‘Bad Boy’ Stares Down ‘Reem At GLORY Presser

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Longtime kickboxing rivals Badr Hari and Alistair Overeem will finally complete their trilogy in the GLORY: “Collision 4” main event, a heavyweight showdown recently made official for Sat., Oct. 8, 2022 inside GelreDome in Arnhem, Netherlands.

“Bad Boy” came face-to-face with “Demolition Man” at today’s media press conference.

Hari was stopped by Overeem when they first went to war at Fields Dynamite! back in late 2008 (see it here). They would rematch roughly a year later and the Moroccan striker scored his first-round revenge as part of the K-1 World Grand Prix Final (replay here).

Hari, 37, has not seen the win column since summer 2018, racking up four losses and a pair of No Contests, including his bizarre battle against Arkadiusz Wrzosek last March, which came to a halt when the crowd went into business for itself.

As for Overeem, who turned 42 just a few weeks back, he’s been inactive since parting ways with UFC in early 2021. “Demolition Man” was expected to compete against Rico Verhoeven last October; however, a late injury brought a hasty end to that fan-friendly fight.

Expect more fight card announcements for GLORY: “Collision 4” in the coming weeks.

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