UFC beauty Rachael Ostovich says she screamed in pain after her dog “clawed” her boob in her swimming pool.
The 29-year-old has been sending fans wild by sharing snaps of herself in a skimpy bikini in recent weeks.
And she continued that trend by posting more of her swimming alongside her pooch on Instagram.
However, her furry friend also left his mark on her after accidentally catching her breast.
She captioned her pictures with: “I was just out here minding my business and he had to come over in my space and claw the life out of my boob. Lol 2020 is wilding.”
Just last month the flyweight fighter set pulses racing as she posed for the cover of a fake magazine that embraced life during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ostovich, who began her amateur MMA career in 2010, has fought just three times in the UFC.
Her most recent fight was against Paige VanZant in January 2019 – which she lost via submission.
And she will be out of action for a while after she was handed a one-year ban.
She was due to face Shana Dobson in February but withdrew, and it has since emerged she failed a United States Anti-Doping Agency test.
USADA later confirmed the doping violation was caused by a tainted supplement.
Ostovich tested positive for ostarine, a muscle grower, and GW1516, which enables muscles to use fat rather than carbohydrates as an energy source, often leading to weight loss.
After an investigation the fighter provided the tainted supplement, which was tested at the World Anti-Doping Agency-accredited laboratory in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Ostarine and GW1516 were not listed on the supplement label, though analysis revealed the product contained both.
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The product label listed another prohibited substance, but Ostovich was not aware at the time that it was on the banned list.
Due to the circumstances, USADA determined that a small reduction from the default two-year suspension would be justified.
In addition to that, Ostovich’s suspension was understood to have been further reduced as part of the UFC’s recently created “Full and Complete Cooperation” guideline.
Ostovich will be free to fight again on January 3 next year, one year from the date of her failed drug test.