Paige VanZant teasingly pulls down leather skirt to show off her ‘thick’ peachy bʋm
Paige VanZant was happy to show off her ‘thick’ bʋm to excited fans after baring it all in another saucy Instagram post. VanZant, who now boasts an Instagram following of more than 3.2 million followers, is currently signed to the All Elite Wrestling promotion in the latest in a long line of career ventures.
The 28-year-old has also starred in the UFC and taken two bare-knuckle boxing fights. And Van Zant has never been afraid to flaunt her bodily assets along the way. Despite being married to professional MMA fighter Austin Vanderford, the American beauty has continued to post [email protected] content online, recently posing in a top that can only be described as loose.
And her latest offering has again got pulses racing. VanZant, who has also fought on Cage Warriors, is pictured pulling down her orange skirt so that her backside is visible in all its glory. “Whoops, did ya girl get a little thick??” she wrote, in the caption. And to a mixed response, she added: “I mean my husband doesn’t mind….. do you? lol.”
Some fans were more than impressed, with on candidly replying: “Love it!! Could bury my face in it all day!!!” Another wrote “heavenly” while ample users simply reacted with fire emojis. Is Paige VanZant the ₷ɛxiest star in combat sports? Let us know in the comments section below.
But some fans took aim at the fighter, whose last UFC fight – a defeat to Amanda Ribas – came nearly three years ago. @ack_72 said: “I guess whatever it takes to make the $$. It is kinda sad to see a career go like this… UFC, Dancing with the stars to BKFC now, look at my rump to get more peeps to my only fans site.”
Following the Ribas defeat, VanZant signed a four-bout contract to fight in the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, for a fee of around £800,000. But after losing her first two bouts, she was due to return last August to face Charisa Sigala, only for the event to be cancelled. She took a break from her AEW commitments to train for the fight, but faced further frustration when he rescheduled bout was also scuppered. The Oregon-born star has vowed to return to wrestling at some point in 2023 though.