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Paige VanZant shares topless pic for ‘real fans’ days after losing BKFC debut

Paige VanZant shared a topless selfie for her 'real fans' days after losing her Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship debut.

VanZant lost to Britain Hart via unanimous decision when she made her BKFC bow over the weekend.

The former UFC fighter said she was left battered and bruised by the bout, and posted a picture of herself with a black eye and bust nose.

But she has quickly bounced back by sharing cheeky selfies with her 2.7million Instagram followers advertising her new private content website.

She was careful not to give too much away, however, covering up most of her body with a VIP pass GIF.

The post was captioned: "New content. For the real fans only."

VanZant last week launched her new website following a barrage of requests from fans asking her to set up an OnlyFans page.

The 26-year-old was flooded with requests after stunning her followers with naked snaps during lockdown last year.

Fans of the fighter can pay $19.99 for a month’s access to content, which by the weekend had already received 7,800 likes for just 23 posts.

Meanwhile, VanZant has revealed she could turn to WWE next – although she insists she is not yet finished with bareknuckle boxing.

“I get asked about WWE a lot and I do feel like it’s something I would be very good at because I kind of have the best of both worlds,” she told the Insight podcast.

"I was a dancer where I was used to the entertainment and the showmanship side of it and the combat sports side obviously goes into the WWE.

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  • "You know, I don’t think that it’s something that I could do both [Bare Knuckle FC and pro wrestling] at the same time.

    "I feel like I would want to do that 100 percent, so maybe it’s something that after I’m done fighting in a cage and in a ring that maybe I’ll go over to there but the door is definitely open."

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