GLORY 67 Prelims all set up

All four fights of the GLORY 67 ORLANDO Preliminary Card are now confirmed.

Undefeated Australian featherweight River Daz (25-0-1) returns for his second GLORY outing, facing Philadelphia’s Justin Greskiewicz (41-24-3).

In the welterweight division, karate legend Ross Levine makes his GLORY debut against Thomas Diagne (10-3), who is making his second appearance under the GLORY banner and looking for his first win.

Levine, from Brooklyn, New York, is one of the most decorated karate practitioners in the USA and has a long-running rivalry with West Coast counterpart Raymond Daniels. The two competed against each other numerous times on the karate circuit before transitioning to kickboxing.

Florida’s Keemaan Diop (2-1) returns for his second GLORY outing in the lightweight division.

Fighting out of the Hard Knocks Gym under Henri Hooft, Diop counts some famous names among his team mates, including former champion Robin van Roosmalen and current UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman.

Diop is facing fellow Floridian lightweight John ‘Star Spangled Banner’ Morehouse (10-8), who fights out of Orlando, Florida.

Taylor Krahl, fighting out of American Top Team in Sunrise, Florida, also makes his debut on this card.

He joins the welterweight division, where he faces experienced Muay Thai stylist Paul Banasiak (5-4), who is making his welterweight debut in this fight after previously campaigning at middleweight.

GLORY 67 ORLANDO takes place Friday, July 5 at the Silver Spurs Arena, Kissimmee, Orlando Metropolitan Area.


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