PAIGE VANZANT stripped down to a bikini as she gave fans a behind-the-scenes look of some steamy exclusive content.
Paige, 28, made her name as a mixed martial artist in the UFC.
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But she now entertains supporters with X-rated pictures on the internet.
Paige regularly delights her 3.2million Instagram followers with sultry snaps.
And for those with something extra in their pocket, Paige also has an OnlyFans page.
Such is her popularity, she even raked in thousands for selling a card which she had kissed.
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And Paige has now sent fans wild by revealing a preview of an upcoming saucy shoot.
The beauty posed in a variety of bikinis and barely-there lingerie.
Meanwhile, she also gave a glimpse into the work of those behind-the-scenes at her shoots.
Paige said: “This crew is AMAZING! Can’t wait to share all of the amazing content 🙂 Of course most of it will be on my fan page.”
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Indeed, Paige recently revealed she earns more from her social media shoots than she ever did fighting in UFC.
She said: "I make way more money sitting at home, posting pictures on Instagram, than I do fighting.
"When I did my contract negotiation the last time, the talk was, 'I can’t pay you more than a female champion.’
"Okay, but why are comparing me to just women? All of us should be getting paid more in general.
"I want a significant pay raise, to be completely honest.
"I’ve just been extremely accomplished outside of the UFC, as well as inside of the UFC.
"Five wins in the UFC, four finishes, I’ve been main event twice, and I think someone with those accolades should be paid more."
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