Rachael Ostovich: Ex-UFC star mesmerizes her followers with stunning photoshoot snaps- ‘Just make only fans’
Rachael Ostovich picture: UFC News: In combat sports, the 30-year-old has been making heads turn. Rachael Ostovich competes in the flyweight division,…
Rachael Ostovich picture: UFC News: In combat sports, the 30-year-old has been making heads turn. Rachael Ostovich competes in the flyweight division, accumulating a lackluster four wins and six losses. She is, nevertheless, one of the most popular female MMA fighters in 2022, drawing sizable audiences to watch her compete. For UFC News updates with InsideSport.IN
UFC news: Rachael Ostovich recent Instagram post
When Rachael Ostovich shared images from her amazing photo shoot on Instagram, her followers went bonkers. She frequently uploads her erotic photos on her social media accounts.
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Fans mock the UFC Fighter Rachael Ostovich: ‘Just make only fans’
Fans gave a mixed reaction to Ostovich’s hot and steamy photoshoot. One of them mocked her, saying, “Make only fans. Lol!” The other two complimented her pictures, writing, “Wow and Bad as ****.” Meanwhile, one of her fans called the photo shoot “Just another Casual Slay.“
There was a lot of support for the attractive UFC fighter in the comment area of this story. One of Ostovich’s supporters referred to her as a “Hot Mama.” Additionally, she was dubbed the Baddest Woman in the Land by her supporters.
UFC News: Rachael Ostovich contract
After her most recent defeat against Gina Mazany in November, Rachael Ostovich was cut loose from the UFC. After participating on The Ultimate Fighter in season 26, when the promotion was crowned the first-ever women’s flyweight champion, Ostovich joined the UFC roster. She defeated Melinda Fabian in the first round of the competition before falling to Barb Honchack in the quarterfinals. Before her TKO loss to Mazany, she lost through submission to Paige VanZant and Montana De La Rosa, ending her UFC career. Ostovich has an overall record of 4-6 and a 1-3 in the UFC.