Bollywood Hunk John Abraham to be the face of Reebok’s New Combat collection

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Affirming its commitment to UFC and combat training, Reebok launched UFC Merchandize in select stores in India. John Abraham, Brand Ambassador for Reebok India and Bollywood’s fitness junkie, has been appointed as the face of the brand’s UFC campaign. The actor will soon be seen flaunting Reebok’s latest UFC merchandize that comprises fan gear and customized apparel for combat training.

The new collection by Reebok features unique styles along with innovations that support strength, speed and flexibility. Designed for Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Kick Boxing and Boxing disciplines, the new Combat collection boasts high quality apparel and gear. Equipped with the latest SpeedWick moisture management systems, the apparel keeps the athletes dry while training.

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John Abraham said, “MMA is an exciting sport and I personally love doing it. MMA, Kick Boxing and other such disciplines are also on the forefront of fitness and conditioning. I am glad that Reebok is taking steps towards promoting MMA with UFC, one of the world’s largest martial arts organizations, in India. The new Combat collection offers a full range of training apparel to support those who like to train like a fighter. I am sure this will help a lot of fighters to enhance their experience and lead them one step closer towards becoming ‘Fit for Life’.”

The new Combat collection comprises of sleeveless hoodies, boxing shorts, tanks and t-shirts for both men and women. Fitness enthusiasts can order the UFC fan gear and combat training apparel from Shop4reebok.com and Myntra or buy from the all-new “Fight Shops” in select Reebok stores in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Chennai.

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