Digital Playground's 'War Machine' Debuts in January

VAN NUYS, Calif.—When former UFC fighter War Machine decided to make the transition from fighting to porn, he set his eyes on Digital Playground, a top-fllight adult entertainment studio known for its hot girls and high quality. Mixed martial arts fighter Jon “War Machine” Koppenhaver's first bout on the bed was with famed Digital Playground contract star Riley Steele.

The movie containing War Machine's first-ever adult scene is titled Riley Loves War Machine and is slated for a January 2010 release. However, Digital Playground promises to release an exclusive sneak peek of the sexy chemistry between Riley Steele and War Machine early next week on .

“I'm still going to be fighting, [but] I'm a free agent now," quoted War Machine as saying earlier this week. "It's my passion. Porn is just another way for me to get paid for doing something I love to do. My mentor told me to find something you're passionate about. That's why I fight—and I love to fuck, so this is going to be good.”

Still new to porn herself, Riley Steele debuted only a year ago to critical acclaim in the biggest adult production in history, Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge. She has since gone on to star in many of Digital Playground's best-selling movies, including Nurses and Teachers, as well as garnering a lead role in the $40 million mainstream feature Piranha 3-D, which streets theatrically in April 2010.

The young star says she was blown away by War Machine's performance. “I was incredibly turned on when I first saw War Machine,” she said. “He's very sexy and has an amazing body. He admitted to being a bit nervous, which actually made me nervous, too. When the camera started, he completely shocked me. He was an animal and a total natural. War Machine is now on the top of my list!”

Digital Playground director Robby D. was equally impressed with War Machine's porn debut. “In his first porn scene ever with Riley Steele, War Machine had a great top game and was able to take Riley's back several times,” he said. “Riley reversed the position and mounted War Machine, but I don't think he minded. Eventually Riley tapped out, and War Machine rewarded her with a load to the face. On a serious note, War Machine's experience in front of the camera through his fighting career made my job a lot easier as the director. He was made for this.”

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