Gina Carano goes 'Haywire' on Conan O'Brien Show (Video)

Former Strikeforce women's champion and one of Esquire's "sexiest women alive," Gina Carano, is making the media rounds to promote her "Haywire" movie, which hits theaters nationwide today (Jan. 20, 2012).

"Conviction" was a recent guest on the Conan O'Brien show, discussing everything from life as a fighter, becoming a Hollywood action star, drinking 40's with her boyfriend and even (giggity) sex.

Part two after the jump.

Before she became a Hollywood movie star, rubbing elbows with a couple of A-list actors in her upcoming "Haywire" feature film, Carano was "the face of women's MMA," as well as the Strikeforce champion in the ladies' 145-pound division.

Until the day she ran headfirst into a Brazilian roadblock named Cristiane Santos.

"Cyborg" stopped the former American Gladiator via first round technical knockout, in a lopsided affair that was enough to keep Carano out of the fight game since the crushing loss way back in Aug. 2009.

Carano flirted with the idea of coming back to combat sports and even went so far as to book herself in a return fight against Sarah D'Alelio last June; however, she was subsequently forced off the card for undisclosed medical reasons.

Anyone think she'll return to the cage after flirting with Tinseltown? For more on the upcoming Haywire movie, hitting theaters on Jan. 20, 2012, click here and here.

Thanks to MMA maniac HellaHectic for the videos.

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