Intimidation Clothing to sponsor Featherweight Paul “Straight Outta” Compton at Cleveland NAAFS event

February 18, 2012 by  
Filed under Event Sponsorships, Fighter Sponsorships, News

Intimidation Clothing is pleased to announce the sponsorship of featherweight Paul Compton at NAAFS: Rock ‘N Rumble 5 on August 27th in Cleveland, Ohio. Cleverly nicknamed “Straight Outta,” Compton is 5-4 as a pro and makes his return to the cage since winning at EFC 8 in Erie, Pennsylvania in May 2011. Paul Compton MMAA member the popular GriffonRawl fight team in Mentor, OH, Compton (pictured with Intimidation CEO Luke Jernigan) will face fellow NAAFS veteran Tony Castillo who will also be sponsored by Intimidation. In addition to Compton & Castillo, the Intimidation brand will also be sponsoring Nick Duell, Jessica Eye and Isaiah Chapman in professional MMA bouts. For the fight Compton is expected to walk out wearing Intimidation’s khaki Hard Luck shirt, a shirt that has been in high demand since the design was released in April 2011.

Paul Compton will look for his 4th win in five fights as he steps into the cage for just the 2nd time in 23 months tonight at the historic Gray’s Armory in Downtown Cleveland, Ohio. After a 9-2 amateur career, Compton will be fighting for the NAAFS for the first time since August 2009 after his fight in July 2011 was postponed and injury kept him our of action for the Canton based MMA promotion in August 2011.

Intimidation Clothing is a fast-growing brand of MMA apparel & gear based in Ohio with a strong presence throughout the Midwest USA. In addition to over 50 styles of high-quality, bold t-shirts, the company is also becoming known for their premium-quality MMA fight shorts, rashguards and more available online at IntimidationClothing.com. Fans can like Intimidation on Facebook and follow Intimidation Clothing on Twitter @IntimidationMMA.

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