Former WWE superstar Toni Storm joins OnlyFans months after asking for release

Ex-WWE superstar Toni Storm has excited her global fanbase by promising racy adult content on OnlyFans.

The New Zealand-born grappler has created an account and teased her Instagram followers with promotional pictures saying "exclusive content coming soon".

Toni who is married to a fellow wrestler in Juice Robinson, is yet to post anything onto her new OnlyFans page as she waits for subscribers to queue up.

In her bio she describes herself as a "Badass Wrestler with the Best Ass. Phat Ass Aussie", but it remains to be seen how much of an influence her career between the ropes will influence the content she releases.

A comment from a fan on her latest Instagram post could be a warning of things to come once Toni's OnlyFans is in full swing.

Someone wrote: "You're gonna break the internet aren't you."

WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair revealed earlier this year that Storm asked for her release from the company because she was exhausted.

The sport's legend admitted that he was surprised by the news but said the hectic nature of WWE left her in need of a break.

Toni, whose real surname is Rossall, revealed to the wrestling community last year during Pride Month that she was bisexual.

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Her comments came as part of a takeover of the WWE NXT Instagram story. Looking into the camera Toni said that a number of fans had quizzed her on the topic after she’d been announced for the event.

She explained: “When it was announced that I would be taking over the Instagram for Pride month, I noticed a lot of people were like ‘Toni, are you just an ally? Are you in the community? What’s going on over here?’ Well, I guess now’s the time to say it — both.

"It feels good to say it.” The fan favourite added that it was “a good time” to break the news.

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The star, who counts New Zealand, Australia, Britain and Florida as homes, deleted her social media pages in 2019 following the leak of explicit snaps of her.

WWE stars and wrestlers around the globe offered their support to Storm including Brit Paige, who suffered a similar fate in 2016 when a sex tape of her was leaked online.

Toni earned rave reviews for her in-ring work only a short time after joining WWE having won the franchise's prestigious Mae Young classic before becoming crowned NXT UK Women’s Champion.

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