Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 2/18/13

Is this the most oblivious ring card girl in history? Without a doubt. This chick was so clueless that she walked around the ring holding up a card signifying the second round was coming even though the losing fighter was laying sprawled out on the ground after being knocked the f— out. This video began circulating on MMA forum Underground a few days ago and went viral on Friday. With a little bit of digging, we were able to figure out the girl’s identity. Miss clueless is a young woman named Kristina Sprague (ID’d in this photo). Sprague models for lingerie/sex toy company Mainely Naughty, which is a Maine-based company that provided the ring girls for New England Fights two weeks ago. NEF was hosting “Fight Night VI” on Feb. 2 in the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston, Maine, when this epic blunder occurred. According to her profile on Mainely Naughty, Sprague “is an aspiring nurse, attending her 3rd year of school.” Best of luck to the young lass in her scholastic pursuits. May she have better, more attentive days in the ring ahead of her. The post Oblivious ring card girl continues working after fighter is knocked out (Video) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Oscar De La Hoya to Dress Up as Ring Card Girl? Bellator MMA Fighter Bryan Baker Proposes in Ring After Fight (Video) Nicholas Capes, fighter who got knocked about by Ray Edwards’ phantom punch, gets suspended (Video)

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