UFC® seeks Latina to be next OCTAGON® GIRL

UFC® SEEKS LATINA TO BE NEXT OCTAGON® GIRL FOR THE FIRST EDITION OF THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER® LATIN AMERICA
Mexico City - The Ultimate Fighting Championship® (UFC®) organization is looking for its next Octagon® Girl and is taking its search to Latin America. From April 11 to May 31, Latina women can submit their application for a chance to be featured in the UFC’s storied reality show The Ultimate Fighter® Latin America.

Following the launch of the UFC® Network, a 24-hour channel offering mixed martial arts-related programming, and the announcement of the first season of The Ultimate Fighter Latin America, the Latin American market has become one of the hottest regions for the UFC®.

Female candidates who wish to apply to be an Octagon Girl must comply with the following requirements:

    Be a current citizen of a country in Latin America (except Brazil)
    Be between the ages of 18 and 30
    Be athletic, fit, attractive, photogenic, articulate and able to speak fluent Spanish
    Have previous modelling experience
    Be able to work in the United States (eligible for a Visa)

All interested candidates must complete the online application at the following address: www.ufcnetwork.com.

The chosen candidate will be featured in the seventh international edition of the UFC’s reality show, The Ultimate Fighter® Latin America, with filming set to take place in Las Vegas during the first week of June. 

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