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Below are the Tapout designed t-shirts that respective MMA fighters Jake Shields and Dan Henderson (pictured wearing his) will apparently be wearing in their middleweight bout on tonight's Strikeforce Nashville card, to be aired live on CBS/Strikeforce Saturday Night Fights.





As you can tell, both have an all-American patriotic theme . Shield's shirt featured an eagle and shield (gee, I wonder why?), while Henderson has a battle-worn US flag and the Patrick Henry quote "Give me liberty, or give me death." I'm sure that Ricky Stanzi would be proud to wear either one of them.
The shirts are a refreshing change of pace from all the skulls and quasi-satanic imagery that dominate MMA shirts these days. And they are definitely better than the neo-nazi crap that Hoelzer Reich sells. I'm sure Mask would approve.


(via Cagewriter)


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Below are the Tapout designed t-shirts that respective MMA fighters Jake Shields and Dan Henderson (pictured wearing his) will apparently be wearing in their middleweight bout on tonight's Strikeforce Nashville card, to be aired live on CBS/Strikeforce Saturday Night Fights.





As you can tell, both have an all-American patriotic theme . Shield's shirt featured an eagle and shield (gee, I wonder why?), while Henderson has a battle-worn US flag and the Patrick Henry quote "Give me liberty, or give me death." I'm sure that Ricky Stanzi would be proud to wear either one of them.
The shirts are a refreshing change of pace from all the skulls and quasi-satanic imagery that dominate MMA shirts these days. And they are definitely better than the neo-nazi crap that Hoelzer Reich sells. I'm sure Mask would approve.


(via Cagewriter)



Posted originally: 2010-04-17 13:40:00
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