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Kickboxing Equipment Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast To 2026 – Adidas, King Professional, Hayabusa Fightwear, Century Martial Arts, Fairtex, Everlast Worldwide, and more – SoccerNurds – SoccerNurds



The Global Kickboxing Equipment Market research report covers various industry dynamics and tendencies that helps in the market growth. Along with this, the research report also offers the latest industry data, future trends, products and end-users revenue growth and effectiveness, which is also by the manufacturers for the growth of the global Kickboxing Equipment market. Moreover, this market research report study also provides various market drivers, restrains, future opportunities, limitations and challenges that helps in the growth of the global Kickboxing Equipment market. The data or information that is required for the research report study of the Kickboxing Equipment market is collected with helps of various research tools like SWOT analysis, PESTAL analysis, Poster’s Five Forces analysis and other competitive analysis.

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The comprehensive list of Key Market Players along with their market overview, product protocol, key highlights, key financial issues, SWOT analysis, and business strategies: Adidas, King Professional, Hayabusa Fightwear, Century Martial Arts, Fairtex, Everlast Worldwide, Ringside, Combat Sports, Twins Special, Revgear, Rival Boxing Gear, Venum Store, Windy

In addition to this, the marker research report also comprises of recent market strategies that are used by the key market players and also provides the survey on the present market development and technological evolutions. This survey includes detailed analysis of the global competitive industrial structure and the information about the current and future technological advancements and development. Also, the survey includes the opportunities and encounters that are faced by the major players of the global Kickboxing Equipment market. Hence, this data will extensively help the manufacturers to include and update various business plans and strategies that will help in the growth of the Kickboxing Equipment market.

Furthermore, the Kickboxing Equipment market report also provides major strategic examination, growth summarized studies, key driving factors and opportunities of the market, which helps to evaluate the Kickboxing Equipment market and other significant details that are related to the Kickboxing Equipment market. The research report study also helps to reveal accurate stats of the industry, which represents ultimate pattern of the global Kickboxing Equipment market and contains various types, applications, market growth structure and opportunities. Moreover, the market research report study also provides an exploration and analysis of the past and current performance of the regional market, which includes divisional and sub-divisional geographies. This regional analysis explores various important market parameters like growth rate of the Kickboxing Equipment market in each of the regions, manufacturing volume and capacity, market demand and supply and its return on investments (RoI).

Additionally, the statistical and numerical data provided in the research report is segregated in the tabular, graphical and charts format, which eases the understanding of facts and figures. The Kickboxing Equipment market research report provides forecasted data from the year 2020-2027 and historical data from the year 2015-2019, by considering 2019 as the base year. This study also discusses market share estimates, market size, current industry trends and profiling of Kickboxing Equipment market key players.

Report Attribute Details
The market size value in 2019 USD xx.xx million (click here for value)
The revenue forecast in 2028 USD xx.xx million (click here for value)
Growth Rate CAGR of xx.xx% from 2020 to 2028 (click here for value)
The base year for estimation 2019
Historical data 2015 – 2018
Forecast period 2019 – 2028
Quantitative units Revenue in USD million and CAGR from 2020 to 2028
Report coverage Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends
Segments covered Component, Types, Applications, End-Users, and more.
Top Manufacturers Adidas, King Professional, Hayabusa Fightwear, Century Martial Arts, Fairtex, Everlast Worldwide, Ringside, Combat Sports, Twins Special, Revgear, Rival Boxing Gear, Venum Store, Windy
Product Types Kickboxing Gloves, Kickboxing Protective Gear, Kickboxing Training Equipment
Application Types Individuals, Organizations
Regional Scope North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
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Type Segmentation of the Global Kickboxing Equipment Market:

The type analysis of the Kickboxing Equipment market provides comprehensive information about its competitors, their activities, customer experiences and market emerging trends, which helps the marketers to introduce new product in the market and to investigate the behavior of the target market.

  • Kickboxing Gloves
  • Kickboxing Protective Gear
  • Kickboxing Training Equipment

Application Segmentation of the Global Kickboxing Equipment Market:

The application analysis of the Kickboxing Equipment market provides an overview that how the applications interact with the desired functions in the market.

  • Individuals
  • Organizations

Regional Analysis for Global Kickboxing Equipment Market:

  • North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Russia, Spain, and Rest of Europe)
  • Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, Russia, and Rest of Asia Pacific)
  • Latin America (Cuba, Brazil, Argentina, and Rest of Latin America)
  • Middle East & Africa (South Africa, GCC and Rest of the Middle East & Africa)

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Major points that are covered in the Kickboxing Equipment market report are:

  • The report offers competitive landscape and various market strategies of the key market players and their product offerings
  • The report provides historic data up to 2019, and forecast data from 2020 to 2027 for the global Kickboxing Equipment market.
  • SWOT analysis for all the key players that are mentioned in the research report
  • The report also covers PESTAL analysis and Potter’s Five Forces analysis for the global Kickboxing Equipment market.
  • The report also provides detail information about the key manufacturers, Kickboxing Equipment manufacturing cost structure, and major raw materials suppliers.
  • The report covers detailed overview of the Covid-19 impact on the global Kickboxing Equipment market
  • Detailed information about drivers, opportunities, and restraints of the Kickboxing Equipment market
  • The report provides a competitive analysis regarding Kickboxing Equipment market and key product segments of a market

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The Blast kickboxing gym thrives in spite of pandemic –



Thirteen-year-old Jorden Joseph trained with The Blast for two years before becoming the Best Junior North American Muay Thai fighter in his weight class. (Photo supplied)

Even during lock-down, The Blast (Body Life Achievement Sports Training) gym owner Mark “ShaH” Evans excelled at what he does best: mentoring and coaching. 

The gym, located at 703 Post Road in south Madison, had been shut down to the public for nearly a year and only just started children’s classes last week. Evans has been able to coach one-on-one with the roughly 20 students who intend to compete at amateur and professional levels.

“That’s where I get to really excel and do what I do best, which is focus on the psychology,” he told Madison365. “Everybody wants to perfect something. You start something new, you want to perfect it, you want to get it overnight and I’m reminding them that you’re not going to get this overnight. The same way you would focus on planting a tree. If you plant a tree, you don’t expect that tree to grow the full size overnight. So stop trying to focus on being perfect today and just be better than what you were yesterday.”

One of those students that he has coached for the past year is Luke “The Chef” Lessei, who will compete in a national pay-per-view Triumphant competition on June 12 in Miami.

Lessei travels the 90 minutes from Dubuque, Iowa, at least once a week to train with Evans. The 24-year-old fighter still has a full-time job, a wife and young child. Evans said Lessei is so good, he has the ability to handpick his trainers, and about a year ago, he chose Evans. 

“Luke is insane,” Evans said. “They call him ‘The Chef’ because he’s always cooking something up. So with the techniques that we come up with in the gym we give it a name. Like his last fight he had — a Muay Thai fight in the cage — he had a jumping side-kick that we call the ‘pepperchini.’” 

Luke Lessei. Photo supplied.

The gym offers Muay Thai Kickboxing, Cardio Kickboxing and self-defense for group and children’s classes. Evans, who is also a nationally known booking agent for musicians and co-founded a record label, took over The Blast in 2018 as the owner. At that time it had five students; within a year he brought that number up to 30. 

“I was able to build a really strong foundation and strong family. I really treat this place like it’s my home,” he said. “Every one of my students are family members.”

Although the owner, Evans isn’t the lead instructor at the gym — that’s Herma Hoda. But as a coach, and as a person who manages people, Evans finds continued success with his students. 

He has coached for three title fights at the Thai Boxing Association tournament, one MMA title for now-pro fighter Devin Seitz, and has coached for three other title fights. When he brings a group of students to the annual Muay Thai Competition in Dubuque that brings in upwards of 800 fighters each year, The Blast always comes home with a winning belt. 

Evans said he doesn’t consider himself the best coach, but there are things that set him apart. 

“I’m constantly learning. And because I’m kind of constantly learning, I feel like I have to share that knowledge with my students. And then, because I’m sharing this knowledge, we’re all learning. And because we’re all learning there’s trust built, there’s a family built. There’s a foundation built within that. To me, a great teacher is always a student.”

In his spare time, Evans said he is always researching — researching martial arts but also reading Socrates, Malcolm Gladwell or Robert Green. 

“If you ask my fighters, they better say their students are not fighters because their job is to learn. Not just training for a fight, but to learn consistently all the time because life is the ultimate fighter,” he said. 

Evans, however, still coaches a physical sport. He said he doesn’t believe in constant sparring and often focuses more coaching time on cardio and endurance. When training with Evans, his students sometimes joke that he is seeking death.  

“I have to get you ready to the point where you aren’t going to fear anything and you’ve ‘sought death’ so often that the fight is going to seem easy in comparison,” he said. “And then if you’re freaking out in your mind in between rounds, it’s like, ‘Hey, who ran those sprints? Who did those 10-minute rounds? Who did all this training?’”

Yet, even in an aggressive sport like Muay Thai kickboxing, Evans said he still teaches his students to spread love, kindness and always do something you are passionate about. 

“So win, lose, or draw what they went through, what they put themselves through — the discipline they created and being able to control their mind and their emotions — no one could take that away,” he said.

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Cardio Kickboxing Class Followed By Beer Flights at a Londonderry, NH, Brewery –



Joining the New Hampshire Brewed Facebook group was one of the more solid decisions I’ve made in my life. I am discovering so many breweries in our fine state. Like Pipe Dream Brewing in Londonderry!

Pipe Dream Brewing is a Veteran Owned brewery with West Coast inspired beer. They carry a wide selection of beers; sours, blondes, IPAs and everything in between. Their beers also have really fun names which always make me giggle such as “Adult Nuggets IPA” and “What up, Beaches? IPA”.

It has been so much fun to see the creations they have released over the past year; everything from Cinnamon Toast Crunch Stout, Pumpkin French Toast beer and, my personal favorite, Unicorn Poop Sour Ale. I am drawn to the beautiful can and hilarious art. And I also tried it and it was like tasting a rainbow!

Pipe Dream Brewing via Facebook

When I saw that two of my favorite things are combining forces for an event, I was like OH HELL YES, count me in! Kick it by Eliza and Pipe Dream Brewing are hosting a Kick It + Sip it event at the brewery in Londonderry on Sunday, June 13th.

Kick it by Eliza is a 13 round music driven cardio kickboxing class. Being a member of the Kick it virtual platform has preserved my sanity during this pandemic. This strong and inspiring squad of women call themselves the “Fempire” and I am honored to be a part of the gang.

So come sweat and sip beer with us! AJ Luchetti is teaching the class and everything you need to know is on the Facebook Invite. Get ready to KICK IT!

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Bhullar banks on boxing versus Vera's kickboxing



Arjan Bhullar and Brandon Vera (ONE Championship)

Arjan Bhullar is confident to showcase his boxing prowess to counter Brandon Vera’s kickboxing ahead of their world heavyweight title bout in ONE: Dangal at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Saturday, May 15.

Bhullar, who is mostly known for his deep wrestling background, is planning to use both of his strong points to keep Vera at bay.

Bhullar, a Canadian of Indian descent, knows too well how dangerous it would be for him once Vera keeps the range with “very accurate and powerful” kicks since the Filipino-American champion improved his arsenal under the tutelage of coach Henri Hooft in Sanford MMA.

READ: Bhullar a dangerous opponent, says Vera

“For us, our boxing is better. My kickboxing is sharp as well but I just haven’t had the chance to show it – how I deal with that and how I meet someone who does that,” said Bhullar, who holds a 10-1 mixed martial arts record. “This would be a good opportunity for that. My clinch work is better than his and I will show that.

“But more than anything, skills aside, I say we are equal all the way around. My insights have separated me from him. I will go further and deeper than he will, and that is where I draw a lot of my confidence from.”

READ: Bhullar all set vs Vera

The 34-year-old Bhullar, a former Olympic wrestler and UFC fighter, scored a unanimous decision victory against Cerilli last October 2019 for his promotional debut in ONE: Century II.

Bhullar displayed the versatile fighter in him after testing the waters first in wrestling before landing crisp punches in the latter parts of the match.

READ: Bhullar seeks to become first Indian MMA champion, vows to dethrone Vera

Vera (16-8), 43, for his part last saw action in the same event and lost to rival-turned-training partner Aung La N Sang, a former two-division world champion.

Vera and Bhullar were initially scheduled to fight in May last year at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City but the title bout was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

READ: Vera out to defy age vs Bhullar



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