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Customer Review of the Professional Training Gloves
Professional Training Gloves
On Sale: $169.95
2.5 stars
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I own several pairs of both Grant professional and training gloves which I use on a weekly basis to work out in the gym. I also own a few groin protectors and headgears which I usually have to replace every 2-3 years and I have to say I am more than satisfied with my gear. I have been a customer of the brand for over 7 years and there is a reason why only the most ELITE champions such as the Pound For Pound King Floyd Mayweather Jr and The Klitschko brothers along with David Haye who account for every current champion in the heavyweight division have argued with their promoters and insisted to wear Grant gloves each and every time they step in the ring. Grant has proved to to it's consumers that QUALITY comes before QUANTITY and it is the reason why there is such a high demand for their prestigious line of products. Obviously there will always be the ignorant "HATERS" out there to trying to make a bad rep for something they know is clearly better then what they can afford and can not compare to since it's in a class of it's own.

These products are are not only a disgrace to the sport, but a hazard which has negatively impacted many fighters in the sport today. Forget about money and free merchandise, YOUR HANDS ARE MOST IMPORTANT!! These things look like prunes!

This is pure CLASS and as far as I'm concerned, those who go with the other garbage competitors like Cleto Reyes and Everlast can have fun breaking their hands...  
by: agent007
8/30/2010 6:40:52 PM
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winning is even better! training wise that is. but who hates on grant? it's all about personal preference. i would choose cleto reyes or mx pro everlast for fights, if you don't have brittle hands. people with brittle hands will go with winning or grant. i think grant and winning are best training. i prefer winning for training tho. i like grants, but winnings are even higher quality imo. i don't like cleto reyes or everlast for training. for the most part anyway. it's all personal preference. maybe it's you that's hating on other brands. i've never heard anyone say anything but good things for grants. maybe youhave brittle hands. which is common in some boxers. because i've never heard anyone hate on cleto reyes pro fight gloves or evelast mx pro fight gloves. but again that's your opinion. i'm just curious. i'm not that much of a fan of larger gloves for fights. for training of course. but for fights not so much. again that would be great for more defensive fighters or fighters with brittle hands.
by: brandeezy108   
9/30/2010 9:01:52 PM
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