Since the UFC started to make its name back in the mid-2000s, UFC ring girls have been a constant feature at MMA events. At the start of each fight and between the rounds, you will see a stunning lady doing laps around the UFC octagon to keep fans and the audience watching at home entertained.
Over the years, many UFC girls have come and gone but did not leave any legacy behind however, the following 10 ladies, have become the fans favourite, left a legacy and still holds on to the group even during the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
10: Jhenny Andrade
Jhenny has truly earned her place among the UFC girls. She became the first non-American to win the best ring card girl award in 2016 and defended the title successfully in 2017 and 2018.
9: Edith Labelle
Edith is the first Canadian girl who spent two years with the company before being fired in the aftermath of UFC 100. Since leaving the UFC she has remained relevant in the industry. She works for London based MMA promotion Cage Warriors as a post-fight interviewer.
8: Carly Baker
Carly is the first European UFC, ring girl. She enjoyed her most successful year to date in 2019, picking up the ring girl of the year award at the World MMA Awards.
7: Chandella Powell
Chandella became the first African American UFC ring girl in 2010. She continued to work as a playboy Bunny Hostess at the Palm Casino, in Las Vegas during her time with the promotion.
6: Chrissy Blair
Chrissy joined the UFC back in 2013. She came to the company already known to a lot of MMA fans.
5: Logan Stanton
Logan was like a breath of fresh air when she arrived on the scene. She remains popular among old school UFC fans more than a decade after her time with the UFC came to an end.
4: Amber Nicole Miller
Amber Nicole Miller made her company debut at UFC 34 back in 2001. She paved way for many girls who came after her. She made her final appearance for the company at UFC 60.
3: Rachelle Leah
Rachelle joined UFC at the age of 19 and made an incredible impact. She made her debut at UFC 48 in 2004 and became popular among her fans.
2: Brittney Palmer
Brittney is a two-time winner of the ring girl of the year at the World MMA Awards and she has become a household name among her fans.
1: Arianny Celeste
Arianny Celeste has become a legend in MMA circles as an octagon girl. Since the World MMA Awards began in 2008, she has won the ring girl of the year award 6 times more than anyone else.