Benjamin Adegbuyi lost his first kickboxing fight since his win over Badr Hari to Antonio Plazibat on Saturday night.

Later in the evening Rico Verhoeven also comes into action in the GelreDome in a title fight against Jamal Ben Saddik.

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The match of heavyweight Adegbuyi was part of the support act.

The experienced Romanian managed to knock out Badr Hari with a broken nose in December last year.

Verhoeven's training partner went down hard against Plazibat.

At the end of the first round, the Croat knocked him to the ground with a series of striking blows for eight seconds.

Adegbuyi then walked through the ring stunned and was knocked out early in the second round.

Plazibat, who trains with Mike Passenier in Amsterdam, recorded his second GLORY victory in a month and a half.

He is ranked sixth among GLORY's heavyweights and will rise sharply in the rankings.

"I wanted to take revenge for Badr. This one is for you," Plazibat said after his win.

The 27-year-old Croat trained together with Hari in the past.

Verhoeven is expected to enter the ring around 11 p.m.

Supporting acts include former K-1 and UFC fighter Gökhan Saki and GLORY talent Hamicha.

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