DANA White knows how to keep ringside UFC fans entertained with the eye popping octagon girls.
Over the years, UFC has employed scores of attractive women to work as octagon girls, holding up signs for each round during fights.
Here’s our list of the top 10 hottest octagon girls.
The stunning Logan Stanton made her debut at UFC 92 in 2008.
A native of Florida, she would frequently travel to Los Angeles for modeling jobs.
In 2009, Stanton and Natasha Wicks were let go by the UFC after a controversial statements to the media suggesting UFC fighter Josh Koscheck was “faking” his injuries.
The 32-year-old had a successful modeling career after the UFC, striking deals with Guess and Roxy.
Natasha Wicks, 35, a former competitive athlete, had a short stint with the company making her debut in 2009 after signing a one year contract with the UFC.
She was let go after after UFC 100.
Before the UFC, Wicks was a cross-country runner and attended college at Northern Arizona University.
Born in Oklahoma, Candella Powell entered the MMA world back in 2010.
Before that she had worked for The Playboy Club at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.
After UFC released both Stanton and Wicks, the company hired Powell thanks to her modeling background.
Unfortunately, her past came back to haunt her after the UFC discovered that Powell had posed for soft-core pornographic photos.
The UFC terminated her contract shortly after.
Amber Nichole-Miller, 42, was said to be the UFC’s first real octagon girl, making her debut at UFC 40 in 2002.
The 42-year-old started her modeling career at the MGM Mirage Resorts.
During her UFC experience she met her longtime boyfriend, UFC fighter Tito Ortiz, and shortly after left the bright lights of the UFC to continue her career elsewhere.
Nichole-Miller appeared in magazines such as GQ, Maxim and Muscle & Fitness.
In 2017, she joined the case of the E! Networks show, WAGS.
Holly Madison, 40, was the girlfriend of infamous playboy Hugh Hefner and one of the stars of the reality show The Girls Next Door.
Madison appeared as a guest ring girl at UFC 100, but did not become a regular in White’s company.
Madison broke up with Hefner in 2008.
She is now a passionate advocate for animal welfare, posing more than once for PETA’s anti-fur ads.
Carly Baker, 33, from Wimbledon, England, is known for being the first European UFC ring girl.
Baker still regularly appears on TV for the company.
Her successful career has has allowed her to gain a big social media following, boasting more than 200,000 followers on Instagram.
Outside of the octagon, Baker practices yoga, Pilates, Muay Thai and dancing.
She is one of the few ring girls that has a martial arts background and also works as a personal trainer.
Chrissy Blair, 31, born and raised in Florida, is widely regarded as one of the hottest ring girls ever hired by the UFC.
Before arriving at the UFC, she was a Strikeforce ring girl.
She has also modeled for companies such as GUESS, Sports Illustrated and Maxim.
Arianny Celeste, 34, a Las Vegas native with Mexican and Filipino roots, made her UFC debut in 2006.
Once under the bright lights of the UFC she appeared in magazines such as Playboy, Maxim, FHM, Sports Illustrated and Fighter’s Only.
Celeste has won UFC Ring Girl of the Year on six separate occasions.
During the coronavirus pandemic, she started a GoFundMe for protective equipment for hospitals all over the United States.
Brittney Palmer, 33, a San Diego native started her modeling career at just 18-years-old and was featured as a dancer in the show Burlesque X, which was held at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas.
Palmer made her UFC debut in 2011 at UFC 125.
She has won the Ringcard Girl of the Year award on two separate occasions.
Palmer is one of the few UFC girls to have graced the cover of Playboy, appearing in the March 2012 edition.
She has modeled for magazines such as FHM and Maxim.
Edith Labelle, 38, a Montreal native, started her modeling career at the age of 20 and became the first Canadian UFC octagon girl in 2007.
She was the featured ring girl in the video game UFC 2009 Undisputed.
Labelle was with the UFC for almost two years, from November 2007 through UFC 100 in 2009.
She was fired by the company after UFC 100, although the reason for her termination remains unclear.
After her days in the UFC, she appeared in movies such as Heroes of the North and Recon 2023: The Gauda Prime Conspiracy.