The American took to the Octagon earlier this month at UFC 251 – but lost by submission to Amanda Ribas.
But the 26-year-old has gained far more success on Instagram, picking up 2.6m followers for her sexy snaps and training videos.
And her latest photo leaves very little to the imagination, sharing a throwback from her Sports Illustrated swimwear shoot in May 2019.
VanZant can be seen leaning on a tree, with the barely-there suit covering her up while staring at the camera.
Paige VanZant has been told to set up an OnlyFans page by fans after her latest snap (Image: INSTAGRAM – PAIGE VANZANT)
The post earned more than 200,000 likes within hours of publishing – but fans suggested the American stunner should set up an account on another social media channel.
“Retire from the UFC and make an OnlyFans,” one supporter said.
The London-based contact service allows celebrities to receive payment directly from their followers via subscriptions.
Another commented: “Where’s the OnlyFans?”
While a third made a direct demand to the UFC fighter, with: “We want only FansZant.”
The American lost her last fight in the Octagon at UFC 251, leading to calls for a retirement (Image: 2020 Jeff Bottari)
And a fourth added: “Make an OnlyFans page.”
With a fifth simply writing: “FansOnlyZant.”
VanZant has been fighting in the Octagon for eight years – but has only fought 13 times and won eight of them.
The American regularly shares sexy snaps on Instagram, leading to calls for an OnlyFans page (Image: INSTAGRAM – PAIGE VANZANT)
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But the American has responded, saying: “This is the exact fight the UFC wanted. They kind of do this to people when they’re on the last fight on their contract.
“They give them, like, the perfect style match-up. I went against somebody, she’s 10-1, I’ve almost had lay-offs, calculating like three years I’ve only been able to fight once cause I keep getting injured.
“Obviously, it was the very toughest opponent they could give me for my one returning fight I had left.
“I didn’t play into what the UFC wanted. Of course, I still had confidence going into it. Amanda was so talented. I’m so excited to see where her career goes.”
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