Paige VanZant got her start as an MMA fighter and has even appeared on ABC’s reality competition show, “Dancing With the Stars” where she came in second place, however, she has since left the UFC and is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling as a wrestler and to Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship as a boxer.
At this time, the 28-year-old does not have a fight scheduled and so she has been focusing more on her social media and OnlyFans account as of late, even joining the sultry website after previously being against it.
“I don’t have to, when I’m done fighting, get a regular job and have to go back to work,” VanZant said on the reasoning behind the decision change a few months ago. “I’m not planning for when I retire to go to college or try to figure out what’s next in my life. I’m able to just fight and save money and plan when I want to retire, I can just retire.”
VanZant continued to share scandalous photos to her social media to boost her exclusive and OnlyFans content, with the most recent post giving her followers a full-on rear view.
Paige VanZant’s Rear View
Paige VanZant put her booty on full display as she squatted in a bright orange thong and bra, with her backside facing the camera. Her “AV” tattoo is noticeable as she leaves very little to the imagination due to her wardrobe choice.
“High risk, high reward,” VanZant captioned the post, to which fans replied with comments such as “Is that an invitation to hit on you?” and “Is that because you are squatting near a cactus love? 😂.”
Another fan of the former UFC fighter wrote, “Your beauty is unmatched by anyone!! Every photo of you is 🔥.”
“You just keep getting better and better 🔥🔥🔥,” a fourth commented.
Others simply called VanZant “beautiful” and “gorgeous” adding fire flame emojis or red heart emojis to express their thoughts.
VanZant Speaks Out After Leaving UFC
Paige VanZant made her professional MMA debut on June 30, 2012, at UWF’s “Tournament of Warriors” and joined the UFC in 2012, but nine years later, in 2021, Paige VanZant’s UFC contract came to an end, and so she decided to explore other routes and leave the UFC.
“I had my whole career was built off the UFC,” VanZant told MMA Fighting at the time. “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.”
She continued, “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,” she expressed, “But now I know it was the best decision I’ve ever made.”
VanZant went on to add, “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.”