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Will The Next Hometown Throwdown be in Your City?

After memorable visits to Fort Lauderdale and Milwaukee, Harley-Davidson is looking for a place to go for their third annual Hometown Throwdown, and fight fans who want to see the UFC in their town have until December 31 to cast their vote and tell the world why the Octagon belongs in their city.

The lucky fan whose hometown is chosen to host a UFC event in 2015 won’t just have a ticket for an action-packed night of fights though, as he or she will receive their choice of a customized 2015 Harley-Davidson® Dark Custom™ motorcycle, learn to ride during a five-day/four-night trip for four to Las Vegas in March, host a weekend experience in their hometown during fight week, and much, much more.

And to celebrate the launch of the biggest version of the contest yet, Harley-Davidson will award a custom 2015 cruiser to each winner on the main card of UFC 177 in Sacramento tonight, making a victory worth even more to those already fighting for bonuses, bragging rights, and even a world championship.

To learn more about the contest and to submit an entry, please visit www.h-d.com/UFC

Saturday, May 9
11PM/8PM
ETPT
Adelaide, Australia

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