Ilima-Lei Macfarlane can now proudly claim she has punched Miley Cyrus in the face.
Bellator MMA flyweight queen Macfarlane is being afforded a new opportunity to participate in a music video for the new single from the "Charlie's Angels" sequel. The track, titled "Don't Call Me Angel," is performed by a trio of Ariana Grande, Cyrus and Lana Del Rey. Macfarlane briefly appears as the in-ring trainer for Cyrus, holding mitts and even landing a stiff right hand that sends a gout of blood spraying from the mouth of the infamous pop star.
Recently, Macfarlane also appeared in an episode of "Celebrity Family Feud" alongside fellow Bellator champ Ryan Bader. She was joined by former Ultimate Fighting Championship welterweight champ Tyron Woodley, as well as legends Randy Couture and Chuck Liddell. Unfortunately for their team, they were defeated by Team Nikki and Brie Bella, of WWE fame.
Macfarlane (10-0) is coming off of a doctor stoppage win over Veta Arteaga at Bellator 220 in April. After infamously knocking out Katie Castro in 10 seconds at Xplode Fight Series in 2015, "The Iliminator" was signed to Bellator and has remained there ever since. When she made her most recent flyweight title defense against Arteaga, at the time she set or extended several records in Bellator's women's divisions, including the most fights, victories, finishes and many others. She does not currently have her next bout scheduled.