46-4-0
Ky  Hollenbeck
Current Rank
Inactive
Height
175 CM / 5'8"
Nationality
United States of America United States of America
Weightclass
Lightweight
Weight
70 KG / 154 LBS
Social Media
Nickname
None
Age
35

Fighter Stats

Glory Record 3-2-0 (1 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Average Fight Time 04:35 Fight Duration
Knockdown Ratio 2:2 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 13.0 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 5.45 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Striking Differential 7.55 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Striking Accuracy 46.49 % Proportion of Strikes Landed

Fighter Record

Result Opponent Event Method Watch
Loss Andy Ristie Glory 17: Los Angeles - Last Man Standing
Co Headline event
2014-06-21
KO
0:35 of Round 1
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Win Warren Stevelmans Glory 12: New York
Tournament reserve
2013-11-23
UD
Win Albert Kraus Glory 10: Los Angeles
Superfight
2013-09-28
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Loss Giorgio Petrosyan Glory 3: Rome
Tournament
2012-11-03
TKO
0:30 of Round 2
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Win Michael Chase Corley Glory 1: Stockholm
Qualification
2012-05-26
TKO
0:50 of Round 1
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Fighter Bio

Twitter Ky  Hollenbeck

Ky
Hollenbeck
3-2-0 (1 KO) United States of America

WBC Interim Middleweight World Champion     
WCK World Champion 75 Kgs     
USMF Welterweight World Champion

Despite its size, the USA has never produced many kickboxers who could be considered truly world-class. Some of its heavyweights have done well on the world scene but the star names of the lighter weights have never had an American flag next to their name. Hollenbeck means to try and remedy that. His inclusion in the GLORY World Series is not a token gesture. He has earned his place with wins over such top fighting talent such as the very highly regarded Jordan Watson and the experienced international fighters Vuyisile Colossa and Gregory Choplin. At the end of April 2012 he asserted his right to a tournament spot authoritatively, demolishing the tough Cyrus Washington in under a minute. Hollenbeck finished Washington with a spinning back fist, underlining the assets which make him such an attractive prospect - raw power and creative flair. The only loss of Hollenbeck’s professional career was in 2011 at the hands of top Dutch talent Nicky Holzken. Far from demoralising him, Hollenbeck says the loss allowed him to return to his aggressive roots and once again enter the ring looking to finish his opponent rather than protect his unbeaten record. Newly refocused and in the best form of his career, Hollenbeck enters the GLORY World Series looking to climb over a mound of unconscious opponents and carry an American flag to the top of the kickboxing ranks at long last.