The Las Vegas District Attorney's office has decided not to file charges against UFC octagon girl Arianny Celeste following her arrest for battery domestic violence.
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What'd you think we were talking about?! Of course, we meant this video of a new single coming out soon from UFC Octagon girl Arianny Celeste. The song will be published via Damon Elliott Mu...
LAS VEGAS - Arianny Celeste was arrested early Saturday morning in Las
Vegas on a charge of domestic violence, but UFC president Dana White is
not pulling his support from the UFC octagon ...
UFC ring card girl Arianny Celeste (real name Arianny Lopez) was arrested on Saturday morning on a charge of domestic violence.
Sao Paulo's Jhenny Andrade is the newest beauty to become a UFC Octagon Girl in Brazil.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Twenty-five-year-old Sao Paulo native Jhenny Andrade is the newest addition to the UFC's roster of octagon girls.
Felony assault and burglary charges were dropped against UFC featherweight Jeremy Stephens on Monday.
Following a May arrest in Las Vegas for domestic violence, UFC Octagon girl Arianny Celeste has had all charges dropped by the district attorney's office.
Longtime UFC octagon girl Arianny Celeste will get her day in court on July 2.
That's according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, which recently
reported Celeste's domestic violence case ...
The Ultimate Fighting Championship introduced new Japanese Octagon Girl Azusa Nishigaki at the UFC 144: Edgar vs. Henderson weigh-ins.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship introduced new Japanese Octagon Girl Asuza Nishigaki at the UFC 144: Edgar vs. Henderson weigh-ins.
For the third time ever, a UFC Octagon girl will grace the cover of Playboy. The UFC's own Brittney Palmer posed for an 8-page pictorial shot by Steve Shaw that hits stands this Friday, Feb ...
UFC Octagon Girl Brittney Palmer and Playboy Cyber Girl Jo Garcia go toe-to-toe in this video featuring a sneak peek at the new Mortal Kombat game, which hits stores on April 19. Read M...
For those still wondering, yes, it's true. Former UFC octagon girl Edith Labelle's departure from the organization was not by her own choice.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship will revisit the German capital of Berlin on May 31.