Paige VanZant shares topless snap advertising her adult site days after devastating Bare Knuckle boxing loss

PAIGE VANZANT has shared a heart-racing selfie in a bid to promote her new website – just days after her unsuccessful Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship debut.

The former UFC strawweight announced the launch of the website, which provides fans access to exclusive content – including cheeky selfies – last week.

And she's wasted no time in promoting her latest financial venture, sharing a topless selfie to her Instagram story.

VanZant, however, made sure not to give away too much to her followers by covering up most of her body with a VIP pass GIF.

Emblazoned across the snap was the caption: "New content. For the real fans only."

VanZant, 26, made her BKFC debut last weekend against professional boxer Britain Hart.

The former Dancing with the Stars contestant came up short in her promotional bow, suffering a unanimous decision defeat.

But her payday for the fight is said to have been TEN times more than what she regularly earned during her stint in the UFC.


Speaking after last Friday's weigh-ins, the American Top Team standout said: “I’m here for a reason.

“I was in the UFC for six years getting paid $40,000 (to show) and $40,000 (to win), and now I’m getting ten times that doing what I love.

"So obviously, I’m not going anywhere. I’m very happy fighting here and I’m excited to fight.”

Despite coming up short in her BKFC debut, VanZant – who lost three of her last four UFC bouts – insists she has no intention of quitting the fight game.

She wrote on Instagram: "The greatest test of courage on earth is to bear our defeat without losing heart.

"Last night I told my husband I didn’t want to fight any more but as soon as the words left my lips I knew that wasn’t true.

"I’m a fighter. This is what I live for. Losers quit when they fail, winners fail until they succeed. That fight last night was a good learning experience for me.

"The timing and distance took a little bit to figure out but I felt my last round was my best round and I’m going to build off of that!

"I’m thankful to fight for the best team in the world and we are going to go back and fix our mistakes.

"Thank you to Britain for competing last night and congrats on victory! I’m also confident we will cross paths again."

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