UFC fighter launches private website in growing X-rated trend

Maryna Moroz, pictured here in action in the UFC.
Maryna Moroz has launched a private website for subscribers. Image: Getty/Instagram

UFC fighter Maryna Moroz has launched a private website for fans in a growing trend being followed by hundreds of athletes and celebrities.

The flyweight fighter's new website offers subscribers the chance to receive exclusive photos and videos for $9.99 per month.

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The 29-year-old has posted a number of racy photos on social media in recent days in a preview for fans.

Moroz is 10–3 in her professional MMA career, including a 5-3 record in the UFC.

However the fighter has been forced to find new sources of income, unable to fight for over a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

"These are really hot videos and pictures," the Ukranian wrote.

"I hope you will be happy with them. I have a lot of messages and new followers.

"Thank you very much for following and supporting me, it helps me a lot.

"I am so happy and I hope you enjoy my account. I will try to make more videos, stories and pictures."

Moroz has 74,000 followers on Instagram and said she was struggling to find the time to respond to fan requests.

"I will try to answer all of the messages from people who write to me from my website and Instagram," she said.

"I need to train, so guys, if I don't answer, I'm sorry but I will answer later.

"I've just started to learn more English and it's a little bit hard for me, but I love it."

Maryna Moroz, pictured here after her win over Sabina Mazo at UFC Fight Night in 2019.
Maryna Moroz celebrates her win over Sabina Mazo at UFC Fight Night in 2019. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images) (Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Moroz joins growing list of athletes in X-rated switch

Australians Renee Gracie and Ellie-Jean Coffey are two of the most high-profile athletes who have made similar switches to adult-related content.

Gracie competed in V8 Supercars while Coffey was a pro surfer before both making the move to the more lucrative career.

“I would definitely say (my favourite part of the industry is) the freedom to express myself sexually, that part of me has always existed,” Coffey told Barstool Sports last year.

“When I did post on my Instagram a lot, it angered a lot of people.

“Now I get to talk to these subscribers who I love and the best part about it is I get to be creative every single day.

“I wake up and think what do you want now, what can I express now, what kind of video or photo ... how can I make this work for both of us.

“It’s a unique thing, a unique platform - the creativity and intimacy between the subscriber and me.”

Gracie also shocked the motorsport world last year when she announced she was joining OnlyFans.

The 25-year-old shares X-Rated photos and videos with her fans, revealing she made over $500,000 in one month.

While Gracie doesn’t plan on making a return to Supercars, she recently said the windfall from her new career means she doesn’t have to worry about the constant financial pressures that initially forced her from the sport.

“I now have the financial security to get back into it,” she told the Daily Telegraph.

“I can now afford to go racing without worrying about crashing the car. I won’t be reliant on sponsorships.”

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