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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-19-2010, 02:29 PM Thread Starter
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best fight gloves?

yea i wuz wondering what yalls opinions were on brands of fight gloves. i was thinking hayubusa, warrior, or rivals. would they be good? what are advantages and disadvantages? thank u
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The Rival MMA Training gloves are WAY to big, I bought them and they are huge its like training with a boxing glove on. The normal fight gloves would be fine, but i wouldn't use them for training, the hayubusa gloves look just as big as the Rivals, I would go with Combat Sports Hybrid Training gloves, or Combat Sports Amature MMA Gloves.

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alrite man. where can i find them at?
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im a huge hayabusa fan, all their products are top notch. their gloves seem to run really small, but after a few good sessions they break in real nice, highly recommend them.

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-21-2010, 07:59 AM
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I recommend Fairtex

I'am quite happy with my Fairtex MMA gloves. The fit well and last. I bought this model FGV12 http://www.truestore.eu/truestore/fa...ml?language=en

Also the shinpads are great, tight fitting and well padded.
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