PAIGE VANZANT left little to the imagination as she shared a stunning bikini selfie with her fans.
The 26-year-old is recovering from her Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship debut.
She was beaten in her highly anticipated bow at BKFC 16 as Britain Hart stole the show.
VanZant showed off her battle-scarred face after her first defeat in the brutal sport.
But the 26-year-old appears to be on the mend in her most recent social media snap.
She showed off her cleavage as she posed for the camera in a skimpy barely-there bikini.
Alongside it, she wrote: "If you like this……. You should see what’s in the link in my bio ??"
Earlier this year the stunning fighter launched her own subscription-based website
Meanwhile, VanZant hinted she could switch to WWE while she was on the Insight podcast with Chris Van Vliet.
She insisted she would 'really like' to give it a go as she revealed she has already visited the WWE performance Center in Florida.
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When asked whether the switch is likely, she said: "The door is definitely open."
She said: "I get 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.
"I was a dancer and 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.”
Should she make the move, VanZant would be following combat sports fighters Ronda Rousey, and Brock Lesnar who have been successful in both worlds.
Since hitting the combat sports scene in 2013, VanZant has also gained plenty of attention for her sexy posts on Instagram.
BKFC president David Feldman recently told SunSport: "People say she's an 'Instagram model', that kind of thing.
"At the end of the day if you've seen her face in some of her fights she was a bloody mess.
"She's not afraid of bleeding, of getting hit, and this is what this sport is about.
"If you can get hit and throw a punch back you have a good chance of doing well."
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