Ring to Cage Body Protector Review
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The Fight Nerd visited Progressive Martial Arts in Queens, NY, to try out a new product from Ring to Cage -- specifically, their Body Protector vest. With the help of three of their fighters, we gave this piece of equipment the beating that it deserved in an effort to help you, the disconcerting consumer, to decide whether or not this big pad is worth your money.
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