Maryna Moroz Becomes First Ever UFC Star To Pose For Playboy

Maryna Moroz
Maryna Moroz

MARYNA MOROZ has made history by becoming the first ever UFC fighter to pose for men’s lifestyle brand, Playboy. Moroz, who fights the the women’s flyweight division, has become the fighter in UFC history to become a model for Playboy.

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Maryna Moroz Makes History As First Playboy Model From The UFC

Maryna Moroz has made history by becoming the first fighter in the UFC to sign a contract to model for men’s lifestyle magazine, Playboy.

Moroz, who has been fighting in the UFC since her debut in 2015, has officially signed a deal to model for Playboy after first appearing at the XFC International 7 just last year.

In terms of fighting, Moroz has come on leaps and bounds since signing for the UFC over seven years ago. In fact, the women’s flyweight contender has won her last three fights on the spin, catapulting her up the rankings and making her a huge star.

Despite coming on a lot as a fighter, Moroz has mixed her MMA career with modelling outside the octagon, trying to earn more of an income. The Ukrainian has now noted her highest-profile job to date, sharing her big announcement to her Twitter followers.

Here is how Moroz announced that she became the first UFC star on Playboy Centerfold:

As you can see, Moroz shared her exciting news just days ago, and is delighted at the prospect of becoming both an up and coming UFC star as well as a playboy model.

“Can’t wait to partner up with such an iconic brand with clothing, activations, and now the platform that has all my exclusive content,” Moroz said in her tweet on Monday evening.

The flyweight contender isn’t the first UFC fighter to ever appear on Playboy Centerfold, with Arianny Celeste and Brittney Palmer making one-off appearances with the magazine.

However, Moroz has made history in becoming the first UFC star to secure a long-term deal with the brand. The Ukrainian will likely earn vey lucratively from her new job, as well as continuing to make a living from fighting inside the octagon.

Moroz has insisted that her mixed martial arts career will always come first, with the modelling coming second. Hats off to the 31-year-old who is showing that you can not only be a good fighter, but can make a living from various other sources of income too.

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