MMA Ring Girls Step Into Cage And Fight At Bellator 42 Event In Oklahoma

If there's two things we've learned about MMA since it burst on to the scene in the past decade it's the appeal of violence and sex. You might think that there are things we already knew about humanity, particularly the male portion of it, but clearly it's a lesson from history that needs repeating. In the lastest marriage of guys' two favorite past times, a couple of ring girls put down the signs and put on the gloves. 

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Jade Bryce and Mercedes Terrell got it on in front of fans at Bellator 42 held Saturday at a bastion of wholesome middle-American values, the Lucky Star Casino on Concho, Oklahoma. 

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For a full break down of the fights be sure to visit SB Nation's Bellator 42 Fight Card page where you can read about Richard Hale's split decision over D.J. Linderman and Ronnie Mann's defeat of Josh Arocho.

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But to see more of the action between ring girls Jade and Mercedes, head on over to TMZ.com Sports.

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Happy Easter, fellas!

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The girls pictured in this file photo from Getty Images are not those referred to in this story.

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