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Former UFC women’s champion looks ‘shredded’ in leaked photo

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A former UFC champion shows off her bulging muscles in a photo shared from an awards show.

On Sunday, June 12, former UFC bantamweight champion Holly Holm accepted her induction into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, but everyone on Twitter was completely distracted by her arms.

Here’s what you need to know:

“Nice arms, very intimidating”, someone wrote on the post.

“Holly ‘never misses arm day’, Holm,” another joked.

Someone tagged the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) in the tweet. Some fans added GIFs, one from a box of juice and another who said “steroids”. meaning the muscles weren’t natural.

“Check the blood” someone else wrote.

“Damn, she’s shredded” A fan tweeted.

“You gotta do some bicep curls before you go out, gosh lol.” someone tweeted.

“Definitely knows where they keep the weights,” A fan tweeted.

“She’s Fucking Jacked” another person tweeted.

“Holly Holm turned her Boxing Hall of Fame speech into a gun show.” someone else tweeted.

“At first glance I thought this was Amy Schumer photoshopped to look absolutely wacky.” said a fan.

Holm’s speech can be viewed here.

She was included alongside Miguel Cotto, Roy Jones Jr., James Toney, Tod Morgan, Regina Halmich, Bill Caplan, Chuck Hull, Ron Borges and Bob Yalen. and the class of 2022, according to the World Boxing Council.

In an interview with ESPN on May 20, Holm ponders the possibility of returning to boxing while maintaining an active MMA career.

“I’m thinking about doing both,” Holm told ESPN. “And at my last boxing match, there was a debate as to whether it was going to be 135 pounds or 140 pounds. I had already won a title at 140. I wish I had pushed that [fight at 135] more because I could have been a four division champion. I had won titles at 140, 147 and 154 pounds. And we know I can do 135 because that’s what I compete in MMA. I don’t know if that’s become a weird unfinished business for me to go back and win at 135 or what.”

That conversation surprised her trainer, Mike Winkeljohn, who says it’s been a decade since Holly mentioned wanting to box again.

“I haven’t heard her talk about boxing since her last pro fight,” Winkeljohn told ESPN. “In fact, I think there were a few more fights in her boxing career where she was done with it. She wanted to continue. After she left people were still talking about it and trying to offer her a comeback fight and she was like, ‘No. I’m done.’ Throughout her MMA career, she never thought about boxing.”

Holm returned to MMA after a two-year hiatus to lose a controversial decision to Keteln Vieira on May 21, but the goals remain the same.

“But why not [actively hold titles in two sports]? I think that sounds fantastic,” Holm told ESPN.

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In an interview with ESPN on May 20, Holm ponders the possibility of returning to boxing while maintaining an active MMA career.

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