UFC ring girl who posed for Playboy is millionaire with racy OnlyFans account

UFC ring girl Arianny Celeste has caused quite the stir online in recent years.

The ring girl has been working for Dana White's promotion since 2006, and she has won Ringcard Girl of the Year at the World MMA awards six times.

The stunning 36-year-old earned fame as a ring girl for the popular MMA promotion, but she has since capitalised on her fame with a modelling career.

Celeste has even set up an OnlyFans account, where she has racked up 284,000 likes, to provide premium content to her fans.

And all of Celeste's avenues of income have made her a millionaire.

Celeste has even bared it all for Playboy when she appeared nude in the pages of the November 2010 edition.

"Definitely very positive, it opened a lot of doors, and I'm very proud of it; I think it came out beautiful," Celeste told Karyn Bryant later that year.

"It's definitely very nerve-wracking, but once you get on there the crew is so professional and so nice they make you feel very comfortable.

"But it took years to decide to do it."

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But first and foremost she is a ring girl, and it's a role she takes seriously, even calling out Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Khabib said: "Look, I don’t want to offend anyone. Ring girls are the most useless people in martial arts."

And Celeste hit back: "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.

"And while the world is very different right now, I can still feel that energy and love every time we have a show with an audience.

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"You can call us useless, but to people like me who have worked this hard, it slips right off my shoulders.

"My life is too good to be unhappy.

"You don’t have to like me, but you will respect me."

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