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JAMAL BEN SADDIK

MOROCCO

GLORY
RECORD

  • 2
    WIN
  • 4
    LOSS
  • 0
    DRAW

WINNING STREAK

FIGHTER INFORMATION

  • WEIGHTCLASS: HEAVYWEIGHT
  • HEIGHT: 205 CM / 6"9
  • WEIGHT: 117.50 KG / 259 LBS
  • STANCE: ORTHODOX

RANKING

  • CURRENT RANKING : 15
  • HIGHEST RANKING : 15
15 1

GLORY STATISTICS BY CompuStrike

Total Strikes Landed / Thrown
Total Punches Landed / Thrown
Total Kicks Landed / Thrown
Total Knees Landed / Thrown
Knockdowns Landed
Total Fight Time
Average Fight Time
206 / 573 (36%)
134 / 452 (30%)
72 / 121 (60%)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

OVERALL RECORD : 24 - 4 - 0

  • 83%
    KO RATIO
  • 20
    (T)KO
  • 4
    DECISION

TITLES

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FIGHTER BIO

BIO JAMAL BEN SADDIK

Jamal Ben Saddik might be the only person on the Golden Glory team who doesn’t look up to Semmy Schilt. Not because he doesn’t respect the towering Dutchman’s achievements, but because he literally doesn’t have to - at 205cm tall (6’6”) he is the second-tallest fighter on the team and can almost look Schilt in the eye.

Of course there is a huge difference between their respective positions in the sport. Schilt is a living legend while Ben Saddik is taking his first steps into the top-flight international circuit. They are at opposite ends of the road, but its a road Ben Saddik wants to travel as quick as he can. He wants to emulate the feats of Schilt, Saki and other Golden Glory heavyweights in the ring and so far he is on the right path. In his first A-class match he faced Rico Verhoeven, who had never been knocked out.

Ben Saddik knocked him out.

The young Moroccan has been coached by Cor Hemmers and his son Nicky Hemmers, drawing on their wealth of experience in producing top-class kickboxers. And so despite being just 22 years old he has been able to KO the opposition placed in front of him at A-class, despite them having had more fights than him and being some years older.

Being so young and with such great height, the hopes are very high for Ben Saddik’s potential in the sport. Being part of the Glory World Series means he is on a steep learning curve but with such distinguished coaches working with him, he has all the tools necessary to make his mark in the heavyweight world.

JAMAL BEN SADDIK RECORD

RESULT OPPONENT EVENT METHOD
loss Ben Edwards GLORY 12 / New York
November 23 2013
KO
loss Peter Aerts GLORY 8 / Tokyo
May 03 2013
TKO (3 Knockdowns) <br/> Round 2
loss Daniel Ghita GLORY 4 / Tokyo
December 31 2012
KO
win Remy Bonjasky GLORY 4 / Tokyo
December 31 2012
Decision
win Errol Zimmerman GLORY 4 / Tokyo
December 31 2012
Decision
loss Jahfarr Wilnis GLORY 2 / Brussels
October 06 2012
Decision
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