Former heavyweight K-1 champion and one of the most notorious kickboxers in the world – Badr Hari, made a statement regarding the rumors that he and three other GLORY fighters allegedly failed drug tests administered by the Netherlands anti-doping agency in 2017 and 2018.
The 34-year-old took it to Instagram, where he posted some training photos.
‘I have learned the value of hard work, how to compete, how to push my own limits through kickboxing. The GOAT is working harder than ever to kill the Heavyweight division’.
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No controversy. No huge communication campaign. The facts will speak for themselves. I have learned the value of hard work, how to compete, how to push my own limits through kickboxing. The GOAT is working harder than ever to kill the Heavyweight division. To my fans : thank you for your unconditional support… 2019 will be ours. #TheyAreNotPrepared
“The Golden Boy” is aiming for his comeback party this year. The Moroccan-Dutch main goal is to face the champion in the heavyweight division – Rico Verhoeven.
— GLORY Kickboxing (@GLORY_WS) December 31, 2018
The two already met once in 2016, when the ‘King of Kickboxing’ won via TKO in the 2nd round.