Paige VanZant has explained her reasons for starting a private content site after overcoming her embarrassment for being ‘beautiful and sexy’.
The 26-year-old mixed martial artist, author and model announced the arrival of both a subscribers site and clothing website earlier this month, before her Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship debut.
Despite her narrow defeat to Britain Hart, which left her with some nasty facial injures, VanZant is feeling postive about her career amid links to WWE.
In a daily diary posted on her YouTube channel this week, the former UFC Flyweight opened up about her ventures while discussing the reasoning.
She said: “Obviously we have a lot going on! I have launched my clothing website, which is officialpvs.com, which is my store. Then I actually have more news.
“I did launch an exclusive content site, I did it!
“I was nervous to post around my fight week, I don’t know why.
“But I’m like done being embarrassed about being sexy and beautiful.”
Before adding: “I am done feeling embarrassed about being pretty and sexy and beautiful so I launched the news this week alongside my fight that I have an exclusive content site.
“PaigeFanZant.com – anyways I feel good!”
While appearing on the Insight podcast, she then discussed the chances of her joining WWE.
She said: “I 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.
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"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.
"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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