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Super Quality Everlast: Mixed Martial Arts Grappling Gloves (MMA) Grappling Gloves
When I was a young man, growing up in Alabama, I attained the title of Lightweight Champion of the Southeast. I always claimed that the gloves you use in a match is one of the key factors in walking away as a champion. You may think this is a minor point. How could gloves be a deciding factor in your victory? Think about it. Over half of the populations of boxers in any given group suffer from broken or mangled hands. If your hands are not sufficiently wrapped and you don't have a top glove, you can break your hands easier than you think. As we used to say in the old days, the gloves are to protect your hands, not the other fighter's face. In those days, my glove of choice was Everlast, both for training and for championship fights. And now as manager of the up and coming Buster Collins, I recommend Everlast as head and shoulders above the cheaper gloves. Let me tell you why I selected the Everlast Martial Arts Grappling Gloves for Buster. It goes back to when Hemingway and I traveled into lion and tiger country.
Did you know that Hemingway loved to spar? If he wasn't fishing for Marlin or shooting tigers in Africa, or writing a novel, he was sparring with his compatriots. And he would not take the first Safari step without his Everlast Martial Arts Grappling gloves. He used to say if you want the best in Martial Arts Grappling Gloves, check out the choices provided by Everlast. Now days, Mohammed Ali recommends them as training gloves. They feature open-palm and curved anatomical grip and fit. I was amazed at how comfortable they were. Ali likes the fact that they protect your hands like nothing else and provide hook and loop wrist straps with tri-sect closure for protection. Made from quality leather, they are lined with antimicrobial material that wicks away moisture. When I tried them I was amazed to feel that my hands felt smooth and dry, avoiding that yucky feeling when excessive moisture reigns.
The Bear, Hemingway and the Mixed Martial Arts Grappling Gloves
On one safari, Hemingway and I came face to face with a bear. Fortunately we both had our Everlast Martial Arts Grappling Gloves on, for we had just been sparring before leaving the camp. The Bear first charged me, but Ernest distracted the Bear and he changed directions and charged Hemingway. While he was focused on Hemingway, I hit him across the jaw with a full power cross and the Bear recoiled and roared. Then he came after me and Hemingway hit him on the other side of his jaw and the bear looked dazed. We kept this pattern up until the bear was subdued. A bit of advice. Don't try this at home. Back then we were in top shape and were experienced hunters. And we were lucky enough to get a rhythm going that worked. One microsecond delay and we would have ended up as bear snack. But most of all we thanked our gloves, the Mixed Martial Arts Grappling Gloves. They were sturdy enough to hold up in a bear attack.
Now there are lots of styles of grappling gloves made, so it behooves one to pay attention to the detailed features. They will vary according to what you want the gloves to do, according to how you want them to perform. For example, look for padding in the thumb. Sometimes this is neglected. Another thing to consider is the smoothness of the inside fit. Are there any hard surfaces or sharp areas that over time would create pain of actually damage tissue? Hemingway was meticulous about this. He demanded to try out the gloves for months until he found a pair that pleased him. Back in those days, he bought a lot of hunting gear from Abercrombie and Fitch, but his favorite company for mixed martial arts grappling gloves was Everlast. He loved their attention to detail. And the interesting development is that Everlast is still top dog in mixed martial arts grappling gloves (MMA). They are more pleasing to more fighters than any other brand.
Specialization of MMA-Mixed Martial Arts Grappling Gloves: Do They Perform Like Magic?
Because individuals vary and the purposes for which one plans to use the gloves vary, you will find that there are many variations of the basic model described above. Some gloves have more padding than others. This is to protect your hands. Some come up a bit higher on the wrist and some have extra straps for security. Some have a bar inside the padding so you have something to grip. Advancements in fabric function have added to what you can expect to find in the way of anti-microbial and wicking power. Also, the quality of leather used to house the inner gloves is of importance. You want the leather to be premium grade and comfortable, yet long lasting in wear. In short, they should be made to order and they should perform like magic. You should choose the refinements toward the goal of having the best Mixed Martial Arts Grappling Gloves That Perform like Magic! Much of your decision on what specific characteristics you choose will be determined by the use you plan for the gloves. For example, if you only want them for light training, then you do not need as much padding as you would for actual boxing matches. All you need is enough padding to protect your hands. So, if you are selecting a pair of Mixed Martial Arts Grappling Gloves for combat, then you will need more padding to protect your hands. Be sure to use a hand wrap before you secure the gloves. Your hands are more susceptible to injury than you realize. And once you break your hands, there is always the possibility that they may not mend right and it may end your boxing career, so it behooves you to go all out and protect yourself with the best.