Former WWE Superstar Lana is set to launch her own OnlyFans style exclusive content website.
Lana (real name CJ Perry) was a fixture on WWE since her main roster debut after Wrestlemania XXX. She was best known for managing her real-life husband Rusev in WWE as well as a stint as a wrestler after her on-screen split from her husband.
The Ravishing Russian also spent time managing Bobby Lashley during a disastrous cheating angle on WWE Raw which was panned by fans and critics and quickly forgotten about.
Lana was released as part of budget cuts in 2021 alongside other top stars like Braun Strowman and Aleister Black. She also starred as both Lana and herself in WWE’s reality show Total Divas.
However, while other wrestlers like Toni Storm have launched their own pages on OnlyFans, Lana has gone one step further and created her own exclusive content site – and by all reports is already making huge money.
In the past few days, former WWE star Lana (real name CJ Perry) has put out a number of Tweets teasing the launch of her own OnlyFans style content site.
The Tweets featuring videos an images of in various outfits and situations were posted in order to advertise the launch of her new website CJPERRY.com.
Lana’s OnlyFans style website, where fans pay a fee to see exlusive content from their favourite online personalities, features photos and videos of the former WWE star unavailable to non-subscribers.
Fans will have to fork out $20 a month to view all of Lana’s newest posts, echoing the same business model that has helped OnlyFans models make a living, especially during the last few years during the pandemic.
Content launched on Lana’s website this Friday and by all reports the former Russian valet has already made a killing online.
According to estimates, Lana has made nearly $20,000 in the first days of her site launching, a similar amount the likes of Toni Storm and Zelina Vega were thought to have made on their own OnlyFans pages.
Lana is set to return to the ring in the coming weeks, while her husband Rusev has been missing from AEW TV since AEW Full Gear 2021 last November.
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