Titan FC has signed a new uniform deal with Art in Motion (AIM), a premium sports performance apparel brand headquartered in Miami with manufacturing facilities in the Dominican Republic.
Beginning with Titan FC 54 on Friday, April 26, fighters and their corners will now be provided with uniformity.
Understanding the importance of sponsorship for individual fighters, Titan FC officials worked with AIM to create an ascetically appealing and professional looking uniform that provides space for a fighter’s sponsor logos.
“As Titan FC continues to grow our brand through a renewed media licensing deal with UFC Fight Pass, international expansion, new forms of combat sports offerings such as Combat Grappling, and major corporate partners such as It’s A 10 Haircare, Fifty States Vodka, Reviver CBD, Dynamic Wellness, Zebra, King Pro Boxing and now Art in Motion, providing our athletes with a premium uniform to compete in made sense as a logical and exciting progression. However, we also understand the value of sponsors for individual athletes and thus have been working with our new partners at AIM as well as our athletes and their representatives to find a balance that works for all parties involved” said Lex McMahon, COO of Titan FC.
AIM (Art In Motion) is a young brand, but owners Leon Barrocas and Sergio Rodriguez have been involved in combat sports and apparel manufacturing for the likes of Riddell and Adidas for more than 20 years each.
“We are very excited about our partnership with Titan FC because Titan is one of the top promotions in combat sports and this validates our product and our hard work. This platform and our relationship with Lex and the Titan FC team will help make AIM a well-known and reliable brand in the MMA world,” Rodriquez said.
Each fighter will have their choice of either board shorts or compression shorts. Each fighter and their cornermen will get a compression shirt that will serve as their walkout shirt. Each fighter will be able to have the flag of their country on the shirt sleeve and their last name across the top of the back of the shirt.
Uniforms come in either black or light grey. The fighter in the red corner will get to choose who wears which color.
Each fighter will be able have three sponsor logos on their shorts (one on front leg panel and two on back leg panel) and four on the back of their uniform shirt.
Fighters will be able to have sponsor banners.
Titan FC 54 takes place at Xtreme Action Park in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The event which will be broadcast exclusively on UFC Fight Pass features two titles on the line.
UFC President Dana White will be in attendance filming ‘Dana White: Lookin’ For a Fight,’ and it is possible that one or more Titan FC athletes will earn a shot on the big stage.
Purchase tickets for Titan FC 54 at cagetix.com/titan
Titan FC 54 fight card:
Jason Soares (12-0) vs. Anderson Hutchinson (7-2) – for Titan FC featherweight title
Rafael Alves (17-9) vs. Felipe Douglas (17-4) – for Titan FC interim lightweight title
Herbert Burns (7-2) vs. Luis Gomez (7-2) – featherweight
Marcel Fortuna (7-3) vs. Andreas Michailidis (10-3) – middleweight
Beibit Nazarov (14-4) vs. TBD – lightweight
Ange Loosa (6-1) vs. Collin Luberts (3-0) – welterweight
Marc Stevens (22-11) vs. Quartius Stitt (9-9) – welterweight
James Lawson (0-0) vs. Said Sowma (1-1) – heavyweight
Kenny Porter (4-0) vs. Dylan Salvador (0-0) – featherweight
Edir Terry (6-3) vs. Matt Wagy (11-5) – bantamweight
Lucie Bertaud (1-1) v. Lauren Bensinger (0-0) WMMA bantamweight
Shaheen Santana (3-0) vs. Marco Simmons (3-0) –lightweight
Landon Quinones (2-0-1) vs. Muhammadjon Naimov (2-0) – featherweight
Additional bouts to be announced soon.
Article written by Eric Kowal / Mymmanews.com