Vote for UFC Octagon Girl Brittney Palmer in FHM '100 Sexiest Women In The World' list for 2014


Because bending over on a pummel horse with an american flag is sexy. And patriotic!

'Murica ... F--k yeah!

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Octagon Girl Brittney Palmer is hunched over and asking for your vote in the FHM list of "100 Sexiest Women In The World" for 2014 (vote here). Mixed martial arts (MMA) fans may remember the buxom beauty landed at No. 51 in last year's poll (pic).

I demand a recount!

Here's why FHM is going batty for Brittney (see the full description here):

As one of the UFC's most-celebrated "Octagon Girls", Brittney has been helping to counterbalance all those beasts with her beauty for more than half a decade. She's far more than a pretty face, a brain-melting body and a giant card with the number of the next round written on it: she's also an accomplished artist (having taken a leave of absence from the UFC to attend art school), a trained jiu-jitsu ass-kicker, and the head of her own clothing line, called Stone Free.

See some of her artwork here.

Palmer is no stranger to popular men's magazines. In addition to FHM, the part-time fitness guru has appeared in Maxim and Playboy, among others. Get a look at some of her handiwork here and to see her "Slow & Hot" video series click here.

And don't forget to vote!

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