Badr Hari will make his comeback on September 4 in Rotterdam Ahoy.

His match against the Pole Arkadiusz Wrzosek was recently moved to the GelreDome in Arnhem.

About a week and a half ago it was announced that Hari and Wrzosek would not meet on July 17, but on September 4 and that the location would not be Ahoy, but the GelreDome.

It is not entirely clear why Rotterdam was chosen after all.

Hari-Wrzosek is GLORY 78's main fight and marks his first match for Hari since he was knocked out with a broken nose in December against Romanian Benjamin Adegbuyi.

It was a new setback for the 36-year-old from Amsterdam: his last four fights resulted in three defeats and a positive doping test.

He gave up twice with an injury against Rico Verhoeven.

For 29-year-old Wrzosek, the fight with Hari marks his third appearance at GLORY.

The 2.01 meter long Pole lost to Adegbuyi and the American Demoreo Dennis was the boss.