'You're going to enjoy it': UFC legend Cris Cyborg joins OnlyFans, claims her 'channel is different'
'OFTV series will follow my real-life journeys in Fighting, Community Outreach, and Travel,' said MMA champion Cris Cyborg
UFC legend Cris Cyborg has decided to launch her OnlyFans page, however, she claims it is "different" from other OnlyFans accounts. Cyborg, 37, plans to offer exclusive content about her travels, training, and community service instead of the normal X-rated material available on the platform. Cyborg made the decision public last week in a video that was posted to her YouTube channel. The Brazilian is now the most recent prominent mixed martial arts figure to upload content on the OnlyFans website.
Cyborg gave an explanation about her new ventures in her YouTube video and why she decided to launch an OnlyFans page, which is currently available for the free following. The female MMA legend explained her ambitions, promising her supporters they would "enjoy" seeing her travel and training details on the platform. Cyborg said, "Hey guys I've been thinking a lot and it's a big decision, I know. But I've decided to make an OnlyFans account, for you. My channel is different. We're going to travel, training, and giving back to communities. You're going to enjoy it, let's go!"
According to Daily Star, in the Bellator competition, Cyborg currently owns the featherweight title. The Brazilian veteran made her most recent MMA appearance at Bellator 279, where she defeated Arlene Blencowe again and successfully defended her title for the fourth time. This past weekend, Cyborg made her professional boxing debut while stepping out of the cage. At the Fight Music Show 2 in Curitiba, the 37-year-old defeated former national boxing champion Simone Aparecida da Silva.
With over 200 million users, OnlyFans is a web content subscription business that enables content producers to establish direct relationships with their followers. According to Criscyborg.com, as part of the collaboration, Cyborg will executive produce and star in a weekly digital series that will be shown on the OnlyFans TV platform. The collaboration will put Cyborg's programming on OFTV among other celebrities including former NFL great Terrell Owens, DJ Khaled, and Fat Joe, as well as boxing legend Floyd Mayweather.
“I am excited to be able to executively produce a weekly digital series that is going to give me an opportunity to motivate and inspire my viewers. The OFTV series will follow my real-life journeys in Fighting, Community Outreach, and Travel, and give fans a glimpse of what is important to me. I am excited to have the chance to create positive content that will continue to showcase the legacy I am wanting to leave outside of the cage once my fighting career is finished,” Cyborg remarked.