Hayabusa T3 Glove
T# Bag Glove by Hayabusa

In this post we will be reviewing the Hayabusa T3 Velcro Bag Glove. First to give you an inside to my experience with gloves he is a little background. I am a professional boxing trainer with 3 professional champions built under my tutelage as well as 19 National, International and World Amateur Champions.

I have been involved in boxing for nearly 35 years and I only mention this so that you understand that my experience in evaluating these gloves is valid. The T3 glove is by far the best glove I have personally used and it is the glove I recommend to all my fighters. I will explain both the pro’s & cons with a star rating for each but over all it is an excellent glove.

So I love the look and feel of this glove. The craftsmanship of this glove is top notch, the stitching and leather are both of high quality and design. The materials used are excellent and the wrist support is the best available. It’s a good looking glove with the white glove with black thumb pictured here being almost sexy.

T3 Bag Glove by hayabusa
Hayabusa T3 Bag Glove

They are priced at around $100 which is right there with many other gloves including the everlast protex gloves which I will also be reviewing soon.

The gloves last, period.  My pro fighters T3 gloves last about about one and half years and they train 5 days per week, do 20 rounds per day of bag and mitt work with 5 minute rounds. Their warm-ups consists of simple 1-2 punches at about a 5 in the power rating scale with ten being all out power. They throw 800 punches the first three rounds and then average about 300 punches every round after that. These gloves out last every other glove we have used including everlast, winning, Reyes and just about every major name brand glove out by at least 6 months.

The negative side of this gloves is that they’re big and they use lots of Velcro for the double wrist support. With so much Velcro they’re not good for sparring because they will scratch your opponents neck, face and shoulders a bit. For me that’s unacceptable but that’s the only down fall. Now because of their size I do recommend to buy a smaller pair of glove for bag and mitt work. If you spar with 14oz gloves use 12oz gloves for the bags.

But the glove is good and well worth the money. I have not received any money or free equipment from Hayabusa for this review, I just love this glove.

I will upload a video to my new blog page that will be reviewing and giving instructional tutorials in boxing training and equipment. You can visit my blog page at http://warzoneboxingblog.com or you can send me an email with any questions at usa.boxing@yahoo.com

LINK: https://www.hayabusafight.com/collections/boxing-gloves/products/t3-boxing-gloves?variant=490023747609

  • Pros:
  • craftsmanship – 5
  • materials used – 5
  • appearance – 5
  • affordability – 4.5
  • support – 5
  • durability – 5
  • comfort – 5
  • Cons:
  • Overall size – 3
  • Velcro – 3

Reviews: Michelle D. 

United States

Used these a couple times so far for sparring and mitt work, and the quality and wrist support are fantastic. I also like the dual velcro when they go on. Great service as well. Thank you so much!!!

Giovanni S. 

United States

I had him for a week in somebody stole I’m on my car and all my other gear but these lows were good while I had



Learning boxing is great but the absolute most critical point in anyone’s boxing career whether for competition, self-defense or just fitness is what you learn in the beginning.

The first steps of boxing learned should be foot placement and footwork. That means learning lateral and linear movements (back and forth & side to side). This is the absolute most critical thing everyone should learn at first. Think of both your hands being hurt or your shoulder, what do you do? move! that’s what. Footwork is your first line of defense followed only by head movement and some will say that head movement should come first. Either way avoiding punches is first. Keeping your hands in front of your face is not defense, they should be used and thought of as a guard for that punch you didn’t see coming, not your primary line of defense. Avoid the punch all together should be first.

So even if your looking to use boxing for fitness purposes and you are paying someone to train you, make sure they instill the basics first. If they don’t offer this then you are only a number that they are trying to make money off of or they don’t have the knowledge.

Learning these movements will make you crave more because it is interesting, beneficial and is still a great workout. It will make every step in your training better. Look up some of the best fighters in the world or the best athletes in every sport, they all have great footwork.

If your looking to get into boxing, learning it the proper way and live in the Inland Empire then visit the Warzone Boxing Club in Rialto Ca. Here is a link to their site http://WarzoneBoxingClub.com

Here is an link to 7 benefits of footwork.


Stroke Patient Uses Boxing to Recover

This is a true “Life Story” of Ben Ordonez and how he used Boxing to change his life. In mid June of 2011 a man walked into our boxing gym and introduced himself. Ben was a very polite 52 year old man who asked a few question regarding our boxing gym. He mentioned that he wanted to learn how to box and that it was something that he had always wanted to do. “I want to learn how to box, can you train me and get me into shape?. I want to lose weight and eventually get into the ring and actually compete if possible”.

​Normally this isn’t a reason to write this up as a story but this particular customer was different. I had noticed immediately that his mobility was a little off when he first walked in. Ben explained to me that he was recovering from a stroke he had suffered on January 2010. It had hit the left side of his body causing his eye to sink into his skull.

At the time of his stroke he was weighing in at a hefty 245 lbs on his 5’ 7” on a lucky day frame. I remember thinking to myself, “I am good, but I don’t know if I can give him what he wants?”

“Ben get in the ring and move around a bit so that I could evaluate your physical movement i asked”. Mentally he was good, sharp as a tack but he did have physical limitations. I assumed it was caused by his stroke. So I decided to take Ben on as one of our private students. This way he would have 100% of our attention all to himself in a 1 on 1 setting. After going over the costs and what his program would consist of Ben agreed.

So our journey began with a program that would consist of two sessions per day. His morning session would focus on stability, agility and strength training and his  second evening session would consist of Boxing. I must admit that Ben had a great work ethic that I wished more of my students had. But with his wife Olga’s endless support, his eagerness to follow instructions, I thought this will work.

the program we put him on and our vast knowledge, I am pleased to say that Ben today is a new man. He is a FIT and Healthy 175 pound “Beast” of man. Today after 10 months at our boxing gym, Ben spars twice per week; works 10 rounds of mitts 3 times per week and can give me a solid hour of anaerobic exercises twice per week.

All this was accomplished without running and done inside our boxing gym; this goes to show you that with dedication and Coaches that know what they are doing, all things are possible.The proof is right here for you to see. A big thank you to my son Mike Franco for doing his part in Ben’s recovery.

A healthy life can be obtained through Boxing and knowledgeable coaches.



Daniel "Twitch" Franco
Professional Boxing USBA IBF Champion Daniel “twitch” Franco

Boxing is not just a sport. It’s also a workout routine that is followed by many people to stay fit and in shape. In fact, boxing is a fitness trend that has never gone out of style. And there’s a very good reason for that as well. There is nothing other than boxing that can give us a high-intensity workout to make us feel fierce, and empowered with raw energy.

Here we present to you some of the great benefits of boxing. If you’re not into this sport or think lowly about it, then you might start to think otherwise.

1- Boxing Helps Relieve Stress

No matter what you think about boxing as a sport, but once you start punching the bag, your brain begins to produce endorphins. Now you might not know what that is. Endorphins are neurotransmitters that create positive and feel-good thoughts. You’d be surprised to know that punching is also very effective for relieving all the muscle tension that is built up in your body throughout the day.

2- Boxing Boosts Confidence

It’s true what they say about boxing. This sport has something that empowers you incredibly. After just a single boxing class, you leave feeling energized, stronger, and more confident about your body, and some might even say your appearance as well.

3- Boxing Improves Your Mental Focus

As you practice your punches and defensive moves, you will begin to notice that your focus is improving and that your ability to concentrate on things is also increasing.

4- Boxing Is a Whole Body Workout

Most of the people have this misunderstanding that boxing only works out and develops your arms. But that’s not correct. Throwing a punch involves a whole body movement. To be more precise, the power in your punch comes from the strength of your legs through your core and then finally it is delivered through your arms.

5- You Can Work Out Efficiently

Boxing is actually a perfect workout routine that can give you the results you expect from a workout. You can tone and sculpt your muscles and burn your calories and fat content in an engaging and fun way. Moreover, a boxing routine increases your metabolism, and improves your strength, mobility, hand-eye coordination and enhances your core stability as well.

6- You Can Learn New Skills

You can never grow tired of boxing once you’re addicted to it. This is because there is always more room for improvement and there are many new skills that you can master. The thing is that there’s nothing like a perfect punch. The more you get involved with boxing, the more you’ll build your skills. You’ll get faster and more powerful with every passing day!

So, you see boxing is an excellent mechanism for an enhanced body composition because it combines strength training that is good for muscle building and calorie burning cardio exercises. Thus, a regular boxing routine accompanied with a nutritious diet plan can tone your fat mass percentage and get you in your desired shape!

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