Petchpanomrung, Boynazarov on point ahead of Glory 67
Petchpanomrung has won eight fights out of nine for the promotion, the only loss was a debatable majority decision defeat to Dutch featherweight Robin van Roosmalen in Holland. He won the interim version of the featherweight title at Glory 55, unified the belts by avenging his defeat to van Roosmalen at Glory 59 and then defended the undisputed title for the first time at Glory 63.
Boynazarov has trained extensively in Thailand and was briefly ranked in the top ten at Lumpinee. He is a veteran of eight Glory fights and is coming off back to back decision wins over Bailey Sugden and Abdellah Ezbiri.
Glory 67 is set for the Silver Spurs Arena and will also feature a bout between local favourite Asa Ten Pow and Morocco’s Houssam El Kasri. The featherweight contenders both weighed in at exactly 142.4lbs.
So far this year there have been Glory events in Houston, Strasbourg, Utrecht and Paris. Petchpanomrung is the only remaining Thai champion on the roster after Sittichai Sitsongpeenong lost his lightweight belt at Glory 65.