Video: 140 of the greatest Octagon girls to ever circle the UFC cage featuring Arianny Celeste, Brittney Palmer and more

Sit back, grab some popcorn and enjoy. This is creepy fandom at its finest.

When I saw that some lunatic had actually taken the time to compile 15 minutes of footage featuring 140 of the greatest Octagon girls in Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) history, the first thing I thought was, "Wow, there were 140 Octagon girls?"

I'm still not sure, as I was too busy staring at the random keisters to even think about counting.

Truth be told, I never really thought about the revolving door for card-carrying gals because Arianny Celeste and Brittney Palmer have been at it for so long now and remain at the forefront for most UFC pay-per-view (PPV) events. And when the world's largest mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion goes International, so do the Octagon Girls.

Kang Ye-Bin for Macao, Carly Baker for Great Britain and the "Jaws" twins for Brazil, just to name a few.

That doesn't mean we should overlook the dearly-departed Chandella Powell, who came under fire for her peach-eating past. Or the lovely Natasha Wicks, who was recently put out to pasture prior to resurfacing for Invicta Fighting Championship.

And who could forget the glowing debut of Logan Stanton?

One of my personal favorites was Edith LaBelle, who continues to live on in her puppy-pounding submission videos.

Then there are the classics, like Anne Rivera and Ali Sonoma, whose "Nightmare" relationship made UFC headlines on a regular basis. Rachelle Leah? Definitely makes the top 10 for most fight fans, but how does she -- and the rest of these Octagon Girls -- stack up to the women of yesteryear?

Like the junk in the trunk of the Daisy-Duked damsel at the 0:19 mark?

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