To celebrate Independence Day weekend and to pay homage to America's brave servicemen and women, Professional Fighter League ring card girl Emily Miller proudly showed off some patriotic pride by rocking the red, white and blue on July 5 in Washington, D.C. Miller, who previously entertained our troops with a tour of Afghanistan in collaboration with the USO, tweeted out an image of the patriotic outfit she wore on fight night.
The former Maxim model's top had the "PFL" logo boldly displayed across her top. To finish off the look, Miller wore a bottom piece that had red, white and blue -- with stars and stripes all around. She appeared later in the evening in a photo with PFL's iconic commentary team, led by former UFC champ Randy "The Natural" Couture.
What should fight fans make of all this? First of all, it's great to see that Miller is finally becoming a big star. Fans seemed to absolutely love the America-themed outfits, and how Miller proudly showed off her patriotic pride. The whole thing worked because it was July 4 weekend and in our nation's capital.
As for the show itself, "PFL 3" was a massive success, complete with more than a handful of exciting fights. Middleweight veteran John Howard scored a jaw-dropping submission win, and former UFC star Jake Shields got knocked out. Elsewhere on the card, former UFC welterweight Rick Story picked up his first ever "PFL" win, and Louis Taylor notched a TKO victory. The next "PFL" event is slated for July 19 at Nassau Coliseum in New York.