Paige VanZant says she got boob job because ‘they never came, so I bought them’

Four years ago blonde bombshell Paige VanZant confirmed she had her breasts enhanced after being subject to plenty of rumours she had gone under the knife.

The AEW star offered an explanation behind her decision as TMZ interviewed her at the time. Setting the record straight, the 28-year-old said: "Yep, I did get a boob job. I'm a girl and always wanted my own boobs. They never came so I bought them."

Former UFC fighter Michael Bisping joked about it on his podcast at the time before congratulation her on her choice. “Yeah, she’s had a boob job. Good for her. Well done. Why the hell not,” he said.

Back in March last year VanZant stated that punches to the breasts should not be allowed. She took part in an ‘Ask Me Anything’ on Reddit and when one user asked if “ti**y punches hurt in a fight and are a strategic move”, VanZant offered a simple yet blunt response: “Do not punch people in the boobs!”

Presently VanZant is in the midst of a busy period in her career as she prepares for her next Bare Knuckle Fighting bout next month, which will take place in the UK. The blonde babe is currently 0-2 in BKFC after back-to-back defeats to Britain Hart and Rachael Ostovich in 2021.

But she's not letting that get her down. "I’m not done yet," VanZant told The Fighter vs. The Writer in March. "I know people saw me going into it as a terrible career move and there was all the negativity and the shock of me signing with bare-knuckle boxing.

"Yeah, I did go 0-2. I need to come out there, I need to get some wins under my belt. Those losses, even though losing is terrible, I just had so much fun." The combat stunner will be full of confidence after she made a winning start to her AEW career last month.

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She teamed up with Ethan Page and Scorpio Sky to defeat Conti, Guevara, and Frankie Kazarian at Double or Nothing. Sky compared her to UFC legend and now SmackDown women’s champion Ronda Rousey and thinks she will be a huge star in the wrestling world.

"I knew there was going to be comparisons to Ronda and that sort of thing, and so it was important to me [we shifted away from that],” Sky told Busted Open Radio. “She was just herself out there, which was awesome. She has a big fan base and a lot of people like her."

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