PAIGE VanZant showed her very supple curves performing a series of yoga poses in a tiny thong bikini in pictures posted to her Instagram over the weekend.

The images reveal the 27-year-old fighter in skimpy beachwear dropping for a down dog and performing a cobra, stretching out her back.

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The caption read: "Sometimes I do yoga."

Her latest Instagram offering follows a similarly suggestive video in which the Bare Knuckle brawler performed the splits next to a pool.

VanZant often shares pictures and videos to her social media to push fans to her exclusive content site launched last year where devotees can pay for even racier snaps – and even picture of the star's feet. 

After leaving UFC, VanZant has successfully parlayed her fame into a modelling career, and recently joined Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, losing her first match.

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She famously said that she makes more money sitting at home posting to Instagram than she ever did in the ring.

The 5-foot-7 star recently shared a stunning clip photoshoot for a forthcoming Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue edition.

The clip was shared with "Pro fighter on set" text on the video and the song Bad Bitch by Bebe Rexha & Ty Dolla $ign. 

The fighter first appeared in the magazine in 2019, and has said: "Being in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue is the pinnacle of my modeling career thus far."

In 2018 VanZant married fellow MMA fighter Austin Vanderford.

Since hitting the combat sports scene in 2013, the blonde has gained plenty of attention for her sexy posts across social media – and often includes Vanderford in her TikTok videos. 

In the UFC, VanZant held an 8-5 record before moving to the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship last year, losing her debut against Britain Hart.

Following the defeat, the fighter reflected on the match as "a really big learning process."

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"As the rounds went, I feel I was kind of finding my rhythm and finding my groove and kind of understanding what was working, what wasn’t," she said.

"Stepping into an entirely different sport really and not being able to fully train this sport unless you fight. You can’t really box bare-knuckle in the gym. It was an adjustment period."

Despite the defeat, Bare Knuckle FC president David Feldman had only positive words for VanZant's performance.

"She wanted to prove to herself that she could do this," he said. "I take my hat off to her and I expect her to come back. She didn’t take a beating. She got edged in a close fight.”

See also:

  • Ex-UFC star VanZant confirms she's had talks with WWE
  • How Paige VanZant went from bullied schoolgirl to millionaire
  • Paige VanZant's possible WWE matchups
  • Meet Paige VanZant's husband Austin Vanderford

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