PAIGE VANZANT has revealed her New Year's resolution with a sultry Instagram post.
Like millions of people around the world, the former UFC straw and flyweight is looking forward to the New Year and setting goals for 2023.
But the MMA star turned bare-knuckle boxer doesn't plan to make any serious personality changes next year – promising to continue being herself.
VanZant vowed to remain true to herself with several saucy snaps showcasing her figure.
Along with photos highlighting her backside in a barely-there bikini thong, PVZ wrote: "New Year’s resolution……. be more me."
VanZant's legion of followers were quick to comment, with one saying: "Dammit Paige! It’s my anniversary."
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Another said: "Sweet Jesus."
And another said: "Perfection at its best."
One remarked: "Good for you Paige. Embrace your beauty!!"
And another chimed in: "Oh my lord."
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VanZant is set to make her return to the bare-knuckle ring on February 27 for what will be her third fight in the promotion.
BKFC president Dave Feldman told Curran Bhatia: "She'll fight on February 27 on our KnuckleMania 3 card and that will take place in New Mexico.
"We've got some sensational bouts for that card.
"It will be our biggest event, by far, and the most talked about, I believe.
"We have some really, really big names that are going to be on the top three of that card."
AEW wrestler VanZant has yet to have her hand raised since joining BKFC, suffering defeats to Britain Hart and Rachael Ostovich.
And defeat in her next outing could bring about the end of her time in the promotion.
Feldman told GiveMeSport: "If Paige loses, her bare-knuckle career is definitely at an end.
“I mean, she did an interview and said there was no pressure on this fight.
"So, you know, if she feels there’s no pressure, then maybe, you know, maybe she’s very confident.
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"But, you know, I can’t keep saying after every fight, we’ll see how she does.
“And that’s why if she doesn’t do well in this fight, f she doesn’t come out victorious, or at least look very, very good, then she’s probably at the end of her bare-knuckle career.”
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