Xtreme Pro Apparel was founded in 2013 when Jordon Gutierrez decided to step in and help his father Ed Gutierrez (owner of RMN Events.) After wrestling in the tournaments for so many years he noticed the need for gear and apparel in between school and working part time for RMN. Xtreme Pro has a full range of wrestling gear including singlets, fight shorts, rash-guards, accessories, and more. Having a strong design focus, and a commitment for creating high quality goods, Xtreme Pro has been quickly embraced by wrestling and grappling communities alike.

Xtreme Pro Apparel has an elite roster of more than 20 of the best wrestlers in the World, from the likes of Enzo Bell, Kenny Sailas, Che Jenkins, Israel Borge, D'mitri Alarcon, and more.

Under Jordon Gutierrez's signature design and creativity, Xtreme Pro Apparel maintains a strong focus on delivering wrestling goods with high integrity and matching quality, keeping true to its roots and remaining unchanged for years to come.


Whether a wrestler, artist, designer, or athlete, anyone who pursues his or her dream, and makes that dream a reality represents the #XTREMELIFE


Duran Youth Wrestling Gear

Posted by Arthur on 7/29/2015
Check out this sweet new custom gear Xtreme Pro Apparel designed and produced for Duran Youth Wrestling. Get gear like this for your team and receive free artwork within 48 hours! As an added bonus, your team will get its own team store page on http://www.xtremeproapparel.com/ so you won't have to waste time on order forms.

Mystery Box

Posted by Jordongutierrez. on 7/24/2015

The next 100 people to like our page will be entered into a drawing for a free mystery box with some exclusive Xtreme...

Posted by Xtremeproapparel.com on Friday, July 24, 2015

Bubba Jenkins talks with Xtreme Pro Apparel

Posted by Arthur on 7/22/2015


Xtreme Pro Apparel had the privilege of talking with renowned fighter Bubba Jenkins at UFC Ultimates. Jenkins is an up and coming UFC wrestler and a former NCAA Division I champion.

This is just another example of the exceptional experiences that RMN Events and Xtreme Pro Apparel wrestlers have at tournaments. By learning from the best, our wrestlers become the best.

Xtreme Music in July

Posted by Jordongutierrez. on 7/22/2015 to Music
Xtreme Music in July



Check out the Photos from UFC Ultimates

Posted by Arthur on 7/21/2015 to Xtreme Team

Andrew Alirez on the Rise

Posted by Arthur on 7/20/2015 to RMN


After winning the match, I asked him how he felt about the win, and having to face the Indiana state champ again the following day, and there was nothing but humble determination,

“It felt really good. It’s getting me closer to my goal of becoming an Olympian. I’ll definitely be going in tomorrow a lot more confident, every win I get better, every match I get better.”

It’s this depth of character and ambition that are exceptional for a wrestler his age. Expect to see big things from Andrew Alirez in the RMN Events 2015-2015 and beyond.

Andrew Alirez is a multitalented young wrestler beyond his years in experience and character.  As a 3rd generation boxer who’s only been boxing for 2 years, and already has a record of 10 and 0 with a Ring Side Championship under his belt, it’s evident that Alirez lets his natural athleticism do most of the talking.

When I asked him about the transition into boxing he said -“I think if you’ve wrestled you can do any other sport because of how demanding wrestling is mentally and physically”. If this wasn’t coming from a tested athlete I may not have believed that statement but Andrew has proven himself time after time. From national Boxing tournaments, to Rocky Mountain Nationals in Denver, he has gone up against some of the best and come out on top.

This past weekend at UFC Ultimates was no exception. Alirez was calm, cool, and collected after his match against Indiana State Champ Colton Cummings. He’s a 14- year-old 8th grader, but you wouldn’t be able to tell that purely from his performance. Alirez hung on for the entire match, unwavering in the face of a fierce competitor.

Dana White on the Importance of Wrestling in MMA

Posted by Arthur on 7/20/2015

This past week at UFC Ultimates in Las Vegas, Dana White hosted the Presidential Open Forum. It was a rare chance for fans to ask the President of the UFC anything surrounding the sport of wrestling.

I had the opportunity to ask White about young wrestlers coming up in the sport and he took the chance to explain his recent efforts in strengthening wrestling and keeping the sport alive. White made clear the importance of wrestling as the core roots of mixed martial arts.

Q: “If you had one piece of advice for young kids coming into the sport of wrestling and want to come up in the UFC, what would it be?”

A: “Young wrestlers that want to be in the UFC? I mean one of the problems we faced a few years ago was it was looking like wrestling was going away. Lorenzo and I, and the UFC personally funded a lot of wrestling programs that keep wrestling alive in certain places. I think that’s the key. We have the wrestling tournament here and we really got behind USA wrestling when that whole thing was going on.

Number one is keep wrestling alive, it’s the base of mixed martial arts, you have to have it.

And number two, the great thing about being an up and coming wrestler is you get to compete in all things wrestling, you get to go to the Olympics, and then when you’re done there’s an alternative, you can still be a competitor and get into mixed martial arts, so it’s all good stuff.”

White’s words make apparent the importance of youth wrestling leagues like RMN Events and Nuway wrestling. The Ultimate Alliance movement will ensure that wrestling continues to be the core of mixed martial arts and that the best UFC wrestlers continue to come from strong backgrounds in wrestling.

 

Enzo Bell - Coming up in the UFC

Posted by Arthur on 7/20/2015 to RMN

Enzo and Darren Bell, father and son duo had a one of a kind experience at UFC Ultimates this past week. RMN Events was asked what wrestler had a story that embodied the essence of the sport and the heart that it takes to succeed on the mat. None other than Enzo Bell fit the bill.

The young 10-year-old wrestler, who is also part of the Xtreme Pro Apparel team, was undefeated for the entire tournament, and UFC decided to do an exclusive interview with Enzo and his dad.

Only at RMN Events do things like this happen. Join up to follow the dream and get recognized! 

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