11 Dec 2009 05:40:02 AM
11 Dec 2009 05:40:02 AM
11 Nov 2009 07:19:43 AM
Candid, self-shot tweetphotos are nice and all, but sometimes you just need the touch of a professional photographer. The UFC recently released a new batch of high-quality Octagon Girl photos for your viewing pleasure, and they’re just the thing to get you through another miserable hump-day. Lots more pics after the jump; you can see the rest right here.Read More DIGG THIS
2 Nov 2009 07:33:39 AM
Now that our post-Halloween hangovers have almost completely subsided, it’s time to present the finalists for our MMA costume contest. Take a look at the best submissions after the jump, and please select your favorite costume via the poll on the right. Remember: $175 in MMA Warehouse gift cards are on the line, so vote thoughtfully.Read More DIGG THIS
16 Oct 2009 05:55:09 AM
(Just to get you in the holiday spirit: Forrest Griffin as Supergirl, Seth Petruzelli as Kimbo Slice, Mauricio Rua as Fred Flintstone with Wanderlei Silva as a drunken gladiator, Arianny Celeste as a sexy schoolgirl, and three fat guys as the TapouT crew.)
Check this out, Potato Nation. Halloween is just two weeks from now, which means you’re probably scrambling to come up with a clever costume. But we all know that the streets are going to be jam-packed with Zombie Obamas and Pedobears. So we’re looking for your best MMA-themed Halloween costumes. They could be faithful renditions of well-known fighters, or references to more obscure moments in the sport. The only requirements are that they’re related to MMA in some way, and that they make us LOMFAO.
Come up with a unique concept, cobble it together using whatever you can steal from Party City*, and e-mail a photo of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org. The winner will get a super-awesome prize package, the contents of which cannot be revealed at this time because we’re not sure what it’ll be yet. But trust us, it’ll be absolutely spooktacular. Here’s the thing, though: You must submit your entries by Thursday, 10/29, so that we can post the finalists on Friday. In other words, you won’t actually have to go out in public wearing your costume if you don’t want to, which is great news if you’re planning to dress up as Brock Lesnar’s Tattoo. Holler in the comments section if you have any questions, and good luck!
* Shoplifting is in no way endorsed by CagePotato.com or Break Media, but we all know times are tough, and we don’t expect anybody to drop a lot of cash on this contest when the return on investment could turn out to be an autographed 8×10 of Tim Sylvia.Read More DIGG THIS
7 Aug 2009 05:59:41 AM
(Photo courtesy of UFC.com)
MMA Fanhouse has confirmed that Edith Labelle — you know, the large-chested Octagon Girl who’s not Arianny or Logan — won’t be holding round cards and blowing kisses to the camera during UFC broadcasts anymore. Her manager was quoted as saying "Something happened, but at this time, I can only confirm that Edith no longer works for the UFC." Considering the rumors that swirled around Amber Nichole Miller‘s departure, that "something" could be nothing, or that something could be something; feel free to speculate wildly in the comments section below. Edith will be officially replaced by Maxim Octagon Girl Search winner Natasha Wicks at UFC 101 tomorrow night in Philadelphia.
Edith Labelle (born June 30, 1982), aka Edith Larente, made her debut as a UFC Octagon Girl in November 2007, but was released by the company after falling ill at UFC 100 in July 2009. Hailing from Mont-Laurier, Quebec, Edith Labelle worked as a semi-nude model before joining the UFC, and was best known as "Anabelle" from FlashyBabes.com. Outside of her appearance in a low-budget sci-fi movie in 2009, we have no idea what Edith’s been up to since leaving the UFC.Read More DIGG THIS
31 Jul 2009 07:29:12 AM
In this excerpt from Lyoto Machida‘s "Karate for Mixed Martial Arts" instructional DVD set, the Dragon demonstrates one of the techniques that make him so elusive: the step-fake/counterpunch. Then, he shows us how to set up a knee-pick takedown after intercepting a jab. Order today, and receive a bonus DVD which covers eyebrow grooming and alternative nutrition.Read More DIGG THIS
16 Jul 2009 10:34:43 AM
(Arianny Celeste and Matt Leinart mimic emotions together.)
If you’ve ever thought that a radio hosting gig was your key to scoring chicks, then you’ve obviously never met Steve Cofield. But if you want to try it out anyway, while also getting close to UFC Octagon girl Arianny Celeste in order to dazzle her with your smooth voice and razor wit, this is your chance. Cofield is hyping a charity auction to host an hour of radio with Arianny, Dana White, Chuck Liddell, or a bunch of other MMA stars on ESPN 1100 in Vegas. The proceeds from this auction and radiothon go to benefit the cancer foundation The Caring Place, so it’s all for a good cause.
The best part though, is that this could finally be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for to make an impression on Arianny (or Chuck Liddell, if you are a chick who has somehow not already slept with Chuck Liddell). Just in case you win the auction, here’s our step-by-step instructions for wooing Arianny during your hour of radio time together:Read More DIGG THIS
3 Jul 2009 09:57:51 AM
After 200+ entries, we’re proud to announce the winners in this week’s caption contest. Are you sitting down?
In first place, winning Greg Jackson/Kelly Crigger‘s new book The Stand Up Game is Geriatric Peon:
Example of dating rule number 1: If you want to know what the daughter looks like when she is older just look at the mother.
In second place, winning Ranger Up’s Team Sityodtong t-shirt is PauloThiagoSilva:
Goldberg: "Fabio with the clinch."
Rogan: "Yeah, this is NOT where Arianny wants to be."
And our runners-up, winning the soon-to-be outdated "Hall of Fame" t-shirt are…
Richard Tucker: "You know, Arianny, you and me aren’t that different. We both care about our appearance, and we’ve both fucked Josh Burkman."
Jugger: "There might have been a small amount of Vaseline applied, but it didn’t change the outcome."
Horror Fighter: The Dream freak show matches keep getting stranger and stranger.
If your name has been called, please e-mail your commenter name, real name, address, and shirt-size (if applicable) to email@example.com. Thanks to everyone who entered!Read More DIGG THIS
2 Jul 2009 13:03:33 PM
Sup, gang. Before you leave your offices (or worksites, or highway underpasses) today for the big Independence Day weekend, we just wanted to remind you not to sleep on our ongoing contests…
— Competition is heating up in this week’s Arianny/Fabio caption contest. There are already some strong front-runners, but if you have any flashes of brilliance by tomorrow at noon ET, you could steal it. Prizes include Greg Jackson’s new book The Stand Up Game, a great new Sityodtong t-shirt from Ranger Up, and our leftover "Hall of Fame" tees.
— If you haven’t entered your UFC 100 picks for our Lyoto Machida "Karate for MMA" pick-off contest, wake the eff up. The best picker will learn the deadly art of Machida Karate via his new 5-DVD instructional set from Victory Belt. Please get in your entries by July 10th.
1 Jul 2009 06:35:39 AM
I know what you’re thinking: That’s just too much sexyness for me to handle; I must turn off my computer for a while and walk around the block until my head clears. And Fabio knows you’re thinking that too, and he’s cool with it.
Apparently, the above image was shot during an infomercial-taping for Fabio’s Healthy Planet Protein System, and since we just came into the possession of some very cool prizes, we’re using it as the basis of a caption contest this week.
First up, we’ve got a signed copy of Greg Jackson and Kelly Crigger‘s new book for Victory Belt, The Stand-Up Game, in which Jackson shares his arsenal of striking techniques and methods for developing game-plans; the book even includes a chapter on street-fighting. Also, we have Ranger Up‘s new Team Sityodtong tribute tee to give away. If you haven’t checked out RU’s shirts before, do yourself a favor.
Please submit your captions to the above picture in the comments section below by noon ET on Friday. The best one will get the book, the second best one will get the shirt, and any other runners-up that we deem worthy will get the Hall of Fame. Cool? Well, get goin’.Read More DIGG THIS