Just in time for the holidays, Babes of MMA has once again come through with the gift that keeps on giving, that of T-n’-A. Chelsie Aryn is a 22-year-old model and ring girl for Cage Wars, an amatuer MMA promotion out of…Albany, NY?! By gawd, that’s less than an hour’s drive from my hometown!
Check out 17 of our favorite photos of Ms. Aryn in the gallery after the jump, and make sure to follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or all three!
Kayla Lou is a 23 year-old British beauty who has been carrying the cards at muay Thai, K1 kickboxing, and boxing events over at Total Full Contact for a few years now (one can only imagine how many times the name of that promotion has been used as a pun to hit on her). A model since 2009, Kayla has scored promotional gigs for WWE America, Sunday Sports and Monster Energy, and is also a Playboy Miss Social contestant. When she’s not strutting her stuff in the octagon, this mother of one has actually been setting up a promotion called G-Man Promotions, which will hold its first MMA and K1 Kickboxing mixed event in March.
Check out our favorite photos of Ms. Lou in the gallery after the jump, and make sure to follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Just when you think that tattoos in MMA are a lost cause, along comes a ring girl like Katia Kubacki. A 23 year-old model and ring girl for such promotions as Cage Conquest, JNI Promotions, and Taipan Muay Thai Gym Fight Night, Katia has actually taken up MMA training in various gyms around her native Sydney and plans on making her amateur debut next year.
She also a lot of really, really great tattoos, if you’re into that sort of thing. You can check out the evolution of Katia’s ink, along with a bunch of our favorite photos of her in the gallery after the jump. If you like what you see, make sure to give Katia a follow on Instagram or Facebook.
Meet Allira Cohrs, a NitroMMA ring girl, model/presenter, and self-described “hippie at heart” (translation: Nick Diaz fan) who was recently voted the 53rd sexiest girl in the entire freaking world by FHM readers. According to her website, this Australian smokeshow is also a qualified personal fitness trainer who spends her free time on the mats over at Gracie Elite and watching UFC events with her family. Her likes include red wine and Boxing (presumably not at the same time), and her dislikes include Spiders & Blue Cheese, which sounds like an absolutely terrifying culinary experience.
Check out 15 of our favorite photos of Allira in the gallery after the jump, and make sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram.
According to her recent profile on Babes of MMA, Holly Pfeiffer is an Australian ring girl (hailing from Melbourne) who has carried cards for the likes of AFC, Brute Force, and Big Time Boxing on Fox Sports among others, as well as graced the covers of Fightmag.net and International Kickboxer Magazine. Not only that, but in addition to looking just terrific in an extremely high-cut tank-top (see above), Holly has been training Muay Thai for over four years and is expecting to make her amateur debut later this year. Beauty, brawn, and she’s a brunette?
Check out some of our favorite photos of the 2012 Australian Swimsuit Model and International Lingerie Model of the Year in the gallery after the jump, and make sure to follow Ms. Pfeiffer on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Major props to Babes of MMA are in store for enlightening us about ring girl Alisha Dander, a Vancouver, BC native who has strutted her stuff for Maximum Fighting Championship and Aggression Fighting Championship among others. The “#1 Ring Card Girl” over at Never Tap, Alisha is not just your run-of-the-mill pretty face with nothing going on upstairs, but in fact makes her living as a full-time Psychiatric Nurse when she isn’t carrying cards or modeling professionally, which she has been doing since she was 14.
Check out some of our favorite photos of Alisha in the gallery after the jump, and make sure to follow Ms. Dander on Twitter and Facebook.
Alright, we take back all those jokes we made about people who think the world will end in 2012. The apocalypse is clearly upon us, as it has just come to our attention that Arianny Celeste apparently fancies herself some kind of singer now. Just let that news sink in for a moment before reading on … We knew she dabbled, but surely these new apparently professional aspirations can only mean the end of western civilization as we know it, right? I mean there are bad ideas, and then there is the fucking Titanic. There is the Hindenburg. There is leading your army into Russia in the dead of winter. Allowing this attractive, halfway famous girl who has no doubt always considered herself pretty good at karaoke to think she can try her hand at making actual “music” ranks right up there with the worst of them.
Nonetheless, there’s our beloved AC starring in the above video, introducing a “sneak peek” of her “debut single” titled “Fight to Love Me” (Get it? Because she’s a UFC Octagon girl …) which she promises will be out soon with the help of something called the DE Music Group. At first, we thought it must be a joke. The lyrics here are (naturally) cartoonishly bad, the “beat” sounds like somebody made it on a hacked version of some Russian production software from the 80s and if you don’t squint a little bit and lean away from the computer every time she tries to hit a high note, well, you don’t have your speakers turned up loud enough.
Alexia Lei is a prolific import model and former Strikeforce ring girl who now acts as the spokesmodel for KNOXX Performance Gear. She’s the result of Portuguese, Hawaiian, Chinese, Chamorro, Mexican and Colombian intermingling, and designs a clothing line for go-go dancers called Ambition. Be her friend at myspace.com/alexialei, and check out more of her pics after the jump…
“I fought it; it’s a label. If you are going to label me, label me as Gina Carano. Right now, I am just going to keep doing my thing, and if you want to call me this or that it’s fine. I know I am recognized, and I feel confident about the things I have done in the sport so far. I could stop today and show my kids someday, ‘Look at what I did.’ I’m not going to buy into the pressure…you’re like something one second and nothing the next second. I can’t put my value or weight in any of it.” — Gina Carano on being called "the face of women’s MMA." Check out the rest of YRB Magazine‘s new profile on Gina here.