Fighter Energy Review
What You Should Know
Fighter Energy is an energy drink from what appears to be a new company that just sells this one supplement. The website is laden with pictures of fighters, inevitably, but the fighters are not boxers they are MMA stars. The website is a bit confusing in that there is a drink called Fighter Energy and then there is mention of a product that sells for $1 per tablet. Fighter Energy does not come in liquid form. It comes in large tablets that dissolve in water and $1 per tablet is the same as paying $1 per energy drink – CHEAP!
After taking a look around we started noticing some interesting things about the site and product. The name Fighter Energy is registered and the information in the FAQs section is light hearted but supported with outbound links in some cases. After a bit more research we found a perceived connection between Fighter Energy and Red Bull. It appears the two are made by the same company.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin B6
- Pantothenic Acid
- Fighter Energy Blend
We want to love Fighter Energy, but we have a few problems with the formula. First, there is only 37.5 mg of caffeine per tablet. That is less than we would like to see for increased energy and increased metabolism. There is mention that this amount of caffeine will increase alertness and decrease fatigue, but that is not taking into consideration that the populace this product is marketed to is already using caffeinated energy drinks and products.
The second problem is the perceived connection between Red Bull and Fighter Energy. If the two are connected, come out and say it clearly. The connection will only increase the products trustworthiness.
Finally, there is a Fighter Energy Blend. The blend contains unknown ingredients and that is a HUGE no-no. Fighter Energy needs to reveal these ingredients or risk losing the consumer to a company willing to list the ingredients.
- Lower cost than other energy supplements.
- Contains little caffeine.
- Red Bull is the company behind Fighter Energy.
- There is an energy blend with unknown ingredients.
- The connection between Red Bull and Fighter Energy is perceived not clearly stated.
Fighter Energy may boost energy slightly, but it is not the end-all of energy supplements. For $1 a tablet, the product is cheap, but the average user will take more than one tablet per day. We’d estimate that one tube will last no more than two to three days and that brings the price right back to that of other energy supplements.