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Watch Titan FC on CBS Sports

Seven is getting ready for the debut of Titan Fighting Championships on CBS Sports Network, February 28, 2014. Seven has been and continues to be a proud supporter of the Kansas City based fighting organization.

The live event will be at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, KS. It can be viewed in over 50 million homes nationwide on the CBS Sports Network.  The main event features Mike Ricci (8-4) vs Jorge Gurgel (14-9).

Check out the full fight card.

Seven Fightgear will feature some up close and behind the scenes footage courtesy of Jerry Chavez. Check out some of the pics Chavo took at the weigh-ins. Titan FC 27 Weigh Ins.

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July 4th: A time to reflect on our Freedom. Our Independence.

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Behind the Scenes, Ft. Riley, Kansas. June 7, 2013

Bobby Lashley vs. Kevin Asplund

Seven Competition Glove is the Official Glove for the WAR MMA event by Nick Diaz Promotions


Don’t miss the Nick Diaz’s first event as a promoter. Held on June 22, 2013, at Stockton Arena, CA.  Seven is proud to be the official glove of choice by all major MMA organizations outside the UFC. Watch the even via live stream.

About Fight for War: 

WAR Mixed Martial Arts presented by Nick Diaz Promotions is a mixed martial arts promotion founded and managed by Nick Diaz. A veteran MMA fighter, Nick has accumulated over 26 wins in the UFC, Strikeforce, Pride and Elite XC promotions, amongst others.

WAR’s mission is to ensure a strong platform for all MMA fighters to develop their careers and to deliver high quality entertainment value. WAR will feature both pro and amateur matches, providing a venue for top local and upcoming talent. In addition, WAR will feature high profile matches with top level and experienced MMA fighters.


Check out the Seven Competition Gloves. Official Glove of VFC, RFA, GWC, Nick Diaz Promotions and More.

James Krause Earns “Fight of the Night” & “Submission of the Night”

It’s amazing how fast things can change. Less than a month ago, James Krause was working out and staying focused for a fight he didn’t even know existed in his near future. He just knew when the call came he’d be ready. To prepare for a fight without a known opponent, forces you to focus on every skill with an intensity level that is hard for most to comprehend.
Striking, grappling, power, endurance, speed…you just don’t know which piece of the training will prove to be your biggest asset when the time comes.

When James Krause accepted the fight against Sam Stout, just two weeks ago, he knew he had to be strategic. He knew a veteran like Sam Stout was going to be a tough fight. But Krause was ready. Years of training, maturing and finding his own zone made them a solid match. It was an exciting fight to watch and brought us to the final seconds before Krause submitted Stout, catching the UFC veteran in a guillotine from off his back. Stout tapped to the choke at 4:47 of the final round. It was the second-to-latest fight to end by submission in UFC history.

“I hurt him badly in the first round with those kicks and knees but, with two weeks’ notice for the fight and with him being so hard to finish, I knew I couldn’t afford to go crazy to try to finish him,” Krause said. “I wanted to finish him, but I couldn’t chase him all around the Octagon hoping to land a bomb. I had to apply smart pressure. He hasn’t been stopped since 2006, and this is a big win for me.”

It was a huge win for Krause and his boys back in Kansas City. Not only did Krause submit Stout, but he earned Fight of the Night and Submission of the Night. The post-show interviews and the interaction between Stout and Krause during the event add to Krause’s mass-audience appeal. He’s humble and gracious. We are certain to see more of Krause in the UFC and we look forward to it. Krause is a great example for the sport of MMA. He’s a proven athlete with time on his side. Some people are calling him an overnight sensation. Some are coining him a Cinderella story. But for those who see and work with Krause each day at Grindhouse Gym, they know this is reward for hard work, dedication and years of training.

Check out this video of James Krause training in February 2013. He’s using the Seven American Style Boxing Gloves and Brian Davidson is wearing the headcam using the innovative Seven Give-N-Take.

Hard Work Pays off for our Seven Athletes

It’s been just about one year since we did our first Seven photoshoot and made plans to introduce the Seven Fightgear product line. When we selected the athletes to come to Seven for a photoshoot, we were looking for athletes who exemplified the brand and image of Seven. We wanted athletes who were well-rounded, disciplined and focused. We sought out athletes who understood the importance of embracing all aspects of MMA training; physical endurance, grappling techniques, stand up strength, power moves, strategic positioning. During the photoshoot, I witnessed firsthand how hard these guys train. I learned about the choices they make every day to do what it takes to achieve their personal best. It’s been an exciting year to watch their training turn into opportunity. Their focus and discipline is nothing short of inspiring and we look forward to seeing all their hard work pay off in the cage this summer.

Fighting on July 27, 2013 for the VFC 40 at the Ralston Arena we have Drew Dober fighting TJ O’Brien and Mirsad Bektic will be fighting too. Finally, Alex Huddleston has joined the Super Fight League in India.

We will be following these guys as they prepare for these fights and look forward to sharing their stories and training tips along the way.

Jason High
UFC – Fuel TV 10
Jason High
Date: June 8, 2013
Location: Fortaleza, Brazil
Watch it: Fuel TV 10
Seth Petruzelli
Bellator Lightweight
World Championship
Seth Petruzelli
Date: June 19, 2013
Location: Winstar World Casino, OK
Alex Huddleston
Super Fight League
Alex Huddleston
Date: June 21, 2013
Watch it: ESPN
Tyler Stinson
EPIC Fight Night 1
Tyler Stinson
Date: June 29, 2013
Location: Kansas City
Read more on MMA Corner
Drew Dober
Victory Fighting Championship
Drew Dober
Date: July 27, 2013
Location: Ralston Arena, Nebraska
more at Victory Fighting Championship
Mirsad Bektic
Victory Fighting Championship
Mirsad Bektic
Date: July 27, 2013
Location: Ralston Arena, Nebraska
more at Victory Fighting Championship

Seven Fightgear will be at the Live Cage Fights UCF Arena

Seven Fightgear MMA - Live Cage FightSeven Fightgear, Jungle MMA and Seth Petruzelli will be teaming up at our local stomping ground for a night of Donnie Hair’s Live Cage Fights, Saturday, April 20, 7 pm at the UCF Arena.

Hosted by BRB Management Group, Florida’s toughest amateur MMA and Muay Thai fighters, including former UCF Knight football player Muhammed “The Beast” De’Reese, will compete to raise awareness and funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in 20 scheduled fights.

There will be six US Amateur Title Fights (two Kickboxing and four MMA) including former UCF Knight football player, Muhammed “The Beast” De’Reese (9-0 and 3-Title Holder), as the Main Event MMA bout vs. Edgewater High’s Chaz “The Hawaiian kid” Rooks (6-0).

The Seven Fightgear booth will also be raising awareness for the Orlando Bully Rescue. Don’t miss this chance to check out the Seven Fightgear product line.

Tickets are on sale now through the UCF Arena Ticket Office, online at, by phone at 800-745-300 and all Ticketmaster outlets. There are also VIP tables available online at

Seven Give-N-Take: An Innovative MMA Coaching Tool

Change things up in the gym with the Seven Give-n-Take. Designed as coaching mitt/glove combo, this product is designed to receive repetitive strikes to the strike zone as a coaching mitt but also features the added dimension of padding and protection over the hand and knuckles so you can strike back. It enables you to create a series of unique training combinations that will prepare athletes for fierce competition.

Check out this video using the Seven Give-N-Take.

Gift Card Giveaway

Seven Fightgear MMA Gift Card

Enter to win a $100 Seven Fightgear Gift Card

Seven Fightgear is a new line of MMA gear and apparel dedicated to supporting MMA athletes as they train and compete. Seven fightgear launched this new product line in October 2012. In an effort to build long-term customer relationships and build a better understanding of the MMA athlete and his or her training programs Seven has announced a $100 gift card give-away each month. Simply register to receive exlcusive updates, information and special offer from Seven Fightgear to be entered for a chance to win a $100 Seven Fightgear giftcard. Once you get your giftcard code you can purchase your MMA training gear at During checkout you will simply apply you gift card code as a payment method.

Here’s the catch. We want your honest feedback to the gear you get. We’d like to see pictures of your gear in action and if you send them in and we post them, you will also get a special coupon code to use on a future order. We are so confident in the quality of the gear and products we are willing to give away $100 each month to a deserving MMA athlete.

Don’t wait, sign up today for your chance to win.

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