Represent Ltd.™ NEWS | Episode #002 [February 9 -15, 2020]

Represent Ltd.™ NEWS | Episode #002 [February 9 -15, 2020] - Represent Ltd.™

This week we launched the Black & Yellow Collection, featuring the 'Proceed With Caution' long sleeve black graphic t-shirt, black snapback with classic R logo, short beanie and cuff beanie also embroidered with the Classic R logo.  We have a few pieces left in stock on our website but the collection is moving fast.


The UFC makes their way to New Mexico this Saturday to the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho.  The card features Hawaiian native Yancy Medeiros as he faces Lando Vannata in a lightweight bout that looks to be the people’s main event.  Other notable fighters on the card include Diego “the nightmare” Sanchez & Jim Miller.


UFC 247 was a big night of fights, with samoan rising star Justin Tafa, winning in the first round with an impressive T K O finish. Tafa who trains with legend, the super samoan Mark Hunt, looks to cement his name in the UFC heavyweight division.  UFC 247 also saw a controversial main event title fight between Jon Jones and Dominick Reyes, with Bones winning by decision on the judges scorecards.  The decision came with a lot of controversy with many people scoring the fight in favor of Reyes.  What did you think?  Did Jon Jones do enough for retain the title or did Reyes get robbed?


Represent Brazil is coming!  We are excited to announce a distribution deal in South America’s largest country, Brazil.  Full details and launch date will be available soon.  For now make sure to follow at represent Brazil on instagram to stay informed.


Presidents Day Weekend is here, and yes we will be having a sale.  Stay tuned to our newsletter, instagram or Facebook page for the sale promo code.  Sale starts on Saturday so make sure you take advantage.


This was Represent Ltd.’s news for the week of February 9th through the 15th.  For more news and happenings visit our NEWS BLOG weekly.


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