Former UFC fighter Paige VanZant is getting her fans riled up with her latest Instagram Reel.
The 28-year-old posed in a skimpy bikini for a wet photoshoot, leaving her 3.2 million followers with their jaws on the floor.
Paige VanZant’s Wet Photoshoot
The former UFC fighter recently posed for the camera in a bikini, while in what looks to be a shower. Her body is dripping wet as she flaunts her assets and abs in the skimpy bathing suit.
In some of the photos, she is seen smiling from ear to ear, extremely confident in herself and in her body, ignoring the haters.
VanZant shared the images from her wet photoshoot in a Reel to Instagram, tagging photographer Eric Coleman.
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Fans immediately took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the new photos, writing things such as “You are so beautiful” and “Wow you look fantastic 🔥🔥🔥🔥.”
Another fan chimed in with, “You are extraordinarily put together Ms. Vanzant. God was good to you.”
While one of her followers expressed, “You are one of the most sexiest and most beautiful women in the world!”
Others called VanZant a “goddess” and a “beautiful queen” while others simply commented fire flame emojis and red heart emojis to express their thoughts.
Paige VanZant Opens Up About Mental Health
Paige VanZant first got her start as an MMA fighter in the UFC several years ago — something that she says saved her life.
“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,” VanZant told “Good Morning America” in regards to the bullying she faced in high school.
At just 14 years old, VanZant says she 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.
Although she is no longer with the UFC after her contract came to an end, 28-year-old Paige VanZant is still fighting as she is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling as a wrestler and to Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship as a boxer.
If you or someone you know has a mental health problem, there are ways to get help. Visit MentalHealth.gov for more information. If you or someone you know is a victim of online bullying, visit StopBullying.gov for information on how you can prevent and respond to bullying.