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Glory Kickboxing returned to action Saturday night for the first time since the company filed for bankruptcy in May with Benjamin Adegbuyi defeating Badr Hari in a battle of top heavyweight contenders. Held in the Netherlands, the Glory 76 main event saw Adegbuyi suffer a knockdown in the 2nd round from Hari's thudding punches, only to come out and rock his opponent in the third with a southpaw right hook before switching back to an orthodox stance and landing a crushing lead left on Hari's nose. Hari, bleeding profusely from the nose, eventually went down but beat the referee's count. He was soon turning his back to Adegbuyi though and dropping to the canvas unable to continue.
The co-main event saw welterweight champion Cédric Doumbé stop challenger Karim Ghajji in the third round to defend his title.