After breaking his contract with the professional wrestling company in April, Steph De Lander has found a new career. The Melbourne native, better known by her WWE stage name Pospirota, debuted her OnlyFans account this week to tremendous enthusiasm.
“We specialize in hot chick stuff.” “OnlyFans is now available,” the 25-year-old tweeted. Steph De Lander, better known by her WWE ring name Persia Pirotta, joins OnlyFans after being released from her contract with Pro Wrestling in April.
More than 5,000 “likes” and dozens of comments were left on the tweet by wrestling aficionados. “I believe in empowering women. “Count me in!” said one enthusiast, while another added, “Someone subscribed and notified me whether it was nice lol.”
“Damn that makes me feel like Chyna,” said another, referring to the late Joanie “Chyna” Laurer, who left WWE to pursue a pornography career. Stephen recently revealed that her sudden dismissal from WWE “shocked” her.
Stephen and Dexter are two of ten professional wrestlers announced by WWE’s NXT franchise last month. The Australian talent debuted in indie wrestling in 2017 under the stage name FaceBrooke before joining WWE as Pospirota in 2021.
After leaving major wrestling events like WWE, Impact, and AEW, more and more female professional wrestlers have moved to OnlyFans in recent years. Chelsea Green, a former Impact Wrestling Knockouts champion, started her Instagram account in October, and Scarlett Bordeaux, a former WWE star turned Instagram model, has also found success on the platform.
Toni Storm, a New Zealand-born wrestler, reported last month that she raised more than $30,000 in her first week at OnlyFans.