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'It’s art': UFC fighter brags about OnlyFans earnings after sexual post-fight dance while her young son is in the audience
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'It’s art': UFC fighter brags about OnlyFans earnings after sexual post-fight dance while her young son is in the audience

UFC women's bantamweight fighter Ailin Perez explained that she made over $30,000 on the website OnlyFans after a planned celebration in which she danced sexually in the UFC octagon after a victory.

Perez won her second straight fight — beating Lucie Pudilová by unanimous decision — before she celebrated by putting her feet against the cage and dancing provocatively, otherwise known as twerking.

Perez revealed to reporter Ariel Helwani on his show, "The MMA Hour," that she had planned the celebration ahead of time.

"We actually practiced that because we always want to be different in whatever we do, so this was a planned thing, and because it was one of the most common videos that my OnlyFans subscribers asked for," Perez explained.

Fans were quick to point out that Perez's young son was in the audience, watching her as she performed the sexual celebration. The UFC broadcast even showed the small child watching from his seat as his mother danced, with an announcer saying, "All right, some would say it's too early on a Saturday in Las Vegas for that move," with the boy on screen.

Perez later commented that she enjoyed having her son in the crowd.

"This time, I get to enjoy the victory with him right now, right here," she told the UFC.

In the same interview with reporter Helwani, the 29-year-old explained that she received more than $30,000 on her OnlyFans page, a website known for subscription-based pornography, which was more than she earned from her UFC fight ($24,000).

"Since Thursday to now, it’s been over $30,000," she said through a translator. "I take advantage of the OnlyFans because that’s where I’m [making] my money," she continued. "With the money I got from OnlyFans, I was able to buy a car."

Perez further justified her earnings by claiming that her content is "art."

"I’m gonna do what I want to do with my life. Anyone who want to check on my OnlyFans, it’s free. And my OnlyFans is not pornography; it’s art."

Dancing sexually at UFC events has been Perez's trademark for more than a year. Despite her claim that she looks to change up her celebration, this marked the third straight event in which she did the same moves.

Before a loss in early September 2022, Perez showed off her dancing at the event's ceremonial weigh-ins.

Following a unanimous decision victory in July 2023, the fighter spanked herself and danced similarly next to UFC announcers and the organization's Portuguese translator.

Perez said she hopes her OnlyFans earnings will increase with the more fights she wins, but if forced to choose between the two careers, she claimed she would choose fighting.

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Andrew Chapados

Andrew Chapados

Andrew Chapados is a writer focusing on sports, culture, entertainment, gaming, and U.S. politics. The podcaster and former radio-broadcaster also served in the Canadian Armed Forces, which he confirms actually does exist.
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