Colorado ring girl Jessica Boisseaux took to Twitter on Jan. 15 to ask her fans and followers to tweet the message to UFC President Dana White that she deserves a spot alongside Arianny Celeste and Brittney Palmer as a ring card girl for the top MMA promotion in the world.
"All my followers please tweet Dana White and lets get his attention to put me in as a ring girl!" Boisseaux wrote on Twitter.
Boisseaux fans can tweet White on Twitter @DanaWhite. There's no guarantee that messaging him will land Boisseaux a spot in the UFC, but White is known to pay close attention to what MMA fans are saying online.
White recently granted Liz Carmouche a spot opposite Ronda Rousey at UFC 157 because her fans "terrorized" him via Twitter. Time will tell if the same logic applies to granting up-and-coming ring girl cards a shot at UFC glory.
If there's anyone who deserves a spot to shine next to Palmer and Celeste, it's Boisseaux.
Boisseaux, a 105-pound beauty who has close to a decade of modeling experience, was named Colorado's 2011 Ring Card Girl of the Year after delighting audiences in top-notch MMA promotions like Ink'd Out Fights and Denver's Paramount Prize Fighting.
Boisseaux is set to appear as a ring girl for the MMA card slated for Denver's Paramount Theater on Jan. 25, and she has another ring girl gig lined up for Feb. 9.
Besides her good looks, Boisseaux has the perfect qualities for the UFC job.
She is well-known in the Colorado area for her charitable efforts. Boisseaux works for multiple programs for kids with special needs, and also serves on the board for the Global Down Syndrome Foundation.
Boisseaux also volunteers for the Mile High Down Syndrome Foundation. In the summer, she is a camp counselor at a special needs camp. As you can see, her heart lies with lending a helping hand to gifted children.
Boisseaux is set to host a fundraiser in Colorado on Feb. 1.
"They host games three times a year along with various get togethers that are only funded by fundraisers," Boisseaux said of her charity work. "I am hosting a fundraiser Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. at Clavin's Bar and Rrill in Parker, Colorado. We have a ton of donations that will hopefully raise money to go towards their fundraiser called the polar plunge. I have raised $140 and hopefully with this auction/ raffle on the Feb. 1, it will bring in more money for charity."
Those who wish to lend to assist Boisseaux with her charity work may get in touch with her on Twitter. Her official Twitter handle is @jpzoomer.
As the UFC continues the fight to polish its image, signing up an up-and-coming star like Boisseaux makes sense for the company.
"Being a part of UFC would be an amazing opportunity in itself but also would allow me to give back even more," she said. "I love the fight scene and I love the fights. Being part of UFC is the highest status you can achieve in the fight community and I aim for the stars!"
"Being known and seen world wide would allow me to continue my fundraising and helping those in need," she added.