Nine of Las Vegas’ hottest ladies competed in the Knockout Ring Card Girl competition in the main lobby at MGM Grand last Friday night. Before competing, the contestants walked the red carpet, posing for photographers and taking pictures with excited fans. At 7:30 p.m., the go-go dancers from Tabú, MGM Grand’s boutique nightclub, kicked off the event, performing a choreographed dance routine for guests who had gathered around the ring.
Champion boxer Paul Malignaggi, BMX Rider Ricardo Laguna and Showtime boxing analyst Al Bernstein judged the nine ladies on their individual ring walks along with their answers to questions asked by host Bryan Chan. After the final votes were tallied, Chan announced that Bridget Peters, Michelle McCoy and Dana Klaharn would receive the coveted Ring Card Girl contracts for the next three major fights at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Following the competition, the judges and contestants partied at Tabú, dancing to the hottest music while sipping cocktails delivered by Tabú’s beautiful model servers.
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