Everyone’s favorite ring girl Amber Fields is trading in her ring cards for a real pair of boxing gloves.

Fields, a former Bare Knuckle Championship card player, has captivated fans for years with her stunning presence in the world of combat sports.

Now, however, she has a new calling. She wants to get into the ring and stay there.

Fields will face Leah Gotti in a lightweight boxing match at the MF & DAZN X Series 16 event on August 10 in Miami.

Fields has announced a run in the boxing ring and has posted several workout videos on her Instagram page. And, well, just look.

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Amber Fields Forever

Amber Fields is best known for her modeling career. She won the Miss IBMS Orlando pageant and the Miss Winghouse pageant in 2017. She is also known as a cover model and actress.

Oh, did we mention she’s also a cover model for Playboy?

Fields posted another workout video on Tuesday that shows her hitting a punching bag, throwing medicine balls and jumping rope.

“From ring girl to ring manager, it’s been an intense journey, but I’m ready to make it all the way!” she wrote.

“I’ve always loved pushing myself to the limit,” Fields says in the video. “So I decided to take on a new challenge. It wasn’t easy going from modeling to boxing.

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About the event

The MF & DAZN X Series 16 event will take place next month at the James L. Knight Center in Miami.

The main event will feature a Cruiserweight Tournament quarterfinal between Faze Temper and Josh Brueckner. The co-main event will see Walid Sharks take on Ace Musa, with a spot in the MFB Lightweight Tournament semifinals on the line.

In addition to Gotti and Amber Fields, the undercard also features Samuel Ericsson making his X Series debut against OJ Rosé. Amir ‘Cashman’ Anderson is also set to take the stage.

A Tapology poll found that 71% of fight fans expect a win for Fields.

She has over 1 million followers on Instagram.

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