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UFC fighter 'leaks' payslip as she reveals she earned more from her OnlyFans

Nasir Jabbar

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UFC fighter 'leaks' payslip as she reveals she earned more from her OnlyFans

Ailin Perez has revealed she earned more from her OnlyFans than her UFC purse for her fight last weekend.

Perez beat Lucie Pudilova by unanimous decision on the preliminary card of UFC Vegas 82.

She outpointed Pudilova to record her second UFC victory, having lost her Octagon debut to Stephanie Egger.

The 29-year-old is still making her name in the promotion as she funds her fledging UFC career by owning an OnlyFans account.

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During her appearance on The MMA Hour, she revealed how much she has earned on OnlyFans, revealing the sum is larger than her UFC fight purse.

The Argentine fighter pocketed $24,000 for her UFC bout but made $30,000 through her subscription channel.

"Since [this past] Thursday to now, it’s been over $30,000," she told Ariel Helwani, before revealing she brought a car through her OnlyFans endeavour.

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"I take advantage of the OnlyFans, because that’s where I’m [making] my money. With the money I got from OnlyFans, I was able to buy a car."

Ailin Perez during her fight against Lucie Pudilova. Image: Getty
Ailin Perez during her fight against Lucie Pudilova. Image: Getty

Perez also explained why she chose to fight for a living in the UFC.

"I’m in the UFC because I love to fight. This is the challenge that I’ve put forth for myself in my life, and I’m fighting in the UFC because I love it. But I’m [making] the money I have on OnlyFans," she added.

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"Hopefully I get a new extension, which is what I’m looking for, and hopefully I can multiply that number so it’s even better pay than what I’ve gotten.

"But at this point, if it’s more, if it’s less, my life is fighting, and I love fighting, and I’m going to fight regardless."

The women's bantamweight star is 2-1 in the UFC as she will be hoping for a title shot in the future.

The vacant title is up for grabs when Raquel Pennington and Mayra Bueno Silva clash at UFC 297 next year.

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: UFC

Nasir Jabbar
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