EX-WWE superstar Victoria has become the latest former wrestler to open an OnlyFans account.
Victoria – real name Lisa Marie Varon – left the WWE in April 2009 after nearly a decade competing in wrestling’s premier promotion.
And in a bid to increase her post-career earnings, the 51-year-old has signed up for the subscription-based website OnlyFans.
Those eager to see exclusive content from the former WWE diva will have to pay a monthly subscription fee of £21.50 ($25).
An excerpt of Victoria’s OnlyFans bio reads: “Join me on OnlyFans to take a peek into my life after wrestling!”
After signing up to the website – which some users use to sell x-rated content – Victoria wrote: “Oh boy!
“I finally joined. Welcome to my crazy life. I’m going to apologize right now.”
Victoria began competing in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and the regional circuit after leaving WWE in 2009.
But she made a shock return at the 2021 Women’s Royal Rumble, entering the match as the tenth contest.
Former two-time Women’s Championship Victoria battled her hardest but was the fifth contestant to be eliminated.
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The veteran wrestler recently recalled her departure from the promotion, saying: “I talked to Vince [McMahon], Johnny Ace, and Stephanie McMahon.
“I asked them, ‘Do you see the title in my future?’ Their face gave it away. If I would have known if I would have been an enhancement talent, like Fit Finlay.
“All the new guys would go through him because he’ll teach them the ropes in the ring ? I would have stayed if I had been told that.
“I didn’t know what I wanted to be when I grow up. I told them that. I go, ‘I know I’m in my 40s, but I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up.’ I’m a kid still and I don’t want to hate the business.
“I didn’t want to be that bitter vet you meet those people at Comic-Con that just talk so badly about the business. I wanted to appreciate what I did and love it, still.
“We had a 30-day no-compete clause. TNA called me. I was like, ‘I need to think about it.’ They’re like,
“We need to know tonight because we want to debut you Monday.’ So, I said, ‘Let me just sign for a year. Let me see if I like it.'”