Category: Revgear Fighters

Take 6 with Revgear – Myles Jury

What was your first experience with Martial Arts? At the time I encountered Martial Arts I didn’t have much going for me and I was not on the best path without any positive people around to follow or learn from. One day I met Don Richard, who is a black belt under Caique that took me under his wing. Don got me started in wrestling and...

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Team Revgear – Jimi Manuwa – Revgear Fight Camp

Revgear is the proud equipment and training sponsor of UFC Light Heavyweight and current ranked #10 fighter in the organization, Jimi ‘Poster Boy’ Manuwa. Since Jimi began his camp over 2 months ago he has been using the Revgear brand and it’s products in his training as he prepares to compete in the UFC Fight Night: Gustafsson vs. Manuwa Main Event in London, United Kingdom on...

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Take 6 with Revgear – Legacy Bantamweight Eli Tamez

Take 6 with Revgear - Legacy Fighting Bantamweight Eli Tamez What was your first experience with Martial Arts? I actually used to go to a local bar fight night where they would let anyone compete. It was either boxing or grappling matches and I started and then would compete in that every week. Which disciplines have you trained before pursuing MMA? I started training BJJ 8 months prior to my...

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Take 6 with Revgear – UFC Lightweight Joe Proctor

Take 6 with Revgear – UFC Lightweight Joe Proctor What was your first experience with Martial Arts? My first time training was back in 2008, I went into Reality Self Defense which is now Lauzon MMA and I started out with a beginner grappling class. I liked learning all the technique but what I think really got me hooked on it was when we starting grappling for...

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Take 6 with Revgear – UFC Middleweight Yoel Romero

 Take 6 with Revgear – UFC Middleweight Yoel Romero What was your first experience with Martial Arts? The first experience I had with Martial Arts was in Germany.  I received a phone call out of nowhere and they said they we are having amateur fights and one of the fighters dropped out.  They wanted to ask if I would be interested in fighting.  I said yes and...

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Take 6 with Revgear – UFC Heavyweight Gabe Gonzaga

Take 6 with Revgear – UFC Heavyweight Gabe Gonzaga What was your first experience with Martial Arts? I started and began to learn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for self-defense at the age of 14 years old when I was a teenager in Brazil. Which disciplines have you trained before pursuing MMA? After beginning Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training after six years I became a BJJ Black Belt in 1999, and I also did...

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UFC Middleweight Yoel Romero – Revgear Fight Team – Revgear Fight Camp Sponsorship

“First things first, I would like to thank Revgear for sending me my training equipment for my upcoming fight and being my official training camp sponsor.  In the past I have trained with other gear and never have I felt as comfortable as I did with the Revgear products.  The Revgear Enforcer Boxing Gloves felt great when I was sparring, very comfortable fit on my...

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Take 6 with Revgear – UFC Middleweight Chris Camozzi

 Take 6 with Revgear – UFC Middleweight Chris Camozzi What was your first experience with Martial Arts? My first experience with Martial Arts goes way back to when I was 6 or 7. I lived in Concord, California and my parents signed me up for Karate. I really wanted to do Boxing but Karate seemed cool too. I remember it being fun but all I really wanted...

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Chris Camozzi: Fight For The Troops Post Fight Blog

The dust has settled and my eye has cleared up a little so I wanted to put together a blog for you guys telling you about the fight and everything that lead up to it. I want to start off by saying that I’ve always wanted to fight on one of the Military appreciation cards that the UFC does since the first one I saw. I...

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WMMA Title Contender Leslie Smith: Up Close and Personal

Guest blogger Aaron Tru shares his experience while on the road filming  for Revgear: I recently hit the road and headed north, leaving the confines of my comfort zone in Southern California and travelling to Walnut Creek just outside of San Francisco. Having successfully made the 398 mile journey to 2012 gym of the year winner Cesar Gracie’s, Gracie Fighter Academy, I was excited to film...

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