There’s something nice about showing your passion with your clothing – whether it’s your favourite musician, or the sports team you support. But what if you’re interested in combat sports like Boxing or Mixed Martial Arts?
We’ve rounded up 15 of our favourite brands selling fight Tees, so whether you’re looking for yourself or browsing for gift ideas, we’re sure you’ll find something great. The examples we’ve shown are correct as of August 2018, but brands may refresh their line-ups often, so you might find a different selection of great T-shirts from them in future.
Note: While we love the brands on this list, we haven’t been endorsed or paid for this article. While we know the visuals are great, we can’t speak for the quality of many of these brands, so urge you to do your research before buying.
Roots of Fight
Roots of Fight are a solid favourite among fight fans, with shirts dedicated to the true icons of Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts.
UFC / Reebok Store
If you’re an MMA fan you’ll have no doubt spotted the UFC’s Walk-out kit by Reebok. You can get hold of these, plus a whole load of other shirts with unique designs based on the personalities of many of the UFC’s stars.
Likewise, rival MMA company Bellator have a few great shirts. While not so focused on their fighters, the Bellator store has some great items celebrating their recent events and fights.
Nak Muay Legends
Nak Muay Legends are a brand dedicated to the big names – both past and present – of Thai boxing, honoring each fighter’s
contribution to the art of eight limbs.
Fight Quality Store
Okay, so a little bit of shameless self promotion here, but the Fight Quality Store is our own merchandise store, with apparel specifically designed for those who love combat sports as much as we do. With casual wear or breathable training gear, it’s a great place to get hold of some new Tees, while helping support the guys here at fightquality.com.
Venum are a well known MMA gear brand, but also have some great apparel. While most of Venum’s apparel is designed for training, there are also a few nice casual tees as well, so it’s worth checking out the selection.
Hayabusa are another brand who focus mainly on equipment but have some great T-shirt designs hidden away, like the ones shown here.
Unlike most of the brands we’ve looked at so far, Tatami focus primarily on BJJ. Tatami’s own branded gear is pretty cool, but their Jiu Jitsu themed shirts would be great for any MMA enthusiast.
Bad Boy have a great selection, with uniquely designed shirts for a few of their sponsored fighters, as well as shirts for fans of most martial arts – Boxing, MMA, Muay Thai, Wrestling, Taekwondo, Vale Tudo and more.
If you’re looking for something a little less sport specific, American Fighter Athletics have some bold designs and support some worthy causes, for example the pink and white ‘Trinity’ shirt, which donates 10% of the price to support breast cancer research and treatment.
While many of the previous brands aim for faded vintage designs, K.O. Clothing choose to go for bold colours and shapes. There’s plenty to choose from, regardless of whether you want to rep one of the many UK boxers whose shirts they sell, or simply show off your own weight class.
Hypnotik are another brand who focus a lot on BJJ, but they also know how to produce some great clothing, often subverting expectations and utilising bright colours.
Fear the Fighter
Fear The Fighter bring some seriously bold designs to the table, perfect for anyone who isn’t afraid to stand out. They also teamed up with a number of fighters including ex-UFC veteran Dan Hardy for some great T-shirt designs.
Scramble only have a small selection, but a couple of their designs are brilliant for the confident grappler or MMA fanatic.
And our final mention on this list is Dethrone. Dethrone have a great selection of beautifully designed Tees, so you’re sure to find a design you like. They also have T-shirts celebrating fighters such as Johnny Hendricks and the Diaz brothers, which will no doubt go down well with any MMA fan.
So there you have it, 15 brands whose T-shirts we’re sure any Boxing or MMA fan will love.
Think we’ve missed a brand, or found a shirt you really love? Leave a comment and let us know.