• 20% Off All Jaco Products Until Aug. 25th



    Until Tuesday August 25th, get 20% off all JACO products while supplies last!  
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    Jaco LogoJACO is an elite performance sports brand that designs apparel for the training disciplines and emerging culture of a new breed of athlete. Find a great selection of Jaco gear, all on sale now at MMAIndustries.com

  • Boon Jerseys 15% Off


    Until Tuesday August 18th, take an additional 15% off the already low prices for all Boon Jerseys.  Use code "boon15" on checkout.   PLUS get free shipping on all domestic orders over $75!

    • This Boon Jersey has the classic Boon logo printed across the front.
    • This jersey runs slightly tighter than other jerseys so if you're in between sizes go with the next size up.
    • Made in Thailand

    If you walk into a sweaty, competition-proven gym in Bangkok, you will see Boon fight gear. Why? Because Boon Sport prides themselves on the quality and craftsmanship of their training gear and apparel.

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    About MMA Industries:
    At MMAIndustries.com, visitors will find exclusive gear, clothing, and apparel not found on many other retailer's sites. Staff members have an in-depth knowledge about each product sold on the site. Also, all staff members are long time industry veterans, and understand the need for top quality gear. MMA Industries provides customers with the absolute best MMA & Muay Thai gear and apparel available on the market today.

  • Take 15% Off All Venum Shorts


    Until Sunday July 19th, take an additional 15% off our already low prices for all Venum shorts in stock.

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    About Venum:
    Venum began quietly in 2006 as a small Brazilian company, catering mostly to BJJ competitors. Since then, they have grown exponentially into a leading mixed martial arts gear manufacturer.  They are a big supporter of the martial arts community, and rely on input from world champion fighters to engineer their fighting gear.   Their products are high quality, iconic, and innovative.

  • MMA Industries Announces the Addition of the YOKKAO Boxing Product Line

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    After thorough research and testing, MMA Industries has recently announced the addition of the YOKKAO Boxing product line. YOKKAO Muay Thai bags, pads, gloves, shin guards, and shorts are now available for purchase online.

    YOKKAO products now available include:

    Belly Pads - Yokkao belts are made to resist the high workload and continuous stress of intense training.

    Focus Mitts - Made from genuine hand sewn leather with shock absorber padding, these mitts will handle years of intense training.

    Kicking Pads - Kicking pads are a vital piece of equipment for Muay Thai training sessions.

    Muay Thai Shorts – Specifically designed for ease of movement and increased comfort.

    Gloves – Velcro, Lace up, Bag Matt, and MMA gloves available.

    Shin Guards - Yokkao shin guards are made to give maximum protection during the hardest Muay Thai training sessions, featuring a double velcro rear closure which is tested to over 100,000 rips.

    Head Guards - Made entirely of leather, inside and out, these head guards ensure the maximum comfort and protection.

    Heavy Bags - Yokkao Boxing created a heavy bag collection never seen before. The size and weight of each heavy bag has been researched to improve performance in Muay Thai and Thai Boxing training.

    Shirts – These innovative print designs will never cease to amaze you.

    About YOKKAO:
    With a staff made of professional ex-fighters, YOKKAO started in 2010 with one major goal in mind; to produce the best Muay Thai equipment and apparel in the world. YOKKAO enlisted the help of expert trainers and fighters to help design and test each product until perfect.
    By using innovative designs, high quality materials, and unique aesthetic styles, the YOKKAO brand is now one of the top selling brands in the Muay Thai market.

    Check out our full YOKKAO product line at the lowest prices anywhere, click here: Yokkao

  • 10% Off All Hayabusa Products Until June 20th


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    About Hayabusa
    The term “Hayabusa" is the Japanese word for peregrine falcon. A predator renowned of speed, power and strength, the falcon possesses the same attributes as the legions of combat athletes around the world who put their trust in Hayabusa. The “spirit of the fighter” philosophy of honor, respect and tradition influences the design and construction of all Hayabusa products.

    The Japanese code of Bushido demanded each warrior craft their weapons and armor with a reverence and degree of workmanship unparalleled in any culture. Hayabusa continues to employ the essence of this code in its dedication to scientific advancement, precision engineering and unmatched performance in every aspect of production. Hayabusa delivers an unmatched level of innovation and quality that has become the new Gold Standard for combat equipment and technical apparel.

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  • 10% Off Muay Thai Shorts

    10% Off All Muay Thai Shorts
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  • Must See MMA Fights In April 2015


    April has a fantastic lineup of fights, and even though the TJ Dillashaw vs. Renan Barao II fight cancellation was disappointing news, there are plenty more that are definitely must see.

    April 4th:

    UFC Fight Night Mendes vs. Lamas
    This UFC event hosted will be hosted at the Patriot Center in Fairfax this Saturday. Featherweights Ricardo Lamas and Chad Mendes headline the main event. Mendes is fresh from his enthralling decision defeat last October, to Jose Aldo.

    April 10th:

    Bellator MMA: Bellator 136
    In the headline event, Will Brooks (15-1) defends his lightweight championship versus Dave Jansen (20-2). Also, previous Bellator heavyweight champion, Alexander Volkov, returns to the cage to face Tony Johnson. In Bellator, Volkov has a 6-1 record, with four wins by way of stoppage. Johnson (8-2) last competed at Bellator in 2011, when he beat Derrick Lewis (who now fights in the UFC) by unanimous decision.

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    Lawrence vs. Toomer and Cullum vs. Rave should both be entertaining fights.

    Fight Night Live on CBS
    A good boxing match might be worth a watch, when Adonis Stevenson meets Sakio Bika. Although Stevenson is the deserved favorite, an upset would not be out of the question. Bika used to hold the super middleweight title, and is an experienced, rugged opponent with a great chin, who can mix it with the best of them. Bika gave Joe Calzaghe a tough fight in 2006. Stevenson, who is currently the RING Magazine and WBC light heavyweight champion, has home advantage. However, Bika is no stranger to fighting on the road.

    April 18th:

    UFC on Fox: Machida vs. Rockhold
    The UFC is holding its' Fox event in New Jersey, Newark at the Prudential Center. The headline event is a highly anticipated middleweight non title fight. Recent middleweight title challenger and former light heavyweight champion, Lyoto Machida, faces ex Strikeforce middleweight champ Luke Rockhold. The winner of this should be in line for a shot at the title, especially Rockhold, who has never fought for the UFC championship.

    April 24th:

    Invicta FC 12 Kankaanpaa vs. Souza
    Stephanie Skinner vs Cassie Rodish should be a great fight - both are top atomweight prospects.

    ONE Championship 26: Ben Askren vs. Luis Santos
    Askren, is the former Bellator MMA welterweight champion, and this will be his 3rd fight with ONE Championship. Askren is undefeated with four straight wins. Santos, was also a Bellator fighter and started with ONE back in November, when he stopped Abbasov in round one of their match.

    April 25th:

    UFC 186: Johnson vs. Horiguchi
    The Bell Center in Montreal is the venue for UFC 186, when Kyoji Horiguchi from Japan will challenge Demetrious Johnson for the flyweight championship. This is certainly an interesting match up. Horiguchi might be a bit out of his depth, but he does have power so anything can happen. Quinton Jackson might be prevented from competing on the main card at the Octagon, if the lawsuit Bellator has filed against him is successful. If he does compete, he will face Fabio Maldonado. Jackson defeated three opponents at Bellator previously, knocking out Christian M'Pumbu and Joey Beltran, prior to winning a decision over his nemesis Muhammed Lawal, at Bellator 120.

    The other big fight worth mentioning on this card is Bisping versus Dollaway. Both men were trounced in their last outings, so this is a do or die match up. Bisping (25-7) tapped out for the first time, when he lost by submission to Luke Rockhold last time out. Dollaway (15-6) was overwhelmed by a kick to the body and numerous punches, when he was defeated by Lyoto Machida last year, in just over a minute.

    In boxing, also on April 25, Wladimir Klitschko aims to continue his dominance of the heavyweight division, by beating Bryant Jennings for the Heavyweight Championship at Madison Square Gardens. Recently, Wladimir has tended to fight in Germany. However, this new 'viable' American opponent has attracted American support for this fight, so fighting in the US is now a worthwhile option for Klitschko. Jennings is a good athlete, but he only started boxing aged twenty-four. He is a few inches shorter and about twenty pounds lighter than the champion, so it is hard to envisage him causing an upset. Most fans want to see Klitschko mixing it with either recently crowned WBC champion, Deontay Wilder, or the Brit Tyson Fury. If Klitschko gets past Jennings as expected, hopefully at least one of those fights can happen before the end of the year.

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  • How Much Do MMA Fighters Make?

    How Much Money Do MMA Fighters Make? How does it compare to other professional sports?

    mma fighter salaryMMA's a great sport. It's part beauty, part brutality, and it's started to make stars out of some of its fighters. While there are only a few household names in the sport, that doesn't mean that true fans don't spend their days following a rather wider roster of fighters. Given the growing popularity of MMA, many may wonder - how much money do MMA fighters make? How does it compare to other professional sports? Even long time MMA fans might be surprised to find out how much - or how little - some of these incredible athletes make.

    One of the first things to understand about MMA pay is that the vast majority of fighters are paid per fight - they're not on a year-long contract like other pro athletes, and paydays only come after they fight. If a new fighter makes it into a major promotion, they could expect to pull in somewhere between six and ten thousand dollars per fight. That might sound great, but the numbers are skewed when considering that an average new fighter in a major promotion is only going to see action once or twice a year.

    People may see a top fighter winning and making tons of money, and think that it is an easy way to make a living, but the reality is that it is not.  A fighters life is a tough life, its not an easy sport, it involves long hours of training with a high risk of injury, and a short window of earning opportunity. The average salary for a relatively new, MMA fighter probably averages around twenty-thousand dollars per year.

    That's not to say that money can't be made in MMA - UFC headliners can make millions, especially after bonues and PPV revenues are distributed.  Georges St. Pierre, for example, recently commented that he made about four and a half million dollars per fight. When compared to the top five or ten fighters against other athletes, they're actually paid very well on a per-bout basis.  Sponsorship deals for top fighters can also be very lucrative.  When Brock Lesnar, for example, was with the UFC, he reportedly made around five million dollars off of his sponsorship deal with Jimmy John's.  It's the lower part of the card that tends to suffer. Unfortunately, for some, being an MMA fighter can be a very high risk, low reward financial proposition, however, its not always just about the money.  It's hard to argue the fact that doing what you love, has its own rewards.

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