As most of you know by now, the world’s premier kickboxing league GLORY is dealing with some financial issues due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This past Friday it was reported that the company closed its main office in Amsterdam and Talent Operations executives Cor Hemmers and Remon Daalder no longer worked for the company. A letter was also posted indicating parent company GLORY Sports International has entered into receivership in Singapore, its place of incorporation.
Here’s the official letter GLORY has sent to its fighters:
Для тех, кто не успел посмотреть.😊 pic.twitter.com/jdoWFJ6RjS
— kickboxingTV (@KickboxingTv) July 5, 2020
The good news is that the company is stating that there will be kickboxing fight nights as soon as the coronavirus situation gets better, which means kickboxing fans will still get to see the sport’s finest athletes.