The former WWE wrestler launched her own OnlyFans account Saturday after teasing it the past several days on Instagram.

As of 11 hours after its launch, the account's lone post had amassed more than 1,650 likes,

which isn't indicative of how many people have actually subscribed to her account. Still, assuming that's the low bar, at $19.99 per month

Storm has locked down more than $33,000 for her first month on OnlyFans in under a half-day

Storm was let go by WWE in late December after the New Zealander apparently requested her release

Unfortunately, the "rivalry" involved them throwing pies at each other and ended with Storm coming up short.

Storm's 90-day non-compete clause should still have a bit more than a week left on it. 

Toni Storm is rumored to be signing with AEW soon.

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