28-year-old Paige VanZant first started out in the UFC as an MMA fighter.
However, her contract ended and she is no longer an MMA fighter. Instead, she is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling, as a wrestler, and to Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, as a boxer.
VanZant is also an OnlyFans model, joining the website after previously being against it. And as a way to boost her OnlyFans site, she shares seductive photos to her Instagram — with her latest being no different.
Paige VanZant Poses In Lingerie
Paige VanZant is bringing the heat as she posed in yellow lingerie with her legs spread open and her assets hanging out. Her hands are placed in front of her body as she looks into the camera with her blonde hair curled.
The former UFC fighter simply captioned the post with three star emojis, “🌟🌟🌟,” which gained over 2,700 comments from fans and followers.
“You are so sexy in your outfit ❤️❤️❤️❤️😘😘,” one fan said as another chimed in, “Hotter by the day.”
One user simply wrote “Gorgeous” as another said “Beautiful.”
“Pretty Paige 😍,” another user commented while one of VanZant’s fans wrote, “Lookin sad, but damn I’m smiling!!🔥🔥 hottie ❤️❤️.”
MMA Fighting Saved VanZant’s Life
A few years ago, the now 28-year-old became candid and vulnerable with fans when appearing on “Good Morning America” to discuss her childhood and how she overcame a sexual assault incident she faced.
“I didn’t have anywhere to run to, I didn’t have anybody to turn to, and when it gets bad enough that I had to run into the bathroom and eat my lunch on the toilet in the bathroom because I just felt too scared to eat lunch in the cafeteria,” she told “Good Morning America” in regards to the bullying she faced in high school.
At just 14 years old, VanZant was sexually assaulted at a party, which she says completely changed her, even admitting she wanted to end her life because of the pain she faced. “I didn’t see any other way out,” she continued to tell “Good Morning America.” “When you’re in that position, when you’re feeling that much pain, it’s not that you want to die it’s just that you don’t want to be in pain anymore.”
But then VanZant found MMA fighting. “MMA fighting definitely saved my life. It saved who I was as a person, too,” she said.
VanZant Leaves The UFC
However, in 2021, VanZant’s UFC contract came to an end, and she decided to explore other routes instead of just being an MMA fighter.
“I had my whole career was built off the UFC,” VanZant told MMA Fighting. “I was in the UFC for like six years. It was very nerve-wracking. There weren’t a lot of people who left the UFC in the prime of their career. There were a lot of veterans that had left the UFC that were kind of on that tail end, looking for a few more fights.”
VanZant added, “For me, I was a free agent at 26 years old. I was really young. It was nerve-wracking to know you’re leaving the powerhouse of combat sports. But now I know it was the best decision I’ve ever made. Since I’ve left, I’ve seen multiple fighters leave the UFC — and it’s not a diss at the UFC necessarily, but I think it’s more an awakening in fighters knowing there’s money out there and we’re going to be compensated for what we’re doing.”
The 28-year-old is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling as a wrestler and to Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship as a boxer.