Toni Storm made headlines in the wrestling community recently by announcing her account on OnlyFans. The platform is basically synonymous with NSFW videos and photos. Naturally, fans are interested and Toni Storm made about $10k in an hour because of it.

The content on OnlyFans can be accessed via subscription and Storm is charging $19.99 a month. Ever since the launch of her account was announced that’s all fans have been talking about leading her to trend on Twitter.

Ryan Satin of noted the following of Storm’s trending status on Twitter. He did the math and broke down how much Toni Time is worth now. It was not confirmed that he dropped $20 on a month of the service.

“Just doing basic math, it looks like Toni Storm has made almost 10K in less than an hour with the launch of her OnlyFans. Crazy.”


Storm made her first post on the platform on Saturday which has already garnered lot of likes and with the amount of subscribers she has at the moment she could be very well on her way to make six figures a year. It was also noted that she made over $10,000 in an hour.

Storm’s OF launch got her public support for several WWE personalities including Indi Hartwell who called Storm “a work of art.” Taking to twitter one fan wrote, “Toni Storm quitting WWE to make $10,000 in an hour on Onlyfans, I think we will look back on her as a legend in this community.” As you may know, Storm was let go by WWE in late December after the New Zealander apparently requested her release.

“Toni Storm getting $20 a month from thousands of simps for doing a photospread that WWF Divas had to do for free in 2001,” another astute fan tweeted out. There are tons of fans with like-minded responses and many are making her name trend.

Storm walked out of WWE and went home. She obviously had another plan in mind and it seems to be paying off big for the former NXT UK Women’s Champion.

Check out the trending tweets pro wrestling community discussing Storm’s OF below.

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Bhupen Dange

Bhupen is a freelance writer for Ringside News and Thirsty For News; he is pursuing further studies in Computer Science. Since high school, he has actively participated in athletic activities, and when he is not playing video games, he spends his time in the gym training, watching movies, and walking his dog outside.

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