File this under "You had one job."
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) recently partnered with sneaker and apparel giant Reebok, which means athletes competing under the ZUFFA umbrella will be compensated for wearing specialized uniforms to the Octagon, starting with UFC 189 on July 11, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Like most first-generation products, Tuesday's launch was not without its share of problems. Most notably, the organization's failure to "put the fighters at the forefront," as one incensed combatant wrote on Twitter, botching several prominent names on the shirts (pics) that cost a whopping $80.
Take a look:
To its credit, Reebok has been putting out fires all day on social media and promised to correct what it called "glitches" in the online database. Probably not a good start for the company, considering not everyone was on board with this program to begin with.
The next few weeks should be very interesting...