If Southern California doesn't crack in half from the blitzkrieg of earthquakes we've had since Friday night (I actually just felt another one while writing this), then UofMMA will be going down tomorrow at the Nokia Theater starting at 5pm.
To be a true MMA fan, one must support the local scene, and you can notch that requirement off your MMA fan badge by attending UofMMA, a collection of amateur fighters all competing to do bad ass things inside of a cage. The last time I attend an event, Ludacris was sitting in the front row and he was transfixed on every fight going down that night. Now you can do the same thing and win free tickets to UofMMA tomorrow.
All you have to do is:
1.) Register on MiddleEasy.
2) Leave a comment in the comment section below letting us know you want tickets to the event
3.) We will pick four winners to each receive a pair of tickets. Winners will be announced at 9pm PST.
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