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Pics: Again? Another Reebok wardrobe malfunction happened in Amanda Cooper vs. Angela Magana

Reebok you have failed us again. Yet another infamous Reebok wardrobe malfunction happened on the UFC 218 Fight Pass prelims.

The UFC’s deal with their Reebok overlords is going on two years now and yet female fighters like Amanda Cooper and Angela Magana still have to worry about ill fitting uniforms.

This time the ‘nip slip’ happened on the ground in the first round. With Cooper working from top control and Magana looking to defend, Reebok’s sports bra once again failed. The Reebok wardrobe malfunction occurred while Cooper was advancing position and Magana tried to mount a comeback.

The Fight Pass replay has already been edited to knock off the 15 seconds of action that was stopped and the subsequent restart.

Maybe by 2018, female UFC fighters won’t have to worry about their uniforms as well as their opponents attacking them? SMH Reebok.

WARNING!! Emotional post. I had the best night of my life last night and for so many reasons. The obvious reason being that I won my fight but I have had many wins before and nothing felt as good as it did last night. I want people to know a little bit more on why last night was so special to me….When you’re a top level athlete your life becomes that sport. I am in the gym morning and night, in between sessions I am rushing home to let my dog out, quickly make healthy food and then try to rest until my next training session so I don’t have time for much else. I let a lot of my other priorities get pushed to the side when I am in fight camp, I don’t get to see my friends much, my family as much as I like and most times I get to see my boyfriend it’s for 20 mins at night before I pass out from exhaustion. I don’t know how many times people have asked me to do something but I had to say no because I don’t eat out or stay out late and it starts to feel like i am missing out on things but i know it’s a small price I have to pay to follow my dreams and do the best I can do. I have left the gym crying multiple times, i have yelled at training partners and coaches because i am frustrated, i have had to deal with injuries while training, and so many other things but i still wake up each day and get to the gym and work hard because that’s the career i chose. So with all that said, I am dedication, I am determined and I am hopeful. last night in front of all of my friends and family, after coming off a loss 8 months ago, being in my home state and fighting a veteran I had put a lot of pressure on myself and as confident as I was walking out into that packed arena I was incredibly nervous and anxious. The crowd was Incredible, I have never felt so proud and emotional while walking out to a fight. I could feel the crowds energy and I truly believe that is what made me so dominant during my fight. I owe so much to so many people and I want to say thank you to everyone who came out to support me. I will make a separate post thanking individuals but for now I just wanted to share this. Love you all.

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