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WWE: Steph De Lander returns to wrestling after OnlyFans foray

Australian WWE star Steph De Lander, who turned to OnlyFans after being fired by the wrestling promotion, announces her return to the ring.

Former WWE superstar turned OnlyFans model Steph De Lander is returning to the ring eight months after being let go by the wrestling promotion.

The 25-year-old Melbourne-born dynamo announced this week that she will be traveling to Malaysia to compete in the APAC Women’s Wrestling Champions Tournament.

Steph shared the news with her 85,000 followers on Twitter and revealed that her comeback is scheduled for December.

Former WWE superstar turned OnlyFans model Steph De Lander is returning to the ring eight months after being let go by the wrestling promotion.

Former WWE superstar turned OnlyFans model Steph De Lander is returning to the ring eight months after being let go by the wrestling promotion.

She tweeted: “Making my APAC Wrestling debut in Malaysia this December.”

Steph’s followers were quick to congratulate her on getting back into the ring.

An enthusiastic fan wrote ‘come on!’ while another posted a love heart emoji.

The 25-year-old Melbourne-born dynamo announced this week that she will be traveling to Malaysia to compete in the APAC Women's Wrestling Champions Tournament.

The 25-year-old Melbourne-born dynamo announced this week that she will be traveling to Malaysia to compete in the APAC Women’s Wrestling Champions Tournament.

It comes after Steph, better known by her WWE stage name Persia Pirotta, launched her OnlyFans account in May to great fanfare.

We’re doing some hot girl shit. OnlyFans is now available’, he announced on Twitter.

The tweet received more than 5,000 likes and dozens of comments from enthusiastic wrestling fans.

Steph shared the news with her 85,000 followers on Twitter, revealing that her comeback is scheduled for December.

Steph shared the news with her 85,000 followers on Twitter, revealing that her comeback is scheduled for December.

Earlier this year, Steph said she was “shocked” to be dropped from WWE out of the blue.

She was one of 10 professional wrestlers who were released from WWE’s NXT developmental brand in April.

The Australian star debuted on the independent wrestling circuit in 2017 under the stage name FaceBrooke, before joining WWE in 2021.

It comes after Steph, better known by her WWE stage name Persia Pirotta, launched her OnlyFans account in May to great fanfare.

It comes after Steph, better known by her WWE stage name Persia Pirotta, launched her OnlyFans account in May to great fanfare.

A growing number of female professional wrestlers have turned to OnlyFans in recent years after leaving major wrestling promotions like WWE, Impact and AEW.

Former Impact Wrestling Knockouts Champion Chelsea Green launched her account last October.

Former WWE star and Instagram model Scarlett Bordeaux has also found success on the platform.

We're doing some hot girl shit.  OnlyFans is now live,' he announced at the time.

We’re doing some hot girl shit. OnlyFans is now live,’ he announced at the time.

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