Being an MMA fan can be an expensive undertaking. Watching fights on television – whether ordering them from home, going to a buddy's house and splitting the PPV, or watching them from a bar – usually involves spending some cash. Going to major fights will cost you hundreds of dollars in tickets, food and beer, and that's only if you're lucky enough to have a show come to your neighborhood. Even at smaller shows, you're likely to spend at least $40 each on tickets. Throw in the costs of T-shirts, DVDs and books, and MMA fans can use a break. Luckily, there are plenty of MMA companies and fighters who like to give stuff away.
B.J. Penn wants to give you the opportunity to attend UFC 98 with him, but it's not easy. He wants you to go into your community, do a project for the good of everyone, film it, and post it on his Web site, BJPenn.com. Also, get it done by this Monday. The good news is that if you're already helping your community, you're in a good position to win this contest.Read More »from MMA fanhood for cheapskates: chances to get free stuff