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TULAmmo-Sponsored Boxer Faces His Biggest Fight

Undefeated championship boxer, Sergey Kovalev wearing trunks with TualAmmo logo

Undefeated championship boxer, Sergey Kovalev, defends his title this Saturday in Las Vegas against his top-ranked contender Nadjib Mohammedi. The fight airs on HBO at 10 p.m. ET/PT, 9 p.m. CT.

Kovalev is the unified WBA, IBF and WBO light heavyweight champion, knocking out 24 of 28 opponents during his career. Clark County Commissioner, Mary Beth Scow called Kovalev the “best in the world” while she announced that Monday, July 20 is “Sergey Kovalev Day.” This will be Sergey’s first major fight in Las Vegas, as well as his biggest.

Undefeated championship boxer, Sergey Kovalev wearing trunks with TualAmmo logo
Sergey Kovalev is sponsored by TULAmmo.

Sergey Kovalev is sponsored by TULAmmo. He is the only boxer endorsed by an ammo or firearm-related company. The company’s logo is predominantly displayed on his trunks.

Tulammo USA, based in Round Rock, Texas imports ammo produced at the Tula Cartridge works, which was founded in 1880 and is the largest supplier of ammunition around the world. Tulammo’s product line includes .380 ACP, 9mm, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, .223 Remington, 7.62x39mm, .30 Carbine, .308 Winchester and more. Cheaper Than Dirt! customers have trusted Tulammo for years due to its affordable price and reliability. The 9mm, 115-grain FMJ polymer-coated steel case ammo is a best seller.

Show your support for Tulammo and Sergey by watching the fight Saturday night at 9 p.m. CT on HBO. Shop at Cheaper Than Dirt! for the best price and selection of TULAmmo!

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Comments (4)

  1. I’m not a fan of boxing and didn’t watch the fight, but I would like to see an update from CtD as to whether the TulAmmo ad stayed in place or was removed/edited out for the broadcast.

  2. Yup–I shoot TULAMMO in all my guns (most frequently in my Russian hardware which loves it like there’s no tomorrow). Personally, I say buy a box or two or 10… just to show support as stated in the article (IMO people’s initial concerns with the ammo are now antiquated as it’s not comparable to what it once was when it hit the U.S. markets–try it your gun will like it)….

    1. When you say that negatives about Tula ammo are antiquated, you need to try the “whoops” routine. Steel cased ammo is far different than brass. Lots of the polymer coated steel cased Tula stuff won’t properly chamber, especially in ARs. This causes improper headroom for the pin. (About 2 rounds out of 20) Steel cased ammo needs lube. If you’re willing to lube the cartridges before you rack them then it works good.
      As far as most AK47s go this does not apply.

    2. @ Sam Vonn.

      If the Mild Steel Cartridge Casing is Polymer Coated, then YOU ARE going to have a Problem. Polymers are temperature rated up to ~ +450(deg)F, if the Barrel gets hotter then that temperature. It will Melt and Fuse to the Inside of the Barrel, making it that much Harder to Clean…

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