51-20-1 (24 KO)
Hesdy Fighterheart Gerges
Current Rank
200 CM / 6'6"
Netherlands Netherlands
108.9 KG / 240 LBS
Social Media

Fighter Stats

Glory Record 3-7-0 (1 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Average Fight Time 7:45 Fight Duration
Knockdown Ratio 3:4 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 12.42 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 10.94 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Striking Differential 1.48 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Striking Accuracy 58.28% Proportion of Strikes Landed

Fighter Media

Fighter Record

Result Opponent Event Method Watch
Loss Rico Verhoeven Glory 77
Jan 30 2021
Decision - Unanimous
NC Badr Hari Glory 51: Rotterdam
Mar 03 2018
03:00 of Round 3
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Loss Mladen Brestovac Glory 45: Amsterdam
Sep 30 2017
00:37 of Round 1
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Win Tomas Hron Glory 41: Holland
May 20 2017
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Loss Benjamin Adegbuyi Glory 35: Nice
Nov 05 2016
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Loss Guto Inocente Glory 33: New Jersey
Sep 09 2016
Decision - Split Icon fighter video play
Loss Ismael Londt Glory 31: Amsterdam
Jun 25 2016
Decision - Split Icon fighter video play
Loss Benjamin Adegbuyi Glory 18: Oklahoma - Return to Glory
Nov 07 2014
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Win Jhonata Diniz Glory 15: Istanbul
Apr 12 2014
03:00 of Round 2
Win Ewerton Teixeira Glory 13: Tokyo
Dec 21 2013
Decision - Unanimous
Loss Errol Zimmerman Glory 11: Chicago
Oct 12 2013
00:38 of Round 3
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Fighter Bio

Twitter Hesdy Fighterheart Gerges

3-7-0 (1 KO) Netherlands

It's Showtime World Champion

WFCA World Champion 

WFCA European Champion 

Hesdy Gerges was born in the Netherlands to parents from Egypt. He was raised in one of Amsterdam’s toughest areas and by his teenage years was regularly getting into fights on the streets and in school. A friend advised him to try kickboxing so at 15 years of age he walked into a small gym in Haarlem to give it a try.

He turned out to be a natural. After two years there he was advised that he had outgrown the gym and should seek a higher level to take his career further. Gerges was introduced to Thom Harnick, founder and head coach of the Chakuriki gym. Harinck has coached numerous champions and was responsible for bringing Peter Aerts and Badr Hari onto the world stage.

Gerges blossomed in his new home, training and sparring with top professional fighters. He became a main training partner for Jerome Le Banner and also worked a lot with Anderson ‘Braddock’ Silva. Chakuriki is known for producing fighters who have a lot of heart and toughness. Gerges embraced the gym’s philosophies so fully that he earned the nickname ‘Fighterheart’.

In 2010 Gerges took a win over Badr Hari and became the heavyweight champion of It's Showtime, the top European organization at the time. He held the belt until 2012, losing it to Daniel Ghita. Early in 2013 his coach Harinck turned 69 years old and announced his retirement, prompting Gerges to move to the Vos Gym, an equally iconic Amsterdam institution which has Ivan Hippolyte, trainer of Remy Bonjasky, as its head coach.