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Mixed Martial Arts fighting has risen to prominence across the world lately putting traditional combative sports such as boxing on the back burner. While boxing has had its share of popular endorsers such as Muhammad Ali and Oscar De La Hoya, MMA fighting has yet to reach that sort of level. Japanese fighter Caol Uno has been the exception forging a strong relationship with Nike. His original collaborations include the release of training gear and footwear. This latest collection encompasses a few different items such as outerwear, bags and footwear. Image: honeyee

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Mixed Martial Arts fighting has risen to prominence across the world lately putting traditional combative sports such as boxing on the back burner. While boxing has had its share of popular endorsers such as Muhammad Ali and Oscar De La Hoya, MMA fighting has yet to reach that sort of level. Japanese fighter Caol Uno has been the exception forging a strong relationship with Nike. His original collaborations include the release of training gear and footwear. This latest collection encompasses a few different items such as outerwear, bags and footwear.

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