Found December 04, 2012 on
Light heavyweight champ Jon Jones may have been the first UFC superstar to reportedly score a global sponsorship deal with Nike, but middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) was technically the Octagon’s first Swoosh-endorsed fighter. It has since been announced Silva now also has a global contract with the planet’s largest sports apparel company. Reigning heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos is the latest UFC stud to land a deal with Nike, but his arrangement is limited to ads in his homeland of Brazil. However, 2Santos isn’t showcased in the commercial Nike Brazil just released featuring “The Spider.” Please click the media player below to watch the promo:
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Pretty cool commercial, even though I can’t understand anything they are saying.
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