Paige VanZant almost spills out of top in risky Instagram post as ex-UFC star flaunts her cleavage | The Sun

PAIGE VANZANT risked a major wardrobe malfunction as she posed for risque Instagram snaps with her husband.

The former UFC star is no stranger to showing off her flesh on social media – regularly wowing her followers with sultry snaps.

But she really set their pulses racing with cheeky snaps with hubby and fellow MMA fighter Austin Vanderford.

VanZant donned a frilly white crop top which barely covered her assets as she struck a series of poses with her other half.

And in some of the snaps, she cupped herself to accentuate her busty cleavage.

The American's legion of followers were quick to comment, with one saying: "Okkkkkk ok you two!!"


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Another said: "Yes mami."

And another said: "Twin peaks."

One remarked: Austin is a lucky guy."

Another chimed in with a series of fire emojis: "Damn."

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VanZant left the UFC in the summer of 2020 following a submission loss to Amanda Ribas on Fight Island.

She quickly inked a deal with Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship but has yet to taste victory in her two outings in the promotion.

PVZ has been bested by Britain Hart and former UFC rival Rachael Ostovich, defeats which have made her next outing a must-win affair.

BKFC chief Dave Feldman told GiveMeSport: "If Paige loses, her bare-knuckle career is definitely at an end.

“I mean, she did an interview and said there was no pressure on this fight.

"So, you know, if she feels there’s no pressure, then maybe, you know, maybe she’s very confident.

"But, you know, I can’t keep saying after every fight, we’ll see how she does.

“And that’s why if she doesn’t do well in this fight, If she doesn’t come out victorious, or at least look very, very good, then she’s probably at the end of her bare-knuckle career.”

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