Playboy model and OnlyFans star flaunts red-hot UFC ring girl outfit in upload
Ring girl and OnlyFans star Arianny Celeste wowed the crowd at UFC Austin and has now shared some behind the scenes snaps alongside her colleagues on Instagram.
Arianny has more than three million followers on the social media platform and her latest update – from the show on Saturday (June 18) – brought in tens of thousands of likes in just hours as she tagged glamorous pals Brooklyn Wren and Brittney Palmer.
The former Playboy and Sports Illustrated model is a recognised figure in the MMA community thanks to her 17 years working with the premier promotion – and has been voted Ring Girl of the Year on a record six occasions since making her debut.
As well as Sports Illustrated, Arianny has posed for Maxim and FHM among other magazines.
Arianny also chose to create her own private fans account, which is regularly teased using her social media – as she recently did while wearing a bikini in a rocky location.
In addition, she has a free OnlyFans account which has more than 320,000 likes, alongside her own ariannyexclusive.com platform which she uses to connect with fans.
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According to Wealthy Persons, she has racked up a net worth in excess of £3million thanks to all of her sources of income, making her richer than even some of the top UFC stars.
Arianny hit the headlines back in 2015 after getting involved in a heated argument with UFC star Ronda Rousey over the work done by ring girls.
Rousey was named in Maxim's Hot 100 list, she said: "It would have been really funny if I'd beaten Arianny Celeste… Maybe next year. She's only getting older, and I'm reaching my prime."
After which Arianny said: "I don't really like the way she carries herself, I don't think she's a good role model for women.
"I think that women should empower each other and give each other a little pat on the back."
Another more recent spat came with Khabib Nurmagomedov, who had said: "Look, I don’t want to offend anyone. Ring girls are the most useless people in martial arts."
To which she responded: "For 15 years we have been more than just ring girls – we have dedicated time in promoting UFC and showing love and time to our die-hard fans through touring the world and personal appearances."
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