Holly Holm was one of professional boxing’s most successful women before she entered the MMA world and took it by storm. The former UFC Bantamweight Champion was also Ring Magazine’s Female Fighter of the Year in 2005 and 2006. Recently, Holly took to social media to drop a new photo in cowgirl shorts for her UFC fans.

In the image posted by Holly, she can be seen relaxing under the shade on a comfy sofa. She showed off her ripped midsection in a crop-top and cowgirl shorts. The MMA superstar shielded her eyes from the sun’s glare with a pair of stylish black sunglasses, which covered up most of her face.

The post spread like wildfire on the social media platform garnering over 15K likes within hours. Holly wrote in the caption, “Just hanging with River… listening to the birds and breeze in the trees. #backyardvibes.”

Last year Holly was nominated for the International Boxing Hall of Fame. The ceremony will take place from June 9 through 12, 2022. Holm was already a member of the International Women’s Boxing Hall of Fame. She was inducted there in 2017. 

If inducted, she will secure her place among the immortals of the sport. Her legendary boxing career saw her win world titles in three different weight classes.  She was an astonishing 21-1-1 in world title bouts and has an overall boxing record of 33-2-3 with 9 knockouts. Meanwhile, check out her latest post below.

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