GLORY 65: Watch Alex Pereira Wreck Jason Wilnis With a Flying Knee
Alex Pereira stole the show at GLORY 65, by quickly bombing out Jason Wilnis.
Not only did Alex Pereira avenge two previous losses to Jason Wilnis at GLORY 65, the middleweight champ did so in vicious, highlight reel fashion.
The highly regarded kickboxers squared off in the main event of GLORY 65, which went down in Utrecht, Netherlands. As you can see by watching the clip below, Pereira quickly put Wilnis away with a booming, flying knee.
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Pereira faced Wilnis before in 2012 and 2015, and lost the bouts via TKO and decision respectively.
Here are the complete results for GLORY 65.
Alex Pereira def. Jason Wilnis by knockout (flying knee), R1 1:31 – for world middleweight championship
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