Paige VanZant has posed naked on a bed as part of her private content website.
The 26-year-old announced her new website hours after her losing bare-knuckle boxing debut, having received thousands of OnlyFans requests during her UFC career.
Setting up PaigeFanZant.com, followers can pay $19.99 per month to get exclusive access to the fighter’s sexy snaps.
And her latest offering left nothing to the imagination, posing on her bed with nothing covering her.
Sharing it on her Instagram story, VanZant used a “Swipe Up” badge to cover herself and encourage fans to the site.
It comes days after the American shared a snap of her topless, posing in front of a bathroom mirror.
The 26-year-old promised to give “an inside look” into her “training and recovery” during her time in bare knuckle boxing on the website.
But a lot of her posts are inspired by the sexy snaps which have earned her 2.8m followers on Instagram.
Speaking on her YouTube channel before her BKFC debut, VanZant said: “I am done feeling embarrassed about being pretty and sexy and beautiful so I launched the news this week alongside my fight that I have an exclusive content site.
“PaigeFanZant.com – anyways I feel good!”
It comes after VanZant addressed the calls for her to join OnlyFans from her followers, saying after her website launch: “Every time I check my social media, my fans are always asking me for more.
“By launching PaigeFanZant.com with FanTime, it makes it easier for followers to find the exclusive content I’ll be putting out.
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“Be sure to subscribe in the lead up to my next fight. I’ll be giving an inside look at my training and recovery that you won’t find anywhere else!”
VanZant set pulses racing lats year after posting a series of naked photos with husband Austin Vanderford.
While her bikini snap on Instagram also set pulses racing as she showed off her assets.
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