CJ Perry, the former Lana of WWE, has revealed how much she’s already made in one day of her exclusive content website being launched.
On the verge of the one year anniversary since she was released from WWE, Lana has launched her exclusive content website under the BrandArmy banner. With subscriptions having only been open for one day, the former ‘Ravishing Russian’ has already single-day records for the company.
It’s been reported that Lana has made roughly $20,000 (approximately £16,014) in this short space of time. She took to Twitter to express her gratitude to everyone who’s subscribed:
“So thankful and grateful to all my fans who have made us the largest launch day in Brand Army history!! The #HotFlexibleWifeCometh and she cometh with nothing but gratitude and shock!!! cjperry.com”
So thankful and grateful to all my fans who have made us the largest launch day in Brand Army history!! The #HotFlexibleWifeCometh and she cometh with nothing but gratitude and shock!!! https://t.co/Z0ou8njihipic.twitter.com/QXWMpMhaBj
— CJ Perry (@TheCJPerry) May 20, 2022
BrandArmy, similar to OnlyFans, has seen a number of former WWE Superstars thrive over the last couple of years. The likes of The IIconics, Scarlett Bordeaux, and Toni Storm have all found great success on these websites; Storm made a similar amount to Lana on her first day of subscriptions being open.
Being released by WWE in June 2021 ended an eight-year journey with Vince McMahon’s sports entertainment journey. She was never booked in favourable angles, with Rolling Stone and WrestleCrap both deeming her 2015 feud against Rusev and Summer Rae as the worst of the year. Her “marriage” to Bobby Lashley suffered similar scrutiny from fans and critics.
Although the real-life CJ Perry is yet to wrestle since departing WWE, her in-ring return has been officially announced. She’ll wrestle for Wrestling Entertainment Series, the new promotion owned by the former Authors of Pain, on 4 June in Nottingham, as she and Lina Fanene – the former Nia Jax – will collide to crown the company’s Women’s Champion.
She last wrestled on the 31 May 2021 broadcast of Raw, just two days before release; she and Naomi were defeated by Dana Brooke and Mandy Rose in just under four minutes.