PAIGE VANZANT has teased her fans on social media with a cheeky picture of her bum.
The former UFC star, 28, shared the snap on her Instagram and received more than 30,000 likes within one hour.
A post shared by Paige VanZant (@paigevanzant)
Alongside the image, she added the caption: "Whoops, did ya girl get a little thick??
"I mean my husband doesn’t mind….. do you? lol 😂."
Reacting on social media, one person said: "Paige I think you look better than ever. I know my opinion doesn’t matter but just saying 🔥".
While another added: "Not. One. Bit. Looking Fine Girl."
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Earlier this month, VanZant revealed she earns more money posting pictures on Instagram than she did risking her health in the octagon.
She hit out at UFC organisers for the lack of equal pay between men and women having quit Dana White's promotion in 2020.
The American lost the final bout of her contract against Amanda Ribas to finish with an 8-5 UFC record before signing with the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship.
VanZant has also created another money-spinner to boost her bank balance in the form of an OnlyFans account.
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And during a revealing interview on Ariel Helwani's MMA show, she said: "I make way more money sitting at home, posting pictures on Instagram, than I do fighting.
"When I did my contract negotiation the last time, the talk was, 'I can’t pay you more than a female champion.’
"Okay, but why are comparing me to just women? All of us should be getting paid more in general.
"I want a significant pay raise, to be completely honest.
"I’ve just been extremely accomplished outside of the UFC, as well as inside of the UFC.
"Five wins in the UFC, four finishes, I’ve been main event twice, and I think someone with those accolades should be paid more."
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