Nia Jax Announces Website Set To Offer Racy ‘Exclusive Content’ To Fans

Nia Jax has something in store for you, as long as you’re willing to pay for it.

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Former Raw Women’s Champion Nia Jax announced the upcoming launch of a new website where she will offer fans “exclusive content”.

Jax, whose real name is Savelina Fanene, was released by WWE earlier this year as part of the company’s budget cuts and many fans feel like it was inevitable given the many instances where d other wrestlers got injured in matches with her.

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A number of former WWE stars such as Scarlett Bordeaux, Toni Storm and Chelsea Green offered exclusive content through OnlyFans while Cassie Lee and Jessie McKay launched their own websites which fans could subscribe to.


Storm reportedly won $20,000 just hours after launching his OnlyFans account earlier this month.

Jax took to Instagram on Wednesday to announce her inbound exclusive content portal set to launch on March 30, posting a photo of herself wearing lingerie under a long coat.

Jax under fire

Jax recently came under fire on social media after commenting on the current situation in Ukraine. The former WWE performer called on people not to oppose mask mandates but to claim to stand with the nation now at war via her Instagram Stories.

“All these mfs saying ‘I’m with Ukraine’ couldn’t even stand up for their personal rights for 2 years because they were scared to breathe,” she wrote.

Jax was pretty open about her refusal to get a COVID-19 shot, and it’s believed to have played a role in her release from WWE.

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