A former Raw Women’s Champion has announced that they will be launching a new website for “exclusive content.”
Lina Fanene, who was known as Nia Jax during her time in WWE has announced that she has something a little different on the way.
In recent months numerous former WWE Superstars have found new ways to offer “exclusive content” to fans. While the likes of Toni Storm, Scarlett Bordeaux and Chelsea Green have launched exclusive content accounts, Cassie Lee and Jessie McKay created their own subscription websites in partnership with BrandArmy.
Posting on Instagram, Fanene shared a photo of herself in lingerie and a long coat with the caption “Exclusive Content 3/30.”
The announcement comes after Toni Storm earned a staggering $20,000 in a matter of hours after her exclusive content account went live on March 19th.
The former Raw Women’s Champion recently came under fire on social media for comments she made regarding the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Writing on her Instagram Stories, the star took the opportunity to call out people who didn’t oppose mask mandates but have been vocal in their support of Ukraine.
“All these mfs saying “I stand with Ukraine” couldn’t even stand for their own personal rights for 2 years because they were scared to breathe”
The former WWE Superstar has been open about the fact that she has not taken the COVID-19 vaccination, while it has been reported that this played a part in her release from the company.
Lina Fanene signed with WWE in 2014 before making her in-ring debut with NXT the following year. After a year-long stint with the black and gold brand, the star known as Nia Jax was drafted to Monday Night Raw, remaining a regular presence on WWE’s main roster until being released by the company in November 2021.