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MF's favourite MMA t-shirts

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Tokyo 5, Bravery

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You might have seen members of the UK’s Team Rough House (including Andre Winner and Paul Daley) wearing Tokyo 5’s walkout T-shirt, but that’s just one of the company’s line of kanji-covered wares. This classic has the Japanese symbol for bravery on the front and an embroidered pattern on the back – stylish and fairly understated compared with most fightwear. 


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£40

Available from www.made4fighters.co.uk (opens in new tab)


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Warrior International MMA Forest

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Warrior sponsors the likes of Gabriel Gonzaga and Shane Carwin, but you don’t need to be a granite-fisted giant to rock its best-known tee, which goes all the way down to Tyson Griffin size. The classic woodland/Viking motif is printed in super-soft ink that you can’t feel through the shirt – so it’s gentle on your skin when you’ve got a bad case of gi rash.

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£28

Available from www.made4fighters.co.uk (opens in new tab)


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Silverstar Machida UFC 104 Walkout Tee

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This is the design Lyoto ‘The Dragon’ Machida wore to the ring for his bout against Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua – no word on whether he’ll be pulling it on again for the rematch, but it’s certainly a striking bit of kit, with a giant bronze samurai helmet across the back. It’s also got Machida’s name on, so nobody’s going to be in any doubt where your loyalties lie.

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£45

Available from www.made4fighters.co.uk (opens in new tab)


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Fighters Only Tapout T-Shirt

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UK-based Fighters Only have plenty of ties to the top tier of MMA, including a yearly awards ceremony in Las Vegas. Their t-shirt’s a bit of an acquired taste – the vaguely soviet-style art is cool and if you're not big on subtlety, you'll dig it. If, however, you're the kind of chap who doesn't want people sizing you up for a scrap in the pub, a t-shirt featuring a muscular behemoth ground-and-pounding his opponent might not be right for you.

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£25

Available from www.fightersonlymagazine.co.uk (opens in new tab)

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