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Badr Hari from 3rd to 7th in the Glory ranking

Badr Hari has dropped several places in the rankings of kickboxing organization Glory after losing against Poland’s Arkadiusz Wrzosek last weekend in Rotterdam.

The 36-year-old Moroccan champion lost four places in the standings, dropping from third to seventh after being beaten by KO in the 2nd round of the bout.

Despite four losses in a row, Badr Hari refuses to end his sports career. He’s even already asked for a rematch against Wrzosek.

“The result is frustrating, but the path is very encouraging. I’m on the right track… and I won’t stop until I clear the division. First, let’s start with a rematch. I want to thank you for your immense support. I love you. I’ll make you proud. I promise you,” he wrote on his Instagram account the day after his defeat.

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