By Fightlinker on May 9, 2012
^ Party foul.
^^Ha!! Not kewl…..
So I guess Chandella really is fired from the UFC, since she hasn’t worked an event since the pr0n scandal back in February, and they deleted her from the Octagon Girl page.
But at least she just got married to some goofy-looking older white guy.
Enjoy the photoshops of that pic HERE.
So she’s gone from the UFC but at least she’s been claimed.
^not claimed… saddled/broken
still not right… she was clearly bought for too much
His tux is sloppy as hell, he goes for bargains.
Except for the one in the middle!
I want the black one!
photoshops are lawls
Ron Jeremy wins.
I wish I could get the stats on how many guys complained about how repulsive Chandella is, but still clicked on links to see her nude pics.
its the same number and crowd that looks at car wrecks
You guys are so full of shit about Chandella. She ain’t that bad & I guarantee she’s waaaaay hotter than any chick any of you have even had a lunch date with!!
thats about as gay a thing to say as you dont know anything about MMA because you dont train.
she is fucking ugly, but i still checked out those nudes. you’re god damn right i checked them out.
I don’t cereally think she’s horse-ugly, but those “nudes” were turrible.
Clint–>what I’m saying is that you lil bitches need to stop “recoiling in horror” every time Chandella comes up on the site. She’s got an average face & a banging body. Get the fuck over it. These are ring card girls we’re talking about. They have less than nothing to do w/the actual sport of fighting. They’re there for the beer-swilling morons (like you) who will give the UFC page hits to go check out the preview of their calendar.
It looks like Dana’s trying to purge the old guard of guys who can’t rellay cut it with 2011 s MMA athletes. Hughes may be next on his hit list. They are definitely building up Diego. There aren’t very many guys in that division that can realistically face GSP. Diaz was a gift from the heavens as it was, a matchup they got because they were lucky that Strikeforce’s backers wanted out.