Hey yall. This is my first review that I've been wanting to do since I'm pretty happy about both my gloves. First is the Everlast Glove. This is the Pro version that costs $80 not the cheap $30 ones you get at sports stores. Although Everlast advertises two different Pro Training gloves and Pro bag gloves, they are the same exact glove. They seem to designed for both sparring or bag work, whichever you chose to use it for. I got them for sparring but I tested them out a few times on a heavybag and mitts. I got them in white and although in my opinion it looks good, stuff will get on it from the bags or pads. The glove feels and looks like its well made but I was a little worried at first because a thread from the elastic cuff came off a bit when I first got them. No problems since. Although they are 16oz, they are smaller than 16s from some of the other brands I've seen. The foam seems to be packed densely together and is very firm. I've been hit by a sparring partner who has these and they felt a little harder than some other 16s I've been hit with. The glove feels very tight and provides good wrist support. It takes some effort to get it on with handwraps. Since it is new, the hand area is very stiff and its hard for me to close my fist tightly for an extended period. If you're able to close your first, it provides good protection for your hands. There's ample amount of padding around. So far, I like this glove a lot except for the price. Next are the Rival RB1s. I decided to get Rival for my bagwork because I've heard so much about how they make awesome gloves. I actually originally ordered the RB2 Ultra Baggloves. I emailed Title why it was taking so long for them to ship and a guy named Ryan got to me quickly and told me the item was out of stock. They sent me these gloves which are 10 dollars more expensive for the same price ($75 not including shipping). So thanks to Ryan and Title for that. Anyway, I got them in 12oz. Compared to the Everlasts, the foam isn't as packed tightly so the gloves feel softer. As you can see in the pictures above, the Rivals aren't that much smaller despite there being a 4oz difference. The glove doesn't feel as snug compared to the Everlasts and there is little wrist support. But it still feels good around my fist and I don't look for wrist support in gloves anyway. I get that from my wraps. I haven't trained seriously in them, but tested them out on the mitts held by my girlfriend. Not exactly the best way to guage a gloves performance but oh well. The rivals have good hand protection and feel good to have them on. They are much better than the bag gloves I've been using the past year. I'm very satisfied with the gloves but I do have a few small qualms about: 1. I feel I could've gotten a comparable pair of gloves for a cheaper price from a different brand if I did more research. 2. The weird strap system they have seems superfluous to me. The extra strap doesn't seem to give me more support. Not to mention its a tad bit harder to put on. 3. The glove looks cool and futuristic in pictures online, but in real life it looks like a toy. It also has "Rival" plastered all over it in case I forget which glove I'm using. 4. There's a seam that goes down the middle of the contact area of the glove. As you can see in the picture here. I'm just worried that the seam will come loose since its gonna be taking a lot of pounding in that area. But the construction looks solid so hopefully that won't happen soon.