Found January 25, 2013 on Fox Sports Kansas City:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Look, LC Davis rolled his eyes, too. The little blond cheerleader walked right into his office on a Sunday and sat down, a ball of grace and steel, her mind made up. She wanted to take the next step. Do you think I could actually fight? Rachel Wray asked. You know, me being a gym owner, I have a lot of people that come up and say they want to be a fighter, Davis says now. When she told me she wanted to do MMA, (I was like), Ill believe it when I see it. But Im proud of her, man. Shes stuck with it, and Im proud of how far shes come along. Wray tossed her gloves into the ring, so to speak, last February. Fast forward 11 months, and the 23-year-old from Arkansas sports a 2-0 record and as soon as word and pictures (especially the pictures) of her days as a Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader hit the web has become something of a minor sensation in MMA circles. When they say, Oh, youre too pretty to fight, that seems kind of dumb, chuckles Wray, whos slated to take ...
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