Miranda Granger is training for her first professional mixed martial arts title bout, which will be this Saturday at the Tacoma Dome. Granger is a strawweight (115 pounds) and was undefeated as an amateur and is 3-0 as a professional. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Miranda Granger is training for her first professional mixed martial arts title bout, which will be this Saturday at the Tacoma Dome. Granger is a strawweight (115 pounds) and was undefeated as an amateur and is 3-0 as a professional. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

MMA fighter preparing for her first title bout as a pro

Miranda Granger will fight for the vacant Dominate FC strawweight crown Saturday at the Tacoma Dome.

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