28-year-old Paige VanZant got her start as an MMA fighter, however, her contract has since ended, and she is now signed to All Elite Wrestling as a wrestler and to Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship as a boxer.
At this time, VanZant does not have a fight scheduled so she has been focusing more on her social media and OnlyFans account, even joining the 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.”
Her most recent Instagram post is leaving fans’ jaws on the floor as she posed topless.
Paige VanZant Poses Topless With Booty On Full Display
Paige VanZant just shocked her Instagram followers as she posed topless and with just a black thong on, while sitting on the windshield of a car. Her booty is on full display as her cheeks are pushed up against the top of the windshield as her arms are raised above her head, giving the middle finger.
“Wild hearts can’t be tamed 🐺,” she captioned the post, prompting fans to take to the comments section.
One fan sarcastically wrote “Wild hearts can’t be tamed…but apparently they can be bought through onlyfans” as another chimed in, “Selling your body for money is not freedom my dear lmao.”
One of her followers commented on her back muscles, writing, “I just want to take a second to admire those back muscles 👀💪.”
While others simply commented fire flame emojis and red heart emojis to express their thoughts.
VanZant Says MMA Saved Her
The 28-year-old former UFC fighter recently opened up about her past, including her struggles with an eating disorder and a sexual assault incident she faced before she was found fighting.
“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 said 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.