Paige VanZant on ‘worst behaviour’ in jaw-dropping bikini ahead of BKFC fight
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Paige VanZant has uploaded another sizzling snap to social media ahead of her next Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) fight.

The combat star stunned in a pink bikini top and black and white chequered mini-skirt while laying on top of a basketball game in an arcade as she gazed into the camera. She captioned the photo showcasing her exquisite figure: “Right back on my worst behaviour,” which sent tongues wagging in the comments. “Most beautiful woman to ever live”, one fan penned along with a series of heart emojis.

“My girl looking awesome,” wrote another fan while this excited follower added: “BREATHTAKING and STUNNING.” The 28-year-old is gearing up for her BKFC return in London this July.

On Tuesday she got everyone talking again by uploading a video of herself working out as she eyes a return to in-ring combat. “Thanks for the class today@just_lifttraining,” said VanZant, who is known as '12 Gauge', on Instagram to her 3.1million followers. “London, I’m coming for you!!! July 16th!!!!!”

In August 2020, VanZant signed a four-bout contract to fight exclusively in the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship reportedly worth over $1 million. She made her debut for the promotion on February 5, 2021, against Britain Hart in the main event of BKFC: Knucklemania in Tampa, Florida. She lost the fight via unanimous decision.

The American then faced Rachael Ostovich – whom she defeated in mixed martial arts at UFC Fight Night: Cejudo vs. Dillashaw – at BKFC 19 on July 23, 2021. She lost the bout via unanimous decision. Following the loss, VanZant indicated her interest to resume MMA competition, speaking of her openness to join Bellator MMA.

Despite going 0-2 in her first pair of fights at the BKFC promotion, VanZant will be competing in the main event of this summer's showcase. VanZant admitted she was aware of the negative press she received after signing with BKFC, but claimed she has had fun while competing.

“I’m not done yet,” Van Zant told MMA Fighting. “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.”

Van Zant is juggling BKFC commitments with All Elite Wrestling, who she signed for back in March. She seems to enjoy her time in the pro-wrestling world as she posted this message on Instagram: “As you all know, I have joined AEW and it’s amazing. I love the wrestling community so much.”

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