Paige VanZant’s latest Reebok Ad
Rio Rancho, NM (May 1, 2017)– Paige VanZants last fight was at UFC on FOX 22 which took place at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif. The main card aired on FOX while the prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass. To read the official results, bonuses, Reebok Sponsorship Payout and video highlights of the event go here.
VanZant recently posted a video on her social media promoting the Reebok’s new “Black and White collection.” After her video was posted VanZant received criticism from female UFC fighters Angela Hill and Lauren Murphy and you can read the tweets below. As you can read they claim that the video was trashy so it’s fair to assume that they are just jealous and that’s not good for them. But not only did the female fighters tweeted about her video also Undefeated Canadian lightweight Jeremy Kennedy. ONE Championship welterweight title holder Ben Askren also tweeted and took his comment to another level.
VanZant didn’t do anything wrong in her video, it’s not unusual for Paige to post similar videos or pictures of her self like any other person would on social media. There are many MMA female fighters that post similar if not more provocative videos and pictures. As we all remember back in 2016, VanZant competed in “Dancing With the Stars” and just this past month she was a guest on a celebrity edition of the Food Network “Chopped.” VanZant is using her fame and spotlight to bring attention to Reebok which essentially helps pay her bills.
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Throughout VanZants career she has been an anti-bullying advocate. She later deleted the clip and only leaving a still photo which are posted below.
What’s your take on this? Did VanZant go to far? Comment below and let us know what you think…
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@AngieOverkill I thought this was fake. I thought this was a fake ad. It’s not.
— Lauren Murphy (@LaurenMurphyMMA) April 30, 2017
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