UFC’s richest ring girl with OnlyFans page parades gorgeous figure in red bikini

UFC's 'richest' ring girl Arianny Celeste stunned fans in a red bikini as she strutted poolside on her Instagram story.

Celeste showed off her jaw-dropping figure as she panned the camera up and down her body while miming along to a song on Sunday. The stunning ring girl also shared a snap laid at the side of the pool with Brittney Palmer, who also works as a ring girl in the UFC.

Celeste is one of the most recognisable ring girls in the UFC thanks to her numerous Ringcard Girl of the Year awards and modelling exploits. In recent years Celeste has moved over to OnlyFans to provide exclusive content to fans.

Celeste shared the story on her Instagram page, where she has racked up an impressive 3.2million followers – including some famous faces.

The ring girl isn't afraid to flaunt her assets on social media, and her page is full of saucy snaps. One recent picture shows Celeste wearing some lacy green lingerie with the cheeky caption: "Lounging and chatting. U know where to go so don’t get catfished."

Fans loved the snap as it amassed over 22,000 likes, and one fan even commented: "Half woman half goddess."

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Celeste hit the headlines last year when she criticised UFC legend Khabib for calling ring girls "the most useless people in martial arts."

She said: "I've work over 15 years in this industry and learned it's easier just to simply NOT CARE. 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.

"It's taken me 15 years of hard work, dedication, and time to be: A bad ass independently wealthy female. A real estate investor and owner of not just 1 but 3 homes/properties one located in LA -which is expensive AF. And a female who is not afraid to take risks and build for my future.

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

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