Sponsor Spotlight: Seven Fighters Represent Revgear Brand at UFC on Fox 8

July 25, 2013
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Revgear UFC on Fox 8 FightersRevgear, one of the top combat sports gear manufacturers in the UFC sponsorship program, is proud to announce their sponsorship of seven athletes competing on the July 27 UFC on FOX: Johnson vs. Moraga event in Seattle, WA.

Revgear has successfully been manufacturing gear for various Martial Arts disciplines for over 17 years and continues to grow along with the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. UFC on FOX: Johnson vs. Moraga features a UFC Flyweight Championship bout between Demetrious Johnson and top contender John Moraga. Past UFC on FOX events have exceeded 5.5 Million viewers and Revgear will maintain a strong presence among the nights bouts.

On the FOX Main Card portion of the event Middleweight Bobby Voelker will compete in the Revgear Spartan Pro II Shorts. Also competing in the Revgear Spartan Pro II Shorts on the FX Undercard of the event will be Ed Herman and Trevor Smith as they collide in a Middleweight bout. Lightweight fighter Daron Cruickshank will take on Yves Edwards while competing in the Revgear Staredown Vale Tudo Shorts and wearing the Revgear Intercontinental Walkout Shirt to the cage while Lightweight Danny Castillo of Ultimate Fitness Team Alpha Male will represent Revgear with a patch on his fight shorts as his official fight gear sponsor.

On the Facebook portion of the event Revgear fighters include Aaron Riley taking on Justin Salas and Yaotzin Meza fighting John Albert. Both Riley and Meza will compete in the Revgear Spartan Pro II Shorts.

Paul Reavlin, President, said: “As the sport of MMA continues to grow I couldn’t be happier to continue to be involved with supporting these athletes – without them, there would be no sport.” Reavlin continued, “For the past 17 years we have integrated ourselves into the martial arts community and hope to continue doing so for many years to come.”

  • Johnny

    another irrelevant article… if mmaweekly did there research they would know on the last card there was another 6-7 fighters sponsored by rev gear and the only fighter to actually come through for them was Gabriel Gonzaga (which rev gear prob didnt expect out of all the fighters they sponsored) … strugling and no named fighters get sponsored by REV GEAR

  • Fightbacker

    Seeing big companies such as rev gear sponsor fighters is huge for the sport, but there are still a lack of fighters being sponsored, which is why sites such as fightbacker.com have been created so that fighters can find sponsorship quickly and easily