Our goal as an apparel company is to come together and express our passion for the sport and the importance it has in the Olympic Games with Takedown Shop’s “Save Wrestling” gear.
Buford, GA (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
In a move that shocked wrestlers across the world, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has decided to remove wrestling from the 2020 Olympic Games. The IOC lists several reasons for the removal such as TV ratings, global popularity, and ticket sales. As a main event dating back to the Ancient Greeks, wrestling has played a major role throughout the history of the Olympics. Athletes all over the world are urging the IOC to reinstate the sport. Takedown Sportswear, a company specializing in wrestling gear and apparel, has designed several new products in an effort to promote Olympic wrestling.
Takedown Shop’s in-house artist has created new wrestling singlets, shirts and socks that say “Save Wrestling” to raise public awareness and support for the sport. The company sells these products in their retail store and on their website. Dustin Kawa, owner of Takedown Shop, is excited about promoting the “Save Wrestling” Movement. “Our goal as an apparel company is to come together and express our passion for the sport and the importance it has in the Olympic Games with Takedown Shop’s “Save Wrestling” gear. The sport has a rich history, and it belongs in the Olympics,” says Dustin.