Mixed Martial Arts has been legal in New York state for two years now.
The governor's office is reporting Thursday that since the sport's introduction in 2016, a total of $97 million in revenue has been generated.
There have been a total of 149 events have been held, including bouts in Utica.
Ticket sales brought in more than $67 million in revenue, Simulcast revenue totaled more than $30 million, and state taxes that were paid totaled $7.5 million.
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