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Old 06-04-2012, 04:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Ty$on View Post
Thank's for the help, now I will be getting 10oz's for direct fights, but what's a good reason to get a 12-14 oz glove for training/sparring? I'll get them for training if it's a plus.
I'm assuming you're an amateur... amateur heavyweights use 12oz. gloves in competition, not 10oz. gloves.

And in every competition I've been in, you can't use your own gloves. So don't bother buying a pair.

All of this doesn't apply if you're a pro, but if you were a pro, you likely wouldn't be asking this question.
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