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UFC Fans Are Having None Of Reebok's Apology Over Those Contentious T-Shirts

UFC Fans Are Having None Of Reebok's Apology Over Those Contentious T-Shirts
By Gary Reilly Updated

When Reebok put those crap t-shirts to print, they can't possibly have thought they'd get such a reaction. Or maybe they did and they just like to see us Irish lose the run of ourselves for the fun of it. All publicity is good publicity after all.

Maybe not. In reality, it was obviously just a careless decision that blew up in their face big time. When John Kavanagh threatened to pull the plug on the much hyped deal with SBG, Reebok obviously took notice. The offending t-shirts were removed from their site and this apology was offered.

It must be said, as far as apologies go, that's about as bland as you can get. While Reebok may have hoped that a line would be drawn under the whole thing, plenty of fans were having none of it.

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In reality, that's just some of the more pleasantly worded complaints. Reebok's PR battle with UFC fans has been going rather dreadfully so far and this is perhaps a new low.

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