Amanda Ribas reveals why OnlyFans did not work out for her at all Exclusive

Typed comments will be lost if you are not signed in. Cortez, 28, entered the UFC in 2019 after earning a contract with a win on Dana White’s Contender Series. Overall, she’s won 10 fights in a row, including her first four in the UFC.

No.15-ranked flyweight contender Ribas began using the subscription service for a brief time, but ended up deciding against it after feeling “embarrassed” at the thought of posting personal pictures. Some of her fellow fighters such as Paige VanZant and Hannah Goldy make more money from OnlyFans or similar sites than they do fighting, but post racy videos and pictures. However, the Brazilian wasn’t keen to go down that route, and as such never made millions or anything close on the platform. The flyweight fighter, who has 2.1million followers on Instagram despite posting more in Portuguese than English, has instead opted to use more traditional social media to get in touch with fans. Currently the No. 9-ranked fighter at strawweight, Ribas is slated to face number 13-ranked flyweight prospect, Tracy Cortez, next weekend.

Amanda Ribas has not been able to monetize her appeal on OnlyFans, unlike some other female athletes. Ribas will take on Tracy Cortez at tomorrow’s Fight Night in Orlando with fans branding the bout as one between the two most attractive fighters in the promotion, similarly to when VanZant fought Michelle Waterson or Rachael Ostovich. The best facts and figures to come out of UFC 282, including a rare title-fight draw, an 18-year-old winner and a historically quick knockout.

Several other current and former UFC fighters like Meisha Tate, Jessica Andrade, Jessica Penne, Ariane Lipski, Kay Hansen, Rachel Ostovich, Felice Herrig, and Hannah Goldy have also joined the OnlyFans bandwagon. However, the platform’s revenue-earning model is primarily based on sexual content, which is not within Ribas’ comfort zone. The Brazilian was recently asked if Zhang Weili has established herself as the best strawweight fighter with her title victory over Carls Esparza at UFC 281. Ribas jokingly proposed her own name as the best fighter but at flyweight for now.

Amanda Ribas has juggled between strawweight and flyweight throughout her career. The Brazilian recently returned to flyweight, dropping a split chirogun review decision against Katlyn Chookagian in a Fight of the Night clash. You’ll now receive the top MMA Junkie stories each day directly in your inbox.

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