Taking centre stage in Las Vegas this weekend will be heavyweights Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder as they slug it out for world titles in their trilogy fight.
Fury is bidding for another victory over his American rival after winning the WBC heavyweight title in their last bout following a controversial draw in the first fight of their trilogy.
Their showdown won’t be the only stunning sight to see in the ring on Saturday night, though, as any glamour fight in Las Vegas is sure to come with some gorgeous ring girls in place.
And the pair who will be in place for this showdown are no different.
Tuamoheloa is a regular at ESPN’s boxing shows, though this is one of the bigger events at which she has played a part.
A Nevada native of both Samoan and African-American descent, she rose to prominence as one of the star ring girls for Top Rank Boxing and went on to be crowned Miss Nevada USA in 2019.
After winning that title, she revealed she had been an aspiring athlete in college but had been forced to give up on that dream due to injury.
She has continued in the pageantry world alongside her work in the Vegas entertainment industry, and was part of the judging team for this year’s Miss Silver State USA competition – a preliminary event for Miss Nevada USA – which selected a transgender winner for the first time.
Tuamoheloa also has a large social media presence, with almost 30,000 followers on Instagram where she shares snaps of herself at events alongside some more personal photos.
She’s not shy about showing off her body, and has proven in the past she has few reservations about spilling some more intimate details of her private life in public.
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In an interview with Maxim three years ago, she said of her sex life: “I love performing, so why not have a private, burlesque type of performance for my man? I’d think that’s something I think we’d both enjoy.”
Tuamoheloa added: “[A man catches my attention] with swag. I enjoy looking at a man who knows how to pair an outfit together and takes risks with his style. I love a man with a confident demeanour.”
Stephanie Ann Cook
The other main ring girl in place, Cook is also a Top Rank Boxing employee after catching the eye early in her modelling career in 2007.
She is very experienced in the combat sports world, having started out in the industry as a ring girl for MMA events two years later.
Born in Illinois, she now lives in Las Vegas and has now been working on high-profile fighting events for more than a decade.
Outside of work, she has worked alongside non-profit organisation It Ain’t Chemo, which provides cancer patients with support, advice and supplies, as well as many hours spent volunteering to spend time with younger cancer patients.
While her big break in the fighting world came in MMA, she has admitted in the past that boxing and wrestling were the sports she first got into as a youngster.
In 2012, she said: “I love the legend, Muhammad Ali. He was so inspirational and still brings motivation to my life, that he is a favourite. So my favourite fight is Ali vs Foreman.
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Cooks has proven at past events she makes a good team with Tuamoheloa – the pair having worked together for several high-profile bouts in the past.
Both will add another huge event to their CVs this weekend at the Fury vs Wilder trilogy fight, where they will be in the ring moments before the bout begins and part of the team of ring girls who show the crowd what round the bout is on.