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Three world titles will be on the line Saturday when Glory World Series holds two cards in succession at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif.
The evening will begin with Glory 17 “Los Angeles,” which airs at 8:00 p.m. ET on Spike TV. That card will be anchored by a heavyweight main event of Mirko Filipovic (232.6) against Jarrell Miller (272) and will feature a featherweight contender tournament in order to see who will eventually fight for the vacant title.
Immediately following the free portion of the card, the promotion will make its pay-per-view debut with “Last Man Standing” at 10:00 p.m. ET. Daniel Ghita (245.6) and Rico Verhoeven (253.2) will do the heavy lifting in a scrap for the vacant Glory heavyweight belt. They will be supported by an eight-man tournament to decide a new middleweight champion.
Glory 17 "Los Angeles" Weigh-in Results:
Jarrell Miller (272) vs. Mirko Cro Cop (232.6)
Andy Ristie (153.8) vs. Ky Hollenbeck (153.4)
Marcus Vinicius (141.4) vs. Shane Oblonsky (145)
Yodkhunpon Sitmonchai (143.8) vs. Gabriel Varga (142.6)
Daniel Ghita (245.6) vs. Rico Verhoeven (253.2)
Marc de Bonte (169.6) vs. Joseph Valtellini (169.2)
Wayne Barrett (187) vs. Bogdan Stoica (186)
Joe Schilling (186.4) vs. Simon Marcus (185.6)
Filip Verlinden (185.6) vs. Melvin Manhoef (187)
Artem Levin (187) vs. Alex Pereira (186.6)