Former WWE Superstar B-Fab has become the latest wrestler to set up their own exclusive content account as they embrace their post-WWE life.
B-Fab spent most of her WWE career as part of the NXT brand where she competed in all 10 of her matches for WWE over a two-year spell. She became part of Hit Row alongside Isaiah ‘Swerve’ Scott, Top Dolla, and Ashante ‘Thee’ Adonis before the group was drafted to SmackDown in October 2021.
However, just weeks after the group was called up to the blue brand, B-Fab was released from her WWE contract just days before the rest of the group were also let go.
Now B-Fab – now using the name Briana Brandy – has announced on social media that she is set to follow in the footsteps of some of her fellow former WWE Superstars as she launches her own exclusive content account.
Scarlett Bordeaux and Chelsea Green have both launched their own exclusive content account since leaving WWE, with former IMPACT Wrestling Tag Team Champions Cassie Lee and Jessie McKay have also launched their own subscription websites in association with Brand Army.
B-Fab recently discussed her surprise at how approachable Brock Lesnar was in the WWE locker room during a virtual signing with East Coast Autograph Auctions:
“Who surprised me? I would say honestly, Brock Lesnar surprised me because he’s really nice and he’s very soft-spoken and I was not expecting that. Like I was expecting him to be just like, ‘Don’t talk to me, no one look at me,’ and he was super nice. He came up to me and shook my hand and was like, ‘Hey, welcome.’ I was like, ‘Woah. This is awesome.’ He was really awesome, and Roman Reigns is really cool too. He’s a really nice guy.”