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Former WWE Diva Lana Made Over $20,000 On The 1st Day After Launching Her Own OnlyFans Type Site

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• Former WWE Diva Lana Made Over $20,000 On The 1st Day After Launching Her Own OnlyFans Type Site

OnlyFans is a great platform for women to make a lot of money from their hardcore fanbase.

Some wrestling stars already do it, including Sunny, Cassie Lee (Peyton Royce), Toni Storm & more.

Former WWE Diva Lana launched her own OnlyFans type website yesterday and made over $20,000 on the first day!

Below are the revealing posts that Lana shared on Twitter to hype her service:

Apart from the hot content that everyone likes, Lana will also be sharing other stories:

“Subscribe to CJPerry.com to get all the untold stories of working with legends like The Rock, being on the road with WWE, Hollywood and any inside information you would like to know.”

Is current WWE Superstar Natalya leaving all this money on the table? Because her sister Jenni Neidhart is on OnlyFans and she recently revealed that she’s trying to convince Natty to join this platform as well.

Jenni Neidhart wants her sister WWE Superstar Natalya to join Only Fans

Natalya then wrote the following on her Instagram story in response to Jenni’s story:

“Behave, sissy.”

Also Read: Recently Released WWE Wrestler Is Now On OnlyFans

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On this day in 2001, the World Wrestling Federation aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF RAW IS WAR’.

It was broadcasted from the Compaq Center in San Jose, California and featured matches, interviews & segments, on the road to the ‘WWF King of the Ring 2001’ PPV.

Here’s the match-card:

1. WWF Hardcore Title: The Big Show vs. Rhyno

2. The A.P.A. vs. Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko

3. Matt Hardy vs. X-Pac

4. Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly vs. The Dudley Boyz

5. Eddie Guerrero & Jeff Hardy vs. Edge & Christian

6. Kane vs. Kurt Angle

7. WWF World Tag Titles: Chris Jericho & Chris Benoit vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin & Triple H

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