UFC Octagon girls Arianny Celeste, Brittney Palmer and Chandella Powell drop NFL Super Bowl knowledge (Pics)

Arianny Celeste holding Chandella Powell as captured by theChive.

This kind of holding should never be a penalty.

Before Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Octagon girls Brittney Palmer, Arianny Celeste and Chandella Powell hit the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada, this weekend (Feb. 4, 2012) to perform their duties for UFC 143: "Diaz vs. Condit," they hit the beach to give us their own personal take on the NFL penalty book in honor of this weekend's other anticipated sporting event, Super Bowl XLVI.

The New England Patriots will try to exact revenge on the New York Giants on Sunday for ruining their perfect season at Super Bowl XLII a few years ago, as both teams invade Indianapolis, Indiana, for the biggest football game of the year.

Before the big game, here is your chance to brush up on the NFL rule book as Arianny, Brittney and Chandella giving fans a visual explanation of what are considered huge no-no's in the NFL.

Make the jump to see the images from the CHIVE.com:

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Upon further review, the pictures on the beach stand! Personally, I'll take those penalties any day.

To see the rest of the images, click here.


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