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.