Hannah Goldy Is Auctioning Off Her UFC London Weigh-in Underwear

Hannah Goldy is looking to capitalize in her recent loss by making money off of her fight wear.

Hannah Goldy
Hannah Goldy on Instagram

UFC flyweight Hannah Goldy is selling her panties to the highest bidder. 

In a time when UFC fighter pay has been under scrutiny, fighters have found interesting ways of making money on the side. One booming business that many fighters have found to be lucrative is opening an Only Fans page. Recently a number of fighters have come forward to share that they make a great deal of money on this website by either giving fans an exclusive look into their lives, sending pictures, or selling items. UFC flyweight Hannah Goldy is planning on doing just that.

Goldy burst onto the UFC scene in 2018 when she won her Contender Series appearance in a strawweight bout against Kali Robbins. Unfortunately since then, Goldy has gone 1-3 in the UFC. Her most recent loss was to Molly McCann at UFC London. She lost the bout by first-round TKO but is going to try and make the most she can off her UFC London experience. 

Goldy has decided to auction off the underwear she wore for the weight-ins in London. She confirmed that she will sell the set on her personal Only Fans account. She will run a silent auction through direct message for the prize. 

“I’m auctioning off the UFC panties I wore to weigh-ins. DM me with your bids,” she wrote on her page per Sportskeeda. 

Goldy has bounced from strawweight to flyweight so far in her UFC career but has not found much success. The loss to McCann put her professional record now at 6-3. She does not have her next fight booked at this time. McCann however is moving up in the flyweight ranks and has her nest opponents set. She will be taking on number 13 ranked Erin Blanchfield in November at UFC 281 in New York City. 

Published on August 11, 2022 at 4:04 pm
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