Former UFC star Rachael Ostovich has plans of starting a business but the holiday season seems to be getting to her

The holiday season seems to have gotten Rachael Ostovich in the mood for setting up a business as she provided an update on social media.

The MMA star was recently released by the UFC after she lost her third fight on the spin. Ostovich left the UFC with an MMA record of four wins and six losses but the 29-year-old remains one of the most popular faces in the circuit.

Rachael Ostovich lost to Gina Mazany
Rachael Ostovich (R) punches Gina Mazany in their women’s flyweight bout during the UFC Fight Night at UFC APEX on November 28, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Ostovich wasn’t all that upset after being cut from the promotion and posted a couple of positive updates regarding her future.

She claimed that there are a few options for her but categorically denied that she was thinking of starting an OnlyFans account.

The 29-year-old now posted a small update about her business but wouldn’t spill the details of what it was.

Starting a business during this tough year is going to be a challenge but Ostovich has overcome many hurdles in the past and she had spoken about starting her own cosmetics line in the past too.

She does sell calendars, like most sportspeople, and has been promoting that on her social media accounts.

Done with the fight business?

Ostovich still has a few quality years left in her and it will be interesting to see if she makes a move to another MMA promotion.

Many UFC stars have switched to Bellator while Anthony Pettis joined the PFL earlier this week. The UFC has been on a bit of a cutting spree and more cuts are expected before the end of 2020.

Rachael Ostovich lost to Paige VanZant in her last fight
Rachael Ostovich fights against Paige VanZant during their Women’s Flyweight fight at UFC Fight Night at Barclays Center on January 19, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images)

Ostovich had also claimed that a move to the world of professional wrestling cannot be ruled out, especially with WWE having several former MMA stars.

A move to AEW or WWE could work out great for Ostovich. However, she would need to be trained a bit as the world of pro wrestling is different to that of MMA.

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