go face to face with Kehl and the two exchanged words. 

Albania’s Berjan Peposhi (29-4, 16 KO) ended 2023 on a high. Having lost his first three fights in the GLORY ring, he stepped in on late notice to defeat Portugal’s Miguel Trindade (57-7, 24 KO) via split decision in what was an action-packed fight from start to finish. 

Mohamed Touchassie winning moment at GLORY 90

Rising Moroccan star Mohamed Touchassie (16-1, 13 KO) registered another electric performance knocking Cameroon’s Brice Kombou (18-4, 3 KO) down three times in the first round to get the TKO victory. 

In the prelims, Turkey’s Cihad Kepenek (22-6, 15 KO) made a successful return with a split decision victory over Poland’s Michał Blawdziewicz (11-7-1, 5 KO) and Dutch prospect Nina van Dalum (14-6, 1 KO) got her hand raised in her promotional debut against Portugal’s Debora Evora (27-10-1, 2 KO). 

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Here are the complete results breakdown for GLORY 90:

Main Event - GLORYWelterweight Title

Endy Semeleer (36-1, 18 KO) def. Anwar Ouled-Chaib (3-1) via TKO (three knockdown rule), round 1, 1:42. 

Co-Main Event - Heavyweight Grand Prix Qualifier

Nabil Khachab (27-4-1, 4 KO) def. Nikola Filipovic (11-3, 6 KO) via unanimous decision (30-27 x 5). 


Teodor Hristov (16-3, 7 KO) def. Murthel Groenhart (70-27-3, 40 KO) via unanimous decision (30-27 x 3, 29-28 x 2). 


Enriko Kehl (53-15-2, 31 KO) def. Arman Hambaryan (58-9-2, 27 KO) via TKO, round 3, round 3, 0:31. 

Catchweight 67 kg

Berjan Peposhi (29-4, 16 KO) def. Miguel Trindade (57-7, 24 KO) via split decision (28-27 x 4, 27-28). 


Mohamed Touchassie (16-1, 13 KO) def. Brice Kombou (18-4, 3 KO) via TKO (three knockdowns), round 1, 1:52.  


Cihad Kepenek (22-6, 15 KO) def. Michał Blawdziewicz (11-7-1, 5 KO) via split decision (30-27 x 4, 28-29). 

Super Bantamweight

Nina van Dalum (14-6, 1 KO) def. Debora Evora (27-10-1, 2 KO) via unanimous decision (30-27 x 5)

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