Who is Babyfightgear.com?
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is the fastest growing sport in the United States and one of the oldest in the world. With the booming success of the sport, comes high demand for product. In a saturated market a unique brand was created.
BabyFightGear was created by fans of combat sports, who identified a niche for our little fans. No other MMA clothing line is dedicated soely to children. The BabyFightGear Team came together to offer a variety of apparel in sizes newborn to 4 years. We are a small new company, finding success in a big market.
Like most true fans, you grow up with your sport. Well theBaby Fight Gear Team is no different, we remember as early teens watching thefirst no holds barred fights, and then following the UFC build the US mixedmartial arts culture into what it is today. As we got older, as many do, we started families and all started havingkids. Realizing that our babies needed gear to rock while watching (orsleeping) during the UFC, and MMA Events we were getting together to watch –BabyFightGear was born.
BabyFightGear is dedicated to providing a single source for children’smixed martial arts inspired clothing. The softer side of a tough sport, ourclothing is available in sizes newborn to toddler 4T, and continues to grow.
Cutman, trainer, cornerman, you name it, he’s done it. Years and
years in the hardscrabble world of baby fighting taught him one thing.
You may love the game but it may not love you back. After taking one
unknown fighter after the next and making them champs, he was on top
of the world. His only downfall was that he cared too much. One of
his champions, Brayden Bam-Bam Johnson, was unable to take the ring
due to an undisclosed life threatening injury. Since Bam-Bam had not
mastered the art of speaking yet, Joel took the blame, and the fall.
After that he was blackballed from the game.
With nowhere else to turn he decided to dedicate his life to making
this equipment the best it could ever be. His loss is your gain.
One of the best trainers the sport has ever known, Baby Talk was said
to have been able to understand and speak with his fighter’s before
they were able to speak themselves. Baby Talk dedicated his life to
mastering the classical Baby-Fighting technique of GooPoo, and was one
of the last teachers of the lost art. Baby Talk grew frustrated with
the corners being cut by baby-fighting gear manufacturers. After many
years of lobbying and voicing his concerns, he couldn’t stand to see
another fighter enter the ring in such poor quality gear so he teamed
up with the BFG Team to produce the gear the sport deserved.
After years of handicapping and influencing outcomes to every sport
imaginable The Fix stumbled across the underground world of baby
fighting. He instantly became fascinated by the raw emotion and
fierce competiveness of the sport. The Fix decided baby fighting was
his new passion and concentrated all of his efforts to the mini
octagon. Luckily for The Fix, the fighters were at a young
impressionable age and had not yet succumbed to negative outside
forces. He quickly became a rich man gambling on the fights, and
controlling the outcomes. Bribing fighters with a binky, bottle, or
Elmo doll at any given stage of the fight, he could control the winner
and the round.
After years countless antics, his shenanigans grew old
and he was banned from the sport. Now on the straightened arrow The
Fix wants to give back to the sport he loves by creating high quality
apparel and equipment for the fierce competitors he once tried to
Baby Fight Gear changed his life. He had been a struggling star of
the under 2-year-old paper rock scissors daycare circuit for about 4
months when one day he discovered a whole new passion. He was sitting
in a daycare in Tallahassee, Florida when he noticed a weird shaped
pack-in-play with eight sides instead of four. There was instant
interest into what this was. So he crawled over, took a look inside
the netting, and there were two baby’s slapping each other. Thinking
they looked like sissies he climbed the netting and proceeded to fall
over the railing to do the first baby flying elbow drop. Fortunately
the daycare cameras caught what he had done and uploaded the video to
the Internet. After the video went viral he started traveling to
different daycares in the state of Florida, bringing with him the new
style of pack-in-play fighting. Luckily the great people of
BabyFightGear agreed to sponsor him during his traveling
demonstrations. Now many years later he has joined BFG to hopefully
give babies the same opportunities that he was given.