Glory Sports International has resurrected the Dream fight promotion in Japan, planning a return to activity with a New Year's Eve special and several events in the works for 2013.
Glory Sports International is committed to keeping Japanese MMA promotion DREAM alive in 2013, but also has plans to expand its kickboxing reach, possibly to Spike TV in the United States.
One Fighting Championship has added another promoter to its network of international affiliates, as the organization Wednesday announced a partnership with Glory Sports International.
Glory's Marcus Luer tells MMAWeekly.com that they intend to make Dream NYE bigger than ever and have plans for a full assault of the U.S. market in 2013.
Dream will partner with international kickboxing promotion Glory World Series to promote a New Year’s Eve event titled Dream 18: Special NYE 2012.
Fox officials recently announced that Fox Sports 1 will hold live UFC events on Aug. 28 and Sept. 4 in addition to the previously announced show coinciding with FS1’s Aug. 17 debut.
Kickboxing standout Tyrone Spong headlines Glory 5 on Saturday, but is expected to return to mixed martial arts in World Series of Fighting in June.
Glory Sports International officials Tuesday announced that former World Wrestling Entertainment executive Andrew Whitaker has been named GSI’s new CEO.
Glory Sports International on Tuesday announced the appointment of former WWE Executive VP Andrew Whitaker to the position of global CEO of Glory Sports International.
Glory World Series stepped in to help save the annual New Year's Eve tradition of a major show in Japan, but the promotion isn't stopping there with big plans in place for 2013 as well.