Toni Storm is a former NXT UK Women’s Champion and is currently with AEW. But is she on OnlyFans?
Former WWE Superstar Toni Storm has shown her in-ring capabilities during her time in WWE and is doing the same in All Elite Wrestling.
But wrestling is not the only treat she gives her fans. She launched her Only Fans page a few months back after teasing for several weeks. Storm has provided heat on the platform. She posts a lot of exclusive content for her subscribers. More than 1.2 million likes on her page, and it consists of around £80-a-year for a subscription.
Storm joined the OnlyFans on March 19 and earned around $33,000 in subscription fees in her very first weekend.
Before her release, Storm performed exceptionally well in WWE and won the Mae Young Classic tournament. She also won the NXT UK Women’s Title. She also held Stardom’s SWA World Championships for 612 days. In addition, Storm held the progress women’s championship and the wXw Women’s Championship twice.
She requested her release from WWE after December 29, 2021. Storm made her AEW debut on March 30 2022.
Toni Storm opens about the kind of content she releases on OnlyFans
AEW Superstar Toni Storm made her appearance on WAG Wednesday, talking about his popular OnlyFans account. She also clarified in the interview that she is not doing porn. Instead, Storm mentioned that she likes to take many pictures and share them with fans.
“Well, it’s not exactly porn, what I am doing,” she said. “I think you’ve got the wrong idea. Yeah, I don’t do porn. I take sexy photos and post them at a price. That’s all I do. Not porn, not that there’s anything wrong with that. It’s not what I do. Not so much crazy hardcore scenes or anything of that nature. But I like to take a lot of photos and share them with my fans. Not that there’s anything wrong with being a porn star, but I don’t do porn.” (H/T Wrestling Inc.)
She also talked about not having any conversation with anyone before opening the OnlyFans,
“I mean, I didn’t have to have a conversation with anyone, to be honest,” she said. “I just kind of do my thing, my family and friends, and everyone I know is kind of in full support. So I don’t really see the need to ask permission or anything.”
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