Former UFC fighter Paige VanZant is at it again.
The 29-year-old is once again sharing steamy content on social media to promote her OnlyFans account — something she was against at one point. “I work hard for my body, she said in a recent interview, referring to her decision to make her exclusive site instead of using OnlyFans. “I work hard for who I am, and there’s a side of me that’s extremely girly and feminine, and I get to share that on my fansite. Now I think it’s becoming a lot more acceptable.”
She continued, “Before, OnlyFans was seen more for just like porn stars. It was a bit more X-rated, just the view from the public. Not saying that’s actually what people have on there, but I wanted to do it my way. I wanted to do it professionally and have my website, and that’s what I’ve done.”
Last year, VanZant had a change of heart regarding her view on OnlyFans and joined the website. Now, she continues to share steamy photos on her social media to promote her OnlyFans.
Paige VanZant Puts Body On Full Display
The former UFC fighter is grabbing the attention of her followers on Instagram as she posed in a bright green bikini, spreading her legs as she sat on the edge of the pool. Her underboob is popping out of her bikini top as she holds up her long blonde hair, putting her abs and assets on display.
She captioned the post with two simple emojis, “📍🌴,” indicating she is on vacation somewhere tropical.
Fans quickly commented on the post, sharing their thoughts, including “You are a queen, always remember. Hope you are having a good day today beautiful” and “Her boobs look bigger.”
A third said, “What a babe!”
Why Paige VanZant Left UFC
In 2021, Paige VanZant’s UFC contract ended, so she decided to explore other routes and leave the UFC.
“I had my whole career built off the UFC,” VanZant told MMA Fighting before adding, “I was in the UFC for about six years. It was very nerve-wracking. There weren’t a lot of people who left the UFC in the prime of their careers. A lot of veterans had left the UFC that was 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 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,” she continued to say.
The 29-year-old is signed to All Elite Wrestling as a wrestler and Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship as a boxer. In regards to fighting, at this time, there is no word on when (or if) VanZant will fight again.