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Bellator MMA is the largest tournament-based mixed martial arts promotion in the world and it’s coming to the USF Sun Dome, March 28th!  You could be in the crowd to see Florida’s own Jessica “Jag” Aguilar and all the action! Register below to score a pair of tickets courtesy of 97X!

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