Former UFC ring girl Edith Labelle is celebrating her dog’s third birthday at the beach, and everyone is wagging their tongues.
The MMA interviewer shared a handful of posts to social media as she wore a bikini, hugging her pup.
Edith Labelle’s Dog Turns 3!
Edith Labelle loves to stay in shape, which she says “is easy”. “It’s easy. Knowing I have to get up in front of millions of UFC fans worldwide in a revealing outfit is motivation enough, but I would train regardless because I like to feel fit and take care of myself.”
Obviously, she is staying in fighting shape following her UFC departure as she took to social media to share that it was her dog’s birthday, which she celebrated in a yellow bikini on the beach.
“My baby turned 3 this past week! Time flies!! #canecorsomom #birthdaypup,” she wrote on social media.
Fans commented on the Reel, noting how beautiful the former UFC ring girl looked. “Edith Beautiful!🤗,” one fan wrote.
Another chimed in with fire flame emojis.
Edith Labelle Has Her ‘Baywatch’ Moment On The Beach
In another post, the MMA interviewer and former UFC girl had her “Baywatch” moment as she jogged in the sand while wearing a yellow bikini.
“Foggy morning on the beach ❤️,” she captioned the video.
Fans took to the comments section, writing things such as “You look amazing” and “A foggy beach is always a welcoming treat…”
A third said, “Wow sensational view 🔥”.
While one user wrote, “Hello gorgeous woman fine sexy thickest àwesome glamorous fantastic body beauty thickes super model awesome beautiful.”
One expressed how cute her dog is, writing, “I would be down on the ground getting smothered by him, just to have cuddles” — something another one of her fans also said. “Absolutely @edithlabelle I’d come over and ruffle his ears 😍,” they wrote.
Edith Labelle Talks UFC Departure
Former UFC octagon girl Edith Labelle says her departure from the organization was not her choice.
“After the UFC Expo and weigh-ins (at UFC 100), I went to dinner,” Labelle told AOL FanHouse after her departure. “Then I attended some of the pre-parties with some of the UFC management, some of the octagon girls, some of the fighters. And then I started to feel ill. I wasn’t feeling good, so I decided to go to bed. I really wanted to be in good shape for the next day, obviously. Then I started to feel worse throughout the night and the next day.”
Rumors had then began circling that Labelle was too hung over from partying the night before — however, she says that was not the case. “That’s not true. I was not hung over. I was really sick,” she said. “That’s why I left the pre-party because I was really sick. … I truly believe it was food poisoning.”
She then contacted UFC officials on the day of UFC 100 to explain her situation, but she claims she was told to stay in her hotel room. Labelle was then released by the organization shortly after UFC 100.