Octagon girl Brittney Palmer breaks her wrist, will still work at UFC 174
UFC fighters aren't the only ones who can work through injuries.
Octagon girl Brittney Palmer broke her wrist last week and still plans on working UFC 174 on Saturday in Vancouver -- without a cast, according to TMZ.
"No one wants to see an Octagon girl sporting a dorky cast," Palmer said.
Palmer was riding her skateboard through the Hollywood Hills and crashed. After determining her wrist was broken, an orthopedic surgeon wanted to put it in a hard cast. Palmer said she wouldn’t do it.
Hopefully she'll still be able to carry those heavy round cards as she walks around the cage Saturday with a fractured bone. UFC president Dana White might have to add a no-extreme-sports stipulation into Palmer's contract like he did for Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone.
In other Octagon girl news, Rachelle Leah made her triumphant return last week at UFC Fight Night in Albuquerque alongside Chrissy Blair. We'd like to see more of her.
No, guys. Not like that. We just mean we hope she stays around awhile longer.