UFC fans encouraged to bid on Ultimate Prizes to benefit men and women of United States Armed Forces

Las Vegas, Nevada (USA) Even though the action inside the Octagon at tonight’s UFC® Fight For The Troops 2 event has concluded, the Ultimate Fighting Championship® is encouraging its fans to continue to help raise funds for the brave men and women in the United States Armed Forces with traumatic brain injuries.

From now until tomorrow at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT, UFC fans can log on to www.fightforthetroops.com and bid on once-in-a-lifetime prizes. Some of the rare items include the official canvas from tonight’s UFC® Fight For The Troops 2 event in Fort Hood, Texas, a private training session with UFC superstars Randy Couture and Forrest Griffin, as well as the chance to meet Philadelphia Phillies centerfielder Shane Victorino and attend a Major League Baseball game as his guest.

Fans can also make cash donations to support our heroes in uniform who have suffered injuries in service to our nation.

“We truly appreciate the sacrifices the men and women of our armed forces make on a daily basis and it’s important for us to show our support with events like this,” UFC President Dana White said. “We put on another great card for the troops here tonight at Fort Hood.”

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