Lifestyle, Restaurants
Nov 15, 2021

Umami Burger Teams Up With Rumble Boxing For A Deal You Can’t Miss

For the entire month of November if you order a “Rumble” burger from Umami Burger you get a free Rumble Boxing Class.

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Yeah, thats right…circle back and read it again. For all of November if you buy a “Rumble” burger from participating Umami Burger locations like The Grove, you get a boxing class on them. The “Rumble burger” is a limited edition collaboration and won’t be here forever. The full official name is the “Rumble Knockout Burger”, which comes in a custom-designed box and free class to burn those calories off. Pew Pew. The “Rumble” burger consists of a 4oz Smash Patty, lettuce, pickles, tomato, caramelized onions, American cheese, topped off its classic sauce. Don’t forget to order a side of fries with their famous truffle ketchup, hey you’re getting a free boxing class, you earned the fries. The workout class card for Rumble will be valid until the end of the year, but the burger-free class combo itself is only operating through November. Meaning? You better run out and grab one before it’s too late.

If you’ve never been to Rumble, they aren’t your typical boxing studio. The classes are divided between floor workouts with weights and the more traditional boxing class. Other than the gloves, there is nothing traditional about this. The studio is lined with mirrors in their West Hollywood location, inside a dark room with neon lights to set the mood. Loud music pulses as the instructor shouts combos and the top portion of the wall keeps a digital record of whats going on. It can be alot for your first time, but if you’ve ever been to Barry’s Bootcamp it might remind you of the changes from treadmill to floor workout, repeat. Of course, you can forgo the floor and focus solely on boxing, but the best workout will come from the combo. Don’t forget to stretch after, you’re going to need it.

In addition to purchasing the “Rumble Burger” in stores you can also take advantage of the deal through Postmates, UberEats, Door Dash, Grub Hub, and GO by citizens.