Former UFC star Paige VanZant inadvertently revealed to airport security that she made a sex tape with her husband when trying to prove her identity at the airport.
The new All Elite Wrestling star recently had trouble getting on a flight with husband Austin Vanderford as her ticket was booked under her maiden name.
In an effort to prove her identity to airport employees, the former Dancing With the Stars contestant searched herself on Google.
The first up was SunSport’s story of its revelation that she made an x-rated tape with her husband, Vanderford.
Vanzant laughed at the awkward moment on Twitter, writing: “So my trip to Texas has been booked under Vanzant, which I still go on professionally.
“But my legal family name is @austinv170mma for my husband.
“To establish my identity, I Googled myself. In the first article they saw ‘Paige VanZant and Her Husband Make a Sex Tape’…..FU Reporters.”
VanZant, 27, is currently preparing to switch to professional wrestling after signing a big financial deal with AEW.
But she will also remain active in the promotion of BKFC naked boxing – she has not yet tasted victory.
VanZant is probably best known now for selling subscriptions to its candid website.
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She regularly shares revealing pictures with her followers on social media as well.
During lockdown, she and Vanderford entertained fans with cheeky naked pictures of their home life while managing to cover their modesty in inventive ways.
On her latest venture into pro-wrestling when quizzed what it was that attracted her to it, PVZ told ESPN: “Everything about it.
“You know my athleticism. I come from a fighting background, I come from combat sports.
“I also come from a gymnastic background. I feel like there are so many parts of my skill set that I’m not able to utilize in pro fighting.
“Pro wrestling has been something I’ve wanted to get into for a very long time, but I’ve had prior contracts that didn’t allow that.
“Luckily, I’m still a professional Bare Knuckle boxer with the BKFC.
“They couldn’t have been more supportive, so they’re actually supporting this transition as well. I’ll still be doing Bare Knuckle boxing with the BKFC and doing AEW.
“They allowed me to have an open-ended contract where I could go compete and be a part of AEW pro wrestling.
“So that was a big push, just having their support throughout the entire thing, and I know that they’re going to help build the AEW and vice versa.
“I think it’s going to be a really cool crossover between the two worlds because they are very similar. They are in the combat sports world.”