UFC star Paige VanZant plays ‘peek a boo’ with steamy lingerie photo

UFC women‘s flyweight standout Paige VanZant may not be able to compete inside the cage, but that isn’t keeping her out of the spotlight.

’PVZ’, who is currently recovering from yet another arm surgery, recently took to Instagram where she teased fight fans with the following risky photo.

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Peek a boo.

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Paige VanZant was most recently seen in action this past January, where she submitted Rachael Ostovich with a brutal armbar. That victory snapped a two fight losing skid for VanZant.

‘Twelve Gauge’ previously made headlines this year after posing for Sports Illustrated’s famous bikini issue.

When fight fans will get to see ‘PVZ’ return to the octagon remains to be seen.

Who would you like to see Paige VanZant fight in her next UFC appearance? Sound off in the comments section PENN Nation!

This article first appeared on bjpenn.com July 18, 2019

 

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theanticool:

thesportssoundoff:

“Bellator is hoping to book AJ McKee’s father Antonio on the same Sept. 28 card his son is fighting on at The Forum in LA, as first reported by the Long Beach Press-Telegram. Antonio McKee is 49 years old and has not fought in five years. He still needs medical clearance from the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) before he can be officially booked at Bellator 228. If it goes down, it is believed that it’ll be the first time a father and son have fought on the same MMA card in the United States.”

Marc Raimondi

This is what we deserve.

Jorge Masvidal ready to send in Yoel Romero to ensure Dana White makes the ‘right decision’

Jorge Masvidal is looking to secure a title shot and is willing to send in his good friend Yoel Romero in order to sway negotiations.

The surging UFC welterweight contender, Masvidal, is coming of back to back knockout victories over opponents Darren Till and Ben Askren.

After setting the promotional record for fastest knockout in history at UFC 239, Jorge Masvidal believes he is next in line for a title shot against current division champ Kamaru Usman.

With that said, UFC President Dana White doesn’t seem to be on board with ‘Gamebred’ getting the next crack at ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’.

Now, Jorge Masvidal has threatened to send in his good friend and training partner Yoel Romero in order to sway negotiations back in his favor.

“Dana White better give me my shot or I’m sending Yoel Romero to help him make the right decision #supernecessary”

Following his sensational 5-second flying knee knockout of Ben Askren, Jorge Masvidal said there were only two opponents who he would accept for his next fight.

The two names Masvidal dropped were the aforementioned Kamaru Usman, and former UFC ‘champ champ’ Conor McGregor.

Usman has said that fans need to “slow down” on the Jorge Masvidal title talk. Whether or not ‘Gamebred’, and possibly Romero, can away Dana White to choose otherwise remains to be seen.

Do you think Jorge Masvidal deserves a title shot against Kamaru Usman following his knockout wins over Ben Askren and Darren Till? Sound off in the comments section PENN Nation!

This article first appeared on bjpenn.com July 18, 2019

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Regular

thesportssoundoff:

“Bellator is hoping to book AJ McKee’s father Antonio on the same Sept. 28 card his son is fighting on at The Forum in LA, as first reported by the Long Beach Press-Telegram. Antonio McKee is 49 years old and has not fought in five years. He still needs medical clearance from the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) before he can be officially booked at Bellator 228. If it goes down, it is believed that it’ll be the first time a father and son have fought on the same MMA card in the United States.”

Marc Raimondi

Bellator is hoping to book AJ McKee’s fa…

Bellator is hoping to book AJ McKee’s father Antonio on the same Sept. 28 card his son is fighting on at The Forum in LA, as first reported by the Long Beach Press-Telegram. Antonio McKee is 49 years old and has not fought in five years. He still needs medical clearance from the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) before he can be officially booked at Bellator 228. If it goes down, it is believed that it’ll be the first time a father and son have fought on the same MMA card in the United States.

Bloody Elbow 2019 Half-Year Awards – Results

UFC 238: Cejudo v Moraes

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Let’s take a look at some of the best of 2019 in MMA so far, as voted by you.

Like we do every year, Bloody Elbow put the best of the first half of 2019 up for a vote. Five categories were available to chime in on, and our readers did exactly that – to the tune of 8000+ votes. I’d like to thank you for your responses, and here’s how it all broke down.

You can click on each individual category for the full breakdown, but I’ll just show the top three vote-getters here.

The number beside each nominee is the number of votes received, and the % is the % of total votes.

Best Submission

1. Brent Primus gogoplatas Tim Wilde – 303 (37%)

2. Charles Oliveira Anacondas David Teymur – 211 (26%)

3. Jack Hermansson guillotines David Branch – 202 (25%)

Best Knockout

1. Jorge Masvidal on Ben Askren – 1784 (57%)

2. Valentina Shevchenko on Jessica Eye – 821 (26%)

3. Jessica Andrade on Rose Namajunas – 150 (5%)

Best Fighter

1. Henry Cejudo – 721 (54%)

2. Jorge Masvidal – 401 (30%)

3. Israel Adesanya – 110 (8%)

Best Fight

1. Israel Adesanya vs. Kelvin Gastelum – 855 (60%)

2. Max Holloway vs. Dustin Poirier – 311 (22%)

3. Tony Ferguson vs. Donald Cerrone – 107 (8%)

Best Event

1. UFC 236 – 565 (34%)

2. UFC Fortaleza – 563 (34%)

3. UFC 239 – 416 (25%)