View Full Version : Fighting Brand? Fake Winning?


TEXSTRO
10-05-2009, 01:43 PM
I was just wondering what the difference is on these? I am really tempted to buy a pair just because I am not serious enough to buy the best but the white gloves look flashy. Plus my Gels suck!

I3C727
10-05-2009, 03:49 PM
this has been covered so many times. there is a review on youtube where ratethisgear.com compares the two. its under the fighting sports glove review.

also i would probably recommend triumph united heatseekers for a winning replica. they look atot better then the fighting sports.

or just do yourself a favor and get grant pro training, alot of people like them more then winning.

supRa
10-05-2009, 04:15 PM
yea my grants r the shiiiiitttttttt.... they feel nice...

mrboxer
10-05-2009, 04:27 PM
if you have a pair why bother you are an amateur right?it does not matter what brand you have,you could have on the best if you do not know how to punch they will not make you punch,you need training,before even putting a pair on,shadow box in front of the mirror and throw combos for a bout 3 months keep your punches short with snap,:boxing:

TEXSTRO
10-05-2009, 04:34 PM
if you have a pair why bother you are an amateur right?it does not matter what brand you have,you could have on the best if you do not know how to punch they will not make you punch,you need training,before even putting a pair on,shadow box in front of the mirror and throw combos for a bout 3 months keep your punches short with snap,:boxing:

I am amateur but not a complete amatuer. I understand where you are coming from. I bother because I want a good brand thats comfortable and doesnt have my hands feeling like crap at the end of the day. I am not going pro but I would like to have a quality glove.

TEXSTRO
10-05-2009, 04:36 PM
this has been covered so many times. there is a review on youtube where ratethisgear.com compares the two. its under the fighting sports glove review.

also i would probably recommend triumph united heatseekers for a winning replica. they look atot better then the fighting sports.

or just do yourself a favor and get grant pro training, alot of people like them more then winning.

Good looking out. I was looking at those too. I just want a good glove but not spend all my money on a name I want some quality too. I appreciate the help guys!

TEXSTRO
10-05-2009, 04:38 PM
The reason for this because my hands have started to feel sore lately. Im not saying Im punching with devastating power but I am a heavy weight so regardless im hitting everything with good force. Just want to protect my hands well.

mrboxer
10-05-2009, 05:06 PM
your hands hurt because you do not wrap your hands properly and you do not hit the bag correctly,if you hands are wrapped the right way and you hit the bag with good combos in the correct manner you could be wearing a pair of winter mitts and not hurt your hands, very rarely does a boxer hurt their hands on a bag,you are probably swing and swatting the bag with open hands and slapping the bag in an uncoordinated motion,i am surprised that only your hands are sore usually you can dislocate your shoulder,his your arm in a sling?:boxing:

oniham
10-05-2009, 05:29 PM
I bought those grant campeon glvoes, they aren't best but I like them. They blow the water out of those cheapy $30 everlast gloves i bought from sports authority

rskumm21
10-05-2009, 05:35 PM
your hands hurt because you do not wrap your hands properly and you do not hit the bag correctly,if you hands are wrapped the right way and you hit the bag with good combos in the correct manner you could be wearing a pair of winter mitts and not hurt your hands, very rarely does a boxer hurt their hands on a bag,you are probably swing and swatting the bag with open hands and slapping the bag in an uncoordinated motion,i am surprised that only your hands are sore usually you can dislocate your shoulder,his your arm in a sling?:boxing:

How do you know how he's hitting the bag and what do you care if the guy wants to get good gloves? He's asking advice on glove brands. Trust me, good gloves make a difference. Hey man-- don't listen to this Prick and go with some Grants, or if yo have the money, most definitely Winning. Now if you're on a budget Ringside IMF tech are decent quality.

mrboxer
10-05-2009, 05:46 PM
what are you talking about why should he buy the gloves,how is your shoulder are you in a sling too,what do you want from me i do not know you:boxing:

TEXSTRO
10-05-2009, 05:51 PM
your hands hurt because you do not wrap your hands properly and you do not hit the bag correctly,if you hands are wrapped the right way and you hit the bag with good combos in the correct manner you could be wearing a pair of winter mitts and not hurt your hands, very rarely does a boxer hurt their hands on a bag,you are probably swing and swatting the bag with open hands and slapping the bag in an uncoordinated motion,i am surprised that only your hands are sore usually you can dislocate your shoulder,his your arm in a sling?:boxing:

Well for I do wrap my hands properly. If everything you mentioned above was the case then My hands would have always hurt a long time ago. My hands have been getting sore just recently because I think its due to my gloves being worn. I work out 5 days a week. I use same gloves for everything except sparring. I dont slap and actually my form and technique have improved greatly that i feel like im hitting the bag harder.

TEXSTRO
10-05-2009, 05:57 PM
How do you know how he's hitting the bag and what do you care if the guy wants to get good gloves? He's asking advice on glove brands. Trust me, good gloves make a difference. Hey man-- don't listen to this Prick and go with some Grants, or if yo have the money, most definitely Winning. Now if you're on a budget Ringside IMF tech are decent quality.

I was leaning towards teh grants because well winning is just too expensive at the moment. Its his opinion even though he has never seen me hit the bag. Its all good. I appreciate your help bro. Its seems everyone talks about grant so more than likely I will order these. A couple guys use the grants in or Gym they say they are great i just wanted a more broad opinion.

I3C727
10-05-2009, 06:54 PM
your hands hurt because you do not wrap your hands properly and you do not hit the bag correctly,if you hands are wrapped the right way and you hit the bag with good combos in the correct manner you could be wearing a pair of winter mitts and not hurt your hands, very rarely does a boxer hurt their hands on a bag,you are probably swing and swatting the bag with open hands and slapping the bag in an uncoordinated motion,i am surprised that only your hands are sore usually you can dislocate your shoulder,his your arm in a sling?:boxing:

Your post is moronic. Please don't come in here blaming his problem on bad technique. If your post was the case then all of the top boxers in the world would just hit bags bare handed. I can barely even understand your post anyway so why would I even begin to think it is plausible. The OP may not be as experienced but once your hands go then you cannot box anymore anyway. Protecting them and yourself with good equipment should always be the number 1 priority.


I bought those grant campeon glvoes, they aren't best but I like them. They blow the water out of those cheapy $30 everlast gloves i bought from sports authority

Don't get anything campeon.

Don Flamenco
10-07-2009, 11:24 AM
Holy ****. They are now on sale for 39.99. good lawd that is a very tempting price.

I3C727
10-07-2009, 12:54 PM
damn that is a good deal.

oniham
10-07-2009, 02:07 PM
Yeah at this point i kind of wish i shelled out the extra cash for the pro trainings but hey what can you do about it lol. The headgear and cup aren't too bad though

-GBGQ-
10-07-2009, 02:29 PM
Holy ****. They are now on sale for 39.99. good lawd that is a very tempting price.

Are the gloves on sale???

I just ordered the groin protector yesterday for 34.99.

Let me know, THanks!

Don Flamenco
10-07-2009, 02:42 PM
They have cups?


Yeah it looks like the gloves are on sale

Panchito
10-07-2009, 02:43 PM
yeah it looks like it's on sale

Hey Don, which gloves are you talking about?

Don Flamenco
10-07-2009, 02:55 PM
The Winning knock offs Triumph United Japanese Heatseekers in laceup

http://store.titleboxing.com/triumph-united-lace-training-gloves.html

Panchito
10-07-2009, 03:08 PM
I think I might pick up a pair, I3C727 sent me a link of some people who reviewed the glove. Seems like a good buy, especially for 39.99.

Don Flamenco
10-07-2009, 03:19 PM
I think I might pick up a pair, I3C727 sent me a link of some people who reviewed the glove. Seems like a good buy, especially for 39.99.

If you get them, let us know how you like them. For that price, there really isn't alot to lose especially if they retail for much much more. Just not sure yet if I trust the people on sherdog doing those reviews. Those are the same MMA guys that knocked the IMF's.

Phenomkidd
10-07-2009, 05:07 PM
Nah, the IMFs and the Title GELs are loved over there. Along with KO Fight Gear. But I have my T*Us and I love them, haven't used them too extensively though.

fdotorres
10-07-2009, 07:17 PM
Nah, the IMFs and the Title GELs are loved over there. Along with KO Fight Gear. But I have my T*Us and I love them, haven't used them too extensively though.

which are better in you opinion? the TU or the Fighting gloves?

I have a pair of title platinum that i got and i don't like them so much, so i was thinking of exchanging them for the TU