“All my tattoos are periods in my life. Lot of my tattoos are for family members or people that are no longer with us. You know, getting a tattoo, to me, it’s obviously on your body. It has to have a deep meaning or for someone who is no longer with us.”
Glory Welterweight Richard Abraham
Glory Kickboxing debuted a new series on its YouTube channel Friday. “Bodywork” takes a look at the “stories and symbols” behind the tattoos of Glory fighters.
Popular welterweight Richard Abraham was the first fighter profiled on the show, and discussed the meaning behind some of his tattoos and the exotic locations where he got ink work done. Abraham also spoke of his love of Muay Thai and other topics.