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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by devilfisted, Jan 15, 2015.

  1. devilfisted Brown Belt

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    I know a lot has been made about how the Rebok deal will hurt the lower tier fighters... But has the UFC put the final nail in the coffin of a dying industry in MMA clothing? I know a lot of the clothing line suck.
     
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    No. MMA clothing is terrible and will never be more than a niche thing anyway

    /thread
     
  3. SnowBlynd Red Belt

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    The foil dragons and skulls are up in heaven now thanks to that reebok deal
     
  4. devilfisted Brown Belt

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    I agree with those going away. Some are apart of the sport and deserve to be in the UFC. I don't own anything tapout but they helped build the sport.
     
  5. squatchi26 Brown Belt

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    does anybody still wear reebok? Bellator may counter with a LA gear or British Knights sponsorship deal.
     
  6. axecutioner Red Belt

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    There are some 18-year-olds with shitty tribal tattoos and gelled up hair that would disagree with you.
     
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    Reebok seems to have an affinity for fad sports with D level athletes. First it's Crossfit, now UFC...maybe this summer it'll be the official apparel for American Ninja Warrior contestants.
     
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    Maybe ufc should consider Fila as a sponsor also.
     
  9. devilfisted Brown Belt

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    BK's were the shit!
     
  10. dmtpanic Brown Belt

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    MMA simply needs to do what other sports do with their clothing merch.

    Stop with the weird peacocking t-shirts. That shit's offensive.
     
  11. masterofthetap Blue Belt

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    It's like they try to make the shirts as obnoxious and douchey as humanly possible.
     
  12. deviake Draw me like one of your french girls

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    I laughed out loud, though I disagree - they're just migrating to other pastures.
     
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    marketing 101.... know your target audience.
     
  14. oldschoolmmafan PEOPLE=SHIT

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    Hope your joking... I got a couple great mma shirts , warbird fedor jumper is great but nothing compares to my old pride hoodies.
     
  15. knoxville80 LaTiN PoWeR

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    UFC clothes are alright i dont think they suck, but ive seen the neck part of their t-shirts is really weak, and get damaged pretty easily, idk how is this phenomenon called, but a t-shirt with this kinda damage is called in my country desjetada.

    imo ecko unltd does the best t-shirts for MMA.
     

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