Former UFC Fighter Joins OnlyFans To Pay The Bills

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Former UFC fighter Belgian Cindy Dandois has taken drastic action to help save her gym that was a Covid-lockdown victim. Dandois, who has a 16-5 career MMA record, announced she would be joining OnlyFans to help end her financial problems that closed her gym. A basic subscription to Cindy’s OnlyFans page will run you $15.99 per month.

“I lost my gym during this Covid-lockdown, no help from our gouvernement and fights cancelled,… leaving me with big financial problems. I descided to make an Only Fans so I can collect the money to re-open the gym and give the youngsters their home back.”

She added on Instagram: “This Covid-19 period and the fact that our Belgian government simply does not support me at all is turning my life around. I dream of restarting my team @lynxmma soon again so that all our youth can get back to work, but unfortunately some financial setbacks will have to be dealt with first … yet, I hope that both my Lynx- team members land I will be walking back to the octagon in 2021.”

Cindy hasn’t fought since December 2019, a win, and was on a four-fight winning streak, but now fights have been canceled and she’s left working on OnlyFans. She set the OnlyFans rules over on Instagram. “If you want to support me, go and subscribe … there will be pictures and little messages and the possibility to chat with me privatly … BUT don’t ask for porn cause that’s a no go… since I am still a full time teacher I will not post too crazy stuff! ?”

Dandois fought at UFC Fight Night 108 in 2017 and lost a decision to Alexis Davis.

You might remember Australian race car driver turned OnlyFans star Renee Gracie announcing in June that she was making huge money via her new venture. Gracie, who never made a dime in racing, said she was making $25,000 a week. Dandois has yet to announce how much it will take to save her gym.


Written by Joe Kinsey

Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America.

Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league.

Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.

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