WWE Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch - better known as WWF Diva Sunny - is set to make £250,000 this year from an adult website.
The 47-year-old had a very successful wrestling career in the 1990s and was hugely popular with fans during her initial three-year run.
She was released by WWF in 1998 but continued to perform for ECW and WCW, before taking to the independent circuit, where she performed for over a decade.
Sunny also made sporadic WWE appearances while working the indies and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011.
After stepping away from the ring, Sytch found a new career in the adult film industry, starring in one movie, while offering webcam sessions on Skype.
She's now found a new way to make money through the adult website OnlyFans - offering a range of revealing photos and videos to subscribers.
According to Ringside News, per The Sun, this new business could see her pocket a massive £250,000 per year.
The report says: "Even if every subscriber Sunny has [is] signed up for the lowest subscription plan of $134.96 per half a year, her OnlyFans is racking in $215,396 a year.
"If each of her subscribers is paying [$29.99] per month then she is making $287,184.24 a year.
"That being said, her yearly number should fall somewhere between those two figures minus 20 per cent."
If that number isn't impressive enough, Sytch is confident she'll be able to grow her OnlyFans and make even more money.
"In 1996 I was the most downloaded celebrity on AOL. 24 years later, in 2020, my goal is to be the #1 Content Creator on OnlyFans," she tweeted.
"In just 96 hours of having my page back up, I'm in the TOP 1.8% of all creators. Haters, this '47-year-old, washed up, past her prime' B is on."
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