Wrestling beauty Steph De Lander opens OnlyFans account just days after shock WWE axing and is tipped to earn BILLIONS

RECENTLY axed WWE wrestler Steph De Lander has already discovered a new way of making money – by opening an OnlyFans account.

The Australian star, 25, is better known to the WWE Universe as Persia Pirotta.




She was part of the NXT brand in Vince McMahon’s company until she was named in the latest staff cuts in April.

Now she has hit the headlines again after launching her own OnlyFans account this week.

Announcing the news on Twitter, she wrote: “We're doing hot girl s**t. OnlyFans is now live.”

The tweet soon received over 5,000 likes before dozens of fans responded enthusiastically to the announcement.

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One, referencing the late Hall of Famer Joanie “Chyne” Laurer who later went in to porn, wrote: “Damn, this gives me Chyna vibes.”

Another said: “Someone go subscribe and let me know if it's good or not lol.”

While another wrote: “I'm all for supporting women. Count me in!”

Discussing her recent release with NBC Sports, she said: “I think in general for a talent to be let go smack bang in the middle of a story[line], when I was on TV every single week for three months, and so was Dexter [Lumis], I think in that sense it's a surprise.”

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She and Dexter were two of ten wrestlers that were let go by WWE.

De Lander debuted on the independent wrestling scene back in 2017 under the name of FaceBrooke.

She was signed by WWE just last year but the stint only proved to be short lived.

Now she is hoping to enjoy as much success on OnlyFans as fellow ex-WWE stars Chelsea Green, Scarlett Bordeaux and recently-signed All Elite Wrestling ace Toni Storm.

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