Starting in the fall, GLORY will be shown on Spike TV in what is a multi-year deal.
“Spike has established itself as the home of combat sports in a way that is unique,” said Andrew Whitaker, GLORY CEO. “Its audience will expect the most exciting ring action, and we promise to deliver it. GLORY kickboxing is the next big thing, and Spike clearly knows something about spotting aces in the sports programming space.”
The news comes less than a week since GLORY held a one night light heavyweight tournament at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, NY. It was event number 11 of 2013.
Spike TV has housed MMA since 2005 with the UFC and recently Bellator. They also air TNA Impact Wrestling.
The station is broadcasted to nearly 100 million homes.