Moroccan fighters Zakaria Zouggary and Mohammed Jaraya won their fights on Saturday night; Badr Hari, on the other hand, was not as lucky.
The fighters took part in the Glory Collision 2 event that featured Badr Hari against Rico Verhoeven as the main event, in Arnhem, eastern Netherlands.
Zouggary, competing in the featherweight division, won by unanimous decision against American fighter Asa Ten Pow. The Moroccan fighter raised his win record to 32 wins throughout his professional career, including 16 by knockout, and only five losses.
Jaraya also won his fight by unanimous decision against Indonesian fighter Massaro Glunder. The welterweight fighter has won 64 bouts in his career, 36 by knockout, and only lost eight fights.
In his congratulation message, the King commended the competitive spirit of the fighters that enabled them to win their matches.
The monarch also expressed his conviction that the wins will motivate young fighters to persevere and achieve victories, hoisting the flag of Morocco at international competitions.
On Saturday night, the third fighter representing Morocco, Badr Hari, was unlucky and did not finish his fight.
After arguably outperforming his Dutch opponent in the first two rounds and knocking him down twice, Hari injured his ankle in an attempt to knock Verhoeven out with a high kick. The Moroccan kickboxer left the ring in tears on a stretcher.
The 35-year-old kickboxer, known as one of the greatest kickboxers of all time, received messages of support from his opponent and from multiple other sports celebrities.