Video: UFCs Jon Jones and Travis Browne wear manties to pimp Invicta debut of Karate Hottie


Invicta FC, the first all women's mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion in the history of the sport, will hold its third offering on Oct. 6, 2012.

The card will feature 28 of the most talented women in the sport today looking to make it big and climb the ranks in women's MMA and will feature a main event between Jessica Penne and Naho Sugiyama for the promotion's 105-pound title.

Ahead of their next event, Invicta officials created an "Invicta's Got Talent" contest to see which one of the ladies could come up with the most creative promotional clip for their next upcoming fight.

Michelle Waterson, who will take on Lacey Schuckman, enlisted the help of her Jackson-Winkeljohn Mixed Martial Arts stablemates down in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to help her outclass the competition and put her over the edge.

The video stars "Karate Hottie" as herself, Greg Jackson as her trainer, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) flyweight contender John Dodson doing his best Mario Yamasaki impersonation and UFC Light Heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Heavyweight contender, Travis Browne, doing what one can perceive to be their best Arianny Celeste and Brittney Palmer impressions.

There is plenty of eye candy for you lady Maniacs out there, as for the rest of you, tread carefully my friends.

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