UFC Extends Official Partnership With Venum

Since becoming the official fight wear provider for the UFC in 2021, it now seems that Venom will continue in their partnership with the leading MMA organization even further.

Earlier this week, the UFC announced a long-term contract extension with the combat sports apparel company that is expected to span through 2029.

“VENUM has been an amazing partner these past few years and we are thrilled to continue our relationship with them through the end of the decade,” said Tracey Bleczinski, Senior Vice President, UFC Global Consumer Products. “The key to the success of this partnership is that VENUM understands the unique needs of the fighters competing in the Octagon, as well as those of everyday martial arts enthusiasts who train to stay fit. Franck Dupuis and his team at VENUM continue to deliver excellent fight gear and training apparel for our athletes and fans.”

“The long-term extension of the partnership is a major sign of recognition from UFC,” said Franck Dupuis, VENUM Founder and CEO. “We are delighted to continue our collaboration with the world’s number-one combat sports organization. Our teams are proud to be committed to providing athletes and fans with collections whose uniqueness will underline our passion for mixed martial arts.”

Prior to the 2021 deal with Venum, Reebok was the UFC’s fight wear provider for seven years. Many saw this change in brands as a positive step based on overall design and quality.

Photo: Al Bello/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa

On Saturday night at UFC 299, former Bellator striking sensation Michael Page will put his skills to the test in his debut versus the well-rounded Kevin Holland. Naturally, during fight week, many photo shoots taking place, one of which gave us a first time shot of Page in his new Venum fight kit.


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