The World’s Most Striking Female Athletes
Paige VanZant had a difficult childhood, having been mercilessly bullied throughout high school. She came close to dying by suicide but was thankfully saved when she discovered Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). She credits the sport with saving her life, which she explained during a 2018 appearance on “Good Morning America.” She trained hard, and when she was 18, she won an amateur fight and turned pro. When the UFC created a strawweight women’s division in 2013, VanZant joined ten women in the inaugural division.
VanZant fought in the UFC strawweight division until 2020, racking up eight wins and five losses. She then turned her attention to bare-knuckle boxing and began competing in 2021. Unfortunately, she lost two fights, but hasn’t retired her gloves — or lack of gloves just yet. That same year, VanZant became an All Elite Wrestling competitor, proving you can’t put her into a single box. VanZant’s fighting consists of multiple styles, and she’s proven herself in the Octagon, the ring, and everywhere else. Outside of fighting, VanZant competed in the 22nd season of “Dancing with the Stars,” where she reached the finals, coming in second place.
VanZant got into modeling after retiring from the Octagon. Like many attractive athletes, she appeared in the 2019 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Outside of her professional modeling career, VanZant runs an OnlyFans page, which features explicit pictures and videos. While her subscriber number isn’t known, VanZant boasts an Instagram following of more than 3.2 million people.
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