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29-09-2010, 19:40   #1
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mma clothing dublin city centre??

I Searched but got no exact answer!

Could someone hook me up with a shop that sells mma clothes and gear in dublin city centre?

Nowhere in galway does and heading up to dub this weekend!

any help much appreciated!
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There's a place up on Swords on Airside, sure somebody could tell ya exactly what the name of the place is, it's attached to a gym

EDIT : Found it http://www.ultimatemmasupplies.ie/
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There's a place up on Swords on Airside, sure somebody could tell ya exactly what the name of the place is, it's attached to a gym

EDIT : Found it http://www.ultimatemmasupplies.ie/
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Wrestling Mania in Stephens Green shopping centre.
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Sorry if this is slightly off topic, but when I see grown men wearing Tapout shirts I can't help but think they're saddos...
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Sorry if this is slightly off topic, but when I see grown men wearing Tapout shirts I can't help but think they're saddos...
Make sure ya mention that to Wandy when he's in Dublin for his Seminar
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Wrestling Mania Stephens Green shopping centre ,they carry all the Main MMA Brands
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Sorry if this is slightly off topic, but when I see grown men wearing Tapout shirts I can't help but think they're saddos...
Whats the difference from wearing a Tapout shirt to any other brand name clothing? Should we all be shopping in Dunnes?
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What floor is it on? Never seen it before?
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What floor is it on? Never seen it before?
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Sorry if this is slightly off topic, but when I see grown men wearing Tapout shirts I can't help but think they're saddos...
I have a few!.
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Sorry if this is slightly off topic, but when I see grown men wearing Tapout shirts I can't help but think they're saddos...
Dont sound much like a grown man yourself. I dont like Tapout at all and I think thier shorts are rubbish but whats the point in insulting people who do though. Some people like Tapout t-shirts, but its not harming you so why does it bother you so much?
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Dont sound much like a grown man yourself. I dont like Tapout at all and I think thier shorts are rubbish but whats the point in insulting people who do though. Some people like Tapout t-shirts, but its not harming you so why does it bother you so much?
It doesn't bother me so much. It just shouts "I think I'm a hard man" which I personally think is a bit pathetic.

I agree it doesn't harm me. And as stated it doesn't bother me so much. I was just giving my opinion, just like you gave yours. This is, after all, a discussion forum. It would be pretty crap if we were only allowed have your opinion.
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It doesn't bother me so much. It just shouts "I think I'm a hard man" which I personally think is a bit pathetic.
'Hard man', seriously?.

What about lads who train & compete, are they allowed wear TapouT without looking like "saddos"?.

I actually like TapouT gear, mostly what I've bought over the years still looks and feels great - tbh, its lasted the years better than I have
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This attitude regards to Tapout clothing has always bothered me, I mean I just buy them because I like how they look.

I have no intentions of coming across as a hard man wearing their stuff, and like Makikomi said, the stuff is excellent quality and I have some shirts over a year and a half that are still going strong.

Besides, they used to do great deals on the website, I got several free hoodies just by spending over $35. I mean a hoody here would set you back €50-60 at least. They do seem to have stopped those type of deals though.
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