Cris Cyborg is the latest female MMA star to start an OnlyFans page

Cris ‘Cyborg’ Justino made history when she faced Simone Silva in her first boxing match.

In addition to being the current Bellator featherweight champion and a former UFC, Invicta, and Strikeforce champion, Cyborg has a rich history in combat sports.

‘Cyborg’ was one of the sole reasons UFC featherweight (145lbs) even exists despite White’s initial reluctance. Ultimately once Cyborg’s social media team was caught editing Dana White, the promotion released her and has been reluctant to engage in talks with her since.

Cyborg is one of the rare seasoned strikers among women. She’s also been a vocal advocate for athlete pay and even co-starred in Jake Paul’s Dana White video.

“U Fight Cheap,” Cyborg tweeted one time expressing her feelings about UFC pay model. “More and more big names going to leave and be replaced with contender series contracts.”



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She’s also not about to pass up a chance for a lucrative payday.

Cyborg declared her intentions to launch a page on the premium membership site and provide fans with exclusive material that isn’t accessible anywhere else.

“Hey guys I’ve been thinking a lot and it’s a big decision, I know. But I’ve decided I’m going 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!”

The 37-year-old is not the first MMA competitor to have ventured into the OnlyFans community. Paige VanZant, Hannah Goldy, Felice Herrig, and Jessica Andrade are just a few of the MMA stars that use the site, often enticing members with provocative material.

That being said there is also a number of athletes, usually male, that provide a different kind of behind the scenes access.