Paige VanZant, a former MMA star who briefly graced the All Elite Wrestling (AEW) roster, has made headlines with her surprising career move. In a recent interview with Barstool Sports, she revealed that her earnings on OnlyFans now surpass what she made during her professional wrestling and fighting days.
Paige VanZant’s entry into AEW was seen as a significant moment, as the promotion aimed to leverage her mainstream appeal, much like Ronda Rousey’s previous transition from UFC to WWE.
Her involvement in storylines suggested AEW’s creative team intended to utilize her to the fullest on television.
However, the trajectory of Paige VanZant’s career took an unexpected turn as she shifted her focus from wrestling to the world of content-sharing services.
Much like Mandy Rose from WWE, she opted for sharing exclusive content behind a premium paywall on OnlyFans, diverging from the path of competing in the squared circle.
In her interview with Barstool Sports, Paige VanZant disclosed a remarkable revelation – she now earns more on OnlyFans in a single day than she did throughout her fighting career, which included stints in both the WWE and UFC.
Her active engagement with OnlyFans, where she shares exclusive content with subscribers, has become a significant source of income, amplified by her modeling ventures.
Despite her newfound financial success, Paige VanZant maintains her affection for professional wrestling. She recently compared her modeling career to her fighting career on an Instagram post, stating, “One made me rich…
The other made me famous.” While this comparison may not resonate universally with wrestling fans, it underscores the financial success she has achieved.
Although there’s no definitive indication of Paige VanZant returning to the professional wrestling scene, her passion for the sport remains unwavering.
She expressed her love for the competitive spirit in wrestling and affirmed that her passion for fighting continues to drive her.
Financial reasons may not be the primary motivation, but her love for the sport endures.
It’s worth noting that earlier this year, reports emerged that Paige VanZant was still under contract with AEW, despite her absence from the promotion for over two years.
For a brief period, she was aligned with Dan Lambert’s American Top Team stable, an angle that played out on AEW TV before being dissolved.
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