Paige VanZant is set to make her Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship debut this weekend, and has launched a website in order to please her adoring fans.
VanZant has 2.7m Instagram followers and often posts raunchy snaps on the social media platform.
She also posts clips and images of her in fighting action having previously been with the UFC.
VanZant, 26, left the UFC following defeat to Amanda Ribas in July though is staying in combat sports.
And has launched PaigeFanZant.com ahead of her BKFC debut on Friday night.
The site costs subscribers $19.99 for one month with VanZant promising “exclusive content”.
She has hinted on her Instagram story at some more raunchy shots, posting a bathroom selfie with an ‘Exclusive content’ box over her apparent naked chest.
And VanZant has explained why she has decided to launch her own website, saying: “Every time I check my social media, my fans are always asking me for more.
“By launching PaigeFanZant.com with FanTime, it makes it easier for followers to find the exclusive content I’ll be putting out.
Paige VanZant shows off bum in red bikini as she takes break from bare knuckle fighting training
“Be sure to subscribe in the lead up to my next fight. I’ll be giving an inside look at my training and recovery that you won’t find anywhere else!”
VanZant will take on Britain Hart in her first bare knuckle fight, and she’s not afraid to get injured.
“I think the hard thing is the regular fan, not necessarily educated in martial arts or educated in the medical field. They see blood and immediately see it as a terrible injury,” VanZant said.
Paige VanZant now earning millions months after moaning about low wages and walking out on UFC
“Whereas for me, I would much rather be cut open than break my arm or break my knuckle or tear my shoulder or tear my knee.
“Those are all things that take a very long time to heal whereas a laceration, I got cut in my face in one fight — one you can barely tell, and two I heard statistically that scars make you more attractive.
“It’s not a big deal. Those heal and you just continue on. Faces heal really well, your body heals itself really well.”
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