Afterthought GLORY Grand Prix with Remy, Marinho and Mounir | Op De Bank

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Remy Bonjasky, Marinho Gordon and guest Mounir discuss this week. This week they talk about the GLORY Grand Prix, PFL, Nganou vs Joshua and much more

Uploaded on Mar 15, 2024, 5:00:00 PM (1 month ago)

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Zehma official
@ZehmaOfficial
1 week ago

Yo Marinho and Remy,


Often you guys talk about gym hoppers. But what do you guys think about "head coaches," for example, who barely do the workouts but grab all the shine.


I can give some examples. See plazibat, lives, trains, lives in Croatia. When he has a match he comes over and trains with mike. But nobody can tell me that mike does more in 8 weeks, than his trainers in Croatia all those months. The same goes for Germaine de randemie. She fights Saturday, April 6, then I see said going along. But where was said last period? Thailand etcetra. He was continuously busy with the GP and Germaine was trained by other trainers, outside SB gym. Then she was in den Bosch with Duane (ground fighting) then in Culemborg with Jivan (kickboxing and mma). But Said does grab the shine now with the work others have done.

Then you(remy) often talk about that there are more good trainers than the 5 famous ones we see every time. Don't you guys think that you yourselves should pay more attention to those other trainers by naming things like this? I mean, everyone should know that big mike doesn't give all the training to his team, and that said can't do that to his team with so many big names?


Let me know!

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jules vanHoren
@JulesvanHoren
3 weeks ago

Remy and Marhino, what do you think of Lui Ce?

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Wim
@Wim
3 weeks ago

That's a beast too isn't it? Would be a nice one for Glory.

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Charif L
@Charif
3 weeks ago

As for Khachab, perhaps he would fit better in the light-heavyweight division in the future given his height: 188 cm.

I think Ricardo will only get the appreciation for his achievements after he stops kickboxing. The criticism about his calculated fighting style will still remain, as we heard for years about Sem schilt and Bonjasky himself. Sem they thought was boring to watch and Bonjasky they thought was a cautious fighter. Rico does what he is supposed to do and that is win. Fighters like Jamal or Plazibat will remain in Ricardo's shadow as long as they don't win from him. After all, it's the result that counts.

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Wim
@Wim
3 weeks ago

Agreed. But losing over 60 pounds will not happen overnight.

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Soufian Delft
@Miloudwest
3 weeks ago

Salam , fawaka Rémy en Marino

Vinden jullie niet dat ze het light-heavy weight toernooi nu niet al moeten promoten ? Want als ik naar die divisie kijk denk ik persoonlijk dat het veel beter dan de heavy weight toernooi kan worden . ( dan heb ik het niet over de k-1 dat was andere niveau maar over de glory hw)

Naar mijn mening vind ik dat glory deze vechters in het toernooi moet zetten , wat vinden jullie ?

1- Tarik Khbabez

2 maslobojev

3-abena

4-bahram

5- leitescu

En de overige plekken lekker jongens ervoor laten kwalificeren zoals elbouni , moamine, micheletti etc etc


Peace 🙏🙏🙏

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jules vanHoren
@JulesvanHoren
3 weeks ago

Mits ze de grand prix plannen überhaupt door gaan zetten. Nieuwe CEO en de HW grand prix verkocht niet uit terwijl Collision events wel uitverkopen dus dat maakt het niet heel aantrekkelijk voor Glory.

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Oggie58
@Oggie58
3 weeks ago

Looking at Hw's lineup, you can't compare it to LHW's names. At LHW, both the right and left rows will be bang on!

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Pronikon
@Pronikon
3 weeks ago

In Fighter Dennis talked about the fact that 20,000 tickets were sold out of 30,000, which for a tournament that should have been very successful, is not very much. Whether the events surrounding Jamal have something to do with it or people are getting tired of Rico, who knows? The fact is that the heavyweight division is not the division that sells out events and that Glory will have to work hard to promote their fighters. Because if Rico is already the best known sign for Glory, Glory will have a big problem if they are going to hold tournaments in the other divisions. Unless the tournaments will not be held in the Netherlands, but that local fighters with fame can attract more visitors in their home countries. Like Bahram might do in Azerbaijan.

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Pronikon
@Pronikon
3 weeks ago

Remy/Marinho en de leden wat vinden wij hier van, Glory schrapt de complete 70 kilogram divisie en kondigt vandaag een partij aan van twee vechters welke normaal op 70 kilo vechten. Maar gaan nu op een catchweight van 72 kilo vechten het gaat om de vechters Youssef Boughanem en Stanislav Kazantsev. Is dit niet een beetje een vreemde beslissing om juist een divisie te schrappen de focus te willen leggen op andere divisies en dan nu al weer een partij aan te bieden voor twee 70 kilogram vechters? Of ben ik de enige die dit vrij apart vind?

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Wim
@Wim
3 weeks ago

De divisie/ranking gaat weg maar losse gevechten blijven bestaan. Niks mis met een gevecht laag op de kaart met vechters die lokaal populair zijn.

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Pronikon
@Pronikon
3 weeks ago

Goede vechters ( Boughanem is daar een van ) verdienen uiteindelijk een titelpartij en geen partijen die enkel draaien om een winst. Ik vind het persoonlijk geen goeie zet, zeker niet als dot straks een partij word die alle andere gevechten overklast. Nu we het toernooi voor de zwaargewichten hebben gehad zou een push voor de overige divisies logischer zijn en daarbij ook de 70 kilo divisie.

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Wim
@Wim
3 weeks ago

Boughanem vecht over de hele wereld en vaak losse partijen, niks mis mee. Niet iedere vechter wil vast zitten aan 1 organisatie. En hij vecht liever op Muay Thai. Ik denk dat de mensen in Parijs blij mogen zijn om hem een keer te zien als extraatje op de kaart.