All fighters for GLORY 88, including Badr Hari and James McSweeney, hit the scales and hit their targets. GLORY Kickboxing returns to Paris, France on Saturday, Sep. 9, live from Dome De Paris.
Badr Hari and James McSweeney
The heavyweight main event got locked in as Badr Hari came in at 261.5 pounds and James McSweeney landed at 260 pounds. The co-main event will see the GLORY super bantamweight title be decided between Tiffany van Soest and Sarah Moussaddak. The American champion landed on 120.5 pounds and the top-ranked French-Moroccan challenger weighed in at 121 pounds.
The Moroccan-Dutch Badr Hari is one of the most important kickboxers in history. It was his inspiration that caused Morocco to become a nation focused on creating world-class kickboxers. From fighting during the combat sports boom of Japan in multiple K-1 Grand Prix’s to competing for GLORY Kickboxing heavyweight titles, Hari has competed across generations.
The UK-born McSweeney is a veteran fighter who has competed in both kickboxing and MMA. He has competed in a multitude of organizations including K-1 Kickboxing, the UFC, ONE Championship, KSW, GLORY and much more.
GLORY 88 Weigh-In Results
Main Event GLORY Heavyweight Grand Prix Qualifier #6 Badr Hari (118.6 kg/261.5 lb) vs. James McSweeney (118 kg/260 lb)
Co-Main Event Super Bantamweight Title Champion Tiffany van Soest (54.7 kg/120.5 lb) vs. #1 Sarah Moussaddak (54.8 kg/121 lb)
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