Paige VanZant risks Instagram ban as former UFC star goes completely topless to show off stunning new tattoos | The Sun

FORMER UFC star Paige VanZant has taken social media by storm once more.

This time, VanZant went completely topless for her 3.2million followers on Instagram.

The former MMA fighter posed with her back turned on the camera and showcased her new tattoos.

The 29-year-old shared the pic on her most recent story that left her fans in awe.

The American shot to stardom while competing in the UFC strawweight division.

The fighter then shocked the combat sports world in 2020 by penning a multi-fight, multi-million-pound contract with the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship.

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VanZant lost both of her two fights – firstly against Britain Hart in 2021 and then against Rachael Ostovich – by unanimous decision.

Throughout her MMA career, the versatile fighter won eight and lost five of her 13 bouts.

VanZant recently crossed over to professional wrestling as she joined AEW in 2021.

She has yet to compete in AEW this year and has only had one match at Tony Khan's promotion ever since her arrival.

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That saw her team up with Ethan Page and Scorpio Sky to defeat Tay Melo, Sammy Guevara and Frankie Kazarian.

VanZant has also revealed that she makes more money on Instagram than she did fighting inside the octagon.

Capitalising on her popularity, she also came second on the American version of Strictly Come Dancing and was first in a reality cooking show.

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