Category: Wrestling

Introducing Revgear Technique of the Week Video Series

Revgear is consistently looking for new ways to offer MMA practitioners the most innovative and helpful gear and information in the market.  The dynamic relationships that Revgear has with the top coaches and fighters in the world have allowed us to bring you the Revgear Technique of the Week [TOW] video series.  The TOW series will feature a new video every week that break downs...

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Its All In The Family

Dominic and Kyra Batara have been busy submitting opponents and winning tournaments. So busy that we can’t keep up with all of their victories. Here is an update on what these two siblings have been up to.           Dominic Thunderdome Throwdown, Des Moines, WA: 1st place Oregon Challenge Kickoff Tournament: 1st place Oregon State University Making A Difference Tournament: 1st place Gig Harbor 3rd Annual Sprawl and Brawl, Gig Harbor, WA:...

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ChurchBoyz Wrestling Reaches New Heights

Revgear would like to congratulate the boys on their success at their first tournament of the 2011-2012 season. Way to go boys, we look forward to much success in your future! Revgear proudly sponsors the  Calvary Chapel Churchboyz Wrestling Team, a wrestling team dedicated to developing young men, physically and technically as wrestlers, and also as men who are morally and spiritually prepared to meet all...

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Upchurch Submits Opponent in First Round

Stephen Upchurch defeated his opponent in 3:20 of the first round at Wild Bill’s Fight Night 40 via guillotine choke. ...

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Revgear Welcomes Trent Svingala

  Revgear welcomes one of its newest Ambassadors, Trent Svingala, 11, to the Revgear family. Svingala trains at American Martial Arts in Valatie, New York. He practices Brazilian jiu jitsu, judo, Kyokushin karate, boxing, muay thai, wrestling and MMA. Svingala competes on a national level in judo, jiu jitsu and wrestling and is currently preparing for his first matches in karate and boxing. ...

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Team Knuckle Up Sweeps Titles at NAGA

Team Knuckle Up refused to come home empty handed at NAGA this year, adding eight 1st place and five 2nd place titles to their team record. From left to right; Jason Freidman placed 1st in purple and advanced no gi, Tecia Torres placed 1st in advanced no gi, 2nd in gi,  and 2nd in a higher  weight class. Laura Hart placed 1st  in gi, 1st in...

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Graham Achieves 23rd Win This Year

Parker “The Hydra” Graham won the youth 90-99 lbs. expert no-gi division at the 2011 NAGA Southeastern Championships, winning his second championship belt and bringing his record to 23-3 for the year 2011.     ...

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Nogawa Emerges Victorious

  Revgear  Ambassador Spencer Nogawa was victorious at Grappling X on Sept. 10 in the 16-17 year old division at 159 lbs. Spencer won two matches via submission and a 7-0 decision in the finals match.               ...

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Revgear fighter Dominic Batara

Revgear fighter Dominic Batara, 7, went 4-0 winning all of his matches in the Gi and No-Gi submitting all of his opponents.  His relentless game plan never put him in any danger as he worked his technique from top, north south and back mount positions throughout all of his fights.  Along with his wins, the highlight of the day was Dominic not giving up any points during any...

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Revgear fighter Jeremiah Maestre

Jeremiah Maestre (photo: in the middle) was born in Manila, Philippines and moved to San Francisco when he was three.  He grew up in the East Bay area in Contra Costa County.  When he graduated high school he moved to Southern California to go to Vanguard University. There Jeremiah started training at a Mixed Martial Arts gym that his friend was working at. He quickly...

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