13-5-0 (3 KO)
Bailey Bad Boy Sugden
Current Rank
172 CM / 5'7"
United Kingdom United Kingdom
64.3 KG / 142 LBS
Social Media
Bad Boy

Fighter Stats

Glory Record 4-4-0 (1 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Average Fight Time 7:42 Fight Duration
Knockdown Ratio 1:1 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 11.35 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 8.06 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Striking Differential 3.29 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Striking Accuracy 50.38% Proportion of Strikes Landed

Fighter Media

Fighter Record

Result Opponent Event Method Watch
Win John Morehouse Glory 72: Chicago
Nov 23 2019
02:12 of Round 1
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Loss Asa Ten Pow Glory 68: Miami
Sep 28 2019
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Loss Thong Fairtex Glory 65: Utrecht
May 17 2019
Decision - Split
Win Quade Taranaki Glory 63: Houston
Feb 01 2019
Decision - Unanimous
Loss Anvar Boynazarov Glory 58: Chicago
Sep 14 2018
Decision - Split
NC Aleksei Ulianov Glory 54: Birmingham
Jun 02 2018
Could Not Continue
01:10 of Round 2
Loss Zakaria Zouggary Glory 52: Los Angeles
Mar 31 2018
Decision - Unanimous
Win Chenglong Zhang Glory 49: Redemption
Dec 09 2017
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Win Arthur Sorsor Glory 43: New York
Jul 14 2017
Decision - Unanimous

Fighter Bio

Twitter Bailey Bad Boy Sugden

4-4-0 (1 KO) United Kingdom


Sugden comes from a fighting family. His father Dean was a champion kickboxer in his day and his brothers Chad and Regis are both professional fighters. 
Chad was a successful amateur boxer turned kickboxer and has now returned to boxing as a professional. Regis competes in Mixed Martial Arts; both are older than Bailey.
“My father is a massive influence on me, obviously. I was about six years old when he won his world title and I remember getting in the ring after he got his belt and I was stood there shadowboxing,” laughs Bailey. 
“I think that moment, being part of that, gave me the bug.”
“I started training at the age of five and from the age of ten I was taking competition seriously. 
“Having my father and older brothers as fighters themselves helped me a lot and sparring with my two brothers is great. They are my hardest training partners by far.”
Championship titles are things that none of the brothers are strangers to, having met with success after success in their chosen fields. 
Even Bailey, the youngest of the three, has held numerous titles, though he says that in kickboxing the GLORY title is “the only one that really matters to me”.
He debuted at GLORY 43 NEW YORK and had a great showing against Arthur Sorsor, showcasing some really nice boxing skills. He followed that up with a win over China’s Chenglong Zhang at GLORY 49 ROTTERDAM before running into top prospect Zakaria Zougarry at GLORY 51 LOS ANGELES and  losing a decision. 
At GLORY 54 BIRMINGHAM he will face Siberia’s Alexei Ulianov. The Russian featherweight is a team mate and training partner of Artem Vakhitov, the GLORY light-heavyweight champion.