Kelly Kelly Swimsuit Looks Barely Even On In Photo

Kelly Kelly has posted a swimsuit photo where the color blends in with her skin, making it appear that it’s barely on.



Kelly Kelly is now out of wrestling, but a big name is now entering the industry. Paige VanZant is a former UFC strawweight and one of the most popular female fighters in the world of MMA. Paige VanZant also leaked a rumor concerning Nick Jonas last year.

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Paige VanZant had been appearing on AEW television for quite a while, especially during The Inner Circle’s feud with American Top Team last year. In this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, it was revealed that Paige VanZant signed a contract with AEW after a lot of speculation on her next career move. She most recently lost back-to-back fights in bare-knuckle boxing at BKFC against Rachael Ostovich and Britain Hart.

Paige VanZant did not have a great time in the UFC either as she suffered losses in three of her last four fights. Her last fight in the Octagon came against Amanda Ribas at UFC 251 when she lost via first-round armbar.

Paige VanZant spoke during a recent interview with ESPN, where she revealed that she does not rule out making a return to the MMA world despite having signed a contract with AEW this past week.

“I do want to do MMA still and I do see my future in MMA,” VanZant said. “I’m 27 years old. I’ve just been fortunate enough that my career got kick-started at a very young age. I’m not closing any doors.”

VanZant made her MMA debut back in 2012 at UWF 4, earning a split-decision win over Jordan Gaza. She then signed with the UFC in 2014 and earn three-straight wins for the promotion, including finishes over Alex Chambers and Kailin Curran.

VanZant’s professional wrestling transition comes when she stated in an interview last year that she was ‘better off’ parting ways with the UFC. Credit to SportsKeeda for the below.

“My whole career was built off the UFC. I was in the UFC for like six years and it was very nerve-wracking. There weren’t a lot of people who left the UFC in the prime of their careers. There were a lot of veterans when I had left the UFC, that were kind of on that tail-end, looking for a few more fights. For me, I was a free agent at 26 years old. I was young and it was nerve-wracking. You know, you are leaving like the powerhouse of combat sports but now I know that it was the best decision I’ve ever made. And since I have left, I’ve seen multiple fighters leaving the UFC. And it’s not like a diss at the UFC necessarily but I think it’s more an awakening in fighters, knowing that there’s money out there and we deserve to be compensated for what we’re doing.”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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