Giving the Octagon Girls the Once-Over

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Giving the Octagon Girls the Once-Over

In celebration of all the awe-inspiring knockouts from UFC's latest and greatest pay-per-view festivities this past weekend, we're introducing our loyal Bleacher Report readers with an inside look at the Octagon Girls.

These knockouts ring true, destined for bigger and better things besides long legs, bountiful breasts, silver blonde-hair streaks, and soft slender bodies. In reality, only one of them sports the dumb-blonde derogatory stereotype and she's been known to date Diego "nightmare" Sanchez. Trust us when we say, these women are far for the butt of male chauvinist pig jokes.

Despite being both attractive and popular amongst the UFC's prime demographic—males ages18-45, these fine business women find themselves living more than just the life of your typical swimsuit model.

Arianny Celeste, Edith Labelle, Rachelle Leah, Logan Stanton, and Ali Sonoma all serve as role models for thousands of aspiring young girls across the country and around the world.

The men in us know these women are way out of my league, but we respect them for their business savvy and glittering personality. They're shattering an glass ceiling Michelle Obama bestows, becoming much more than a mere object of burning desire. Proving to men like us—the unattainable will never be attainable...

Happy birthday Barbie.

We long worry when approaching women, wallow when a woman speaks to us, and wonder whether women perceive us unattractive and easily manipulative. We may not personally know either one of these women, but we do know women want more out of live than a one's own wont. But Barbie pays us more attention now then ever before, so we still ask ourselves the question: Why?

*The following slides depict a personal ad for dating an Octagon Girl, or women in general.*

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