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Otomix MMA Wrestling Stingray Shoe Coming in New Colors Next Month!

Otomix begins delivering the long awaited Stingray Escape Fight Shoe in two new colors yellow and cobalt blue. Designed by champions for elite fighters. This specialized shoe is the favorite of all Mixed Martial Artists. The Stngray is now available iin colors black, camo, red or white. The red color will be a Limited Edition so place your orders early. Founder of Otomix Mitchell Bobrow a Taekwondo Hall of Famer claims that the Stingray Escape is the best performing shoe for all mat combative sports. Go to www.otomix.com or call 800-597-5425 to place you order for April delivery.

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Watch Affliction Banned MMA Event this Saturday!

This event features MMA fighters never seen on the UFC cards. Donald Trump is one of the promoters and event is sure to be a success. Event starts at 9PM EST. For MMA gear go to http://www.otomix.com

Kimbo Slice MMA Fight on CBS May 31st, 2008

Otomix MMA Gear recomends this event. See the world famous fighter Kimbo Slice MMA event on CBS this Saturday May 31st, 2008. Go to http://www.fight.proelite.com for complete fight card. Otomix manufactures MMA training shoes. Just released The Stingray Escape. Visit Otomix for details.

  • Kimbo Slice

  • Age: 34
  • Location: UNITED STATES
  • City: Miami
  • Gender: Male
  • Story: Kevin Ferguson aka Kimbo Slice (born on February 8, 1974) is a Miami, Florida-based underground fighter turned mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter. He has appeared in several filmed underground fights which have spread primarily on the Internet. Kimbo has since given this up and is now putting his efforts towards being a professional mixed martial arts fighter.
  • Athletic wear ads and news

    Under Armour Inc.’s ad in last month’s Super Bowl ended with a phrase, “We are Under Armour. The future is ours.” The phrase was widely considered to be aimed at Nike.

    Nike’s response? A 60-second ad for competing cross-trainer shoes with the opening line, “My better is better than your better.”

    With that, the latest sneaker war reaches the battlefield. Nike this week flexed its better-financed marketing muscle by launching perhaps its broadest multimedia campaign ever, focused on a new line of shoes in an otherwise dying cross-training category.

    Click to enlargepadExtreme Sports Tank Show off your work while at the gym!

    T-back tank, form fitting with Otomix Extreme Sports Logo on the front. Large arm holes for free movement while working out.

    Extreme Sports Tank 200ESpad$18.00, 2/$35.00padColor: blackwhiteheather grey Size:
    Nike’s ad blitz features a Web site offering interactive advice from certified trainers; a 60-second spot airing on TV’s most popular show, “American Idol”; and, for the first time, professional lacrosse players. Its new line — which Nike now calls “performance trainers” — looks starkly different from its predecessors or competitors’ midtop designs.

    The moves, analysts say, are aimed at countering Under Armour’s entry into shoes and deflecting the Baltimore company’s influence among teenage sporting goods consumers.

    “This was definitely an all-out attempt to stop Under Armour in its tracks,” said John Horan, publisher of trade newsletter Sporting Goods Intelligence. “They want to make sure they don’t get surprised on this category.”

    Under Armour made a name for itself offering athletes a tight-fitting, synthetic T-shirt that wicked away moisture. The so-called compression apparel quickly became a business worth hundreds of millions of dollars a year, one that 13-year-old Under Armour still leads.

    More recently, Under Armour entered the relatively small cleated-shoe market, grabbing a surprising one-fifth of the football shoe market and one-tenth of baseball shoes, each in less than a year.

    This year, Under Armour is trying on noncleated cross-trainers, a category that makes up 6 percent of the nation’s $20 billion athletic footwear market, according to NPD Group Inc., a market research firm. Cross-trainers generated $1.2 billion in sales last year, slipping behind sales of skateboarding shoes ($1.5 billion) for the first time, NPD Group figures show.

    Nike, based in Oregon, already commands half the cross-trainer market, according to Matt Powell, an industry analyst with SportScanInfo, and essentially created the category in the 1980s with its memorable “Bo Knows” TV ads featuring multisport star Bo Jackson. But the industry is closely eyeing Under Armour’s foray, analysts say.

    Otomix Releases New MMA/Grappling Shoe

    Otomix has improved the Stingray Martial Arts Shoe. The Stingray has gone through extensive design changes with the help of some MMA Champions and will be released in June 2008. The new Stingray Escape will come in black and a new color of green camouflage. For more information go to otomix.com