AEW star Toni Storm’s g string Instagram post has sent fans wild as they react to the wrestler’s racy snap.
Along with the 26-year-old’s post, the star mentioned how proud she was of some of her recent posts on her OnlyFans page.
Fans may remember that the wrestler launched her page on the subscription-based site earlier this year.
Toni Storm’s g string Insta post sends fans into a frenzy
On Saturday (2 July), the New Zealand professional wrestler left little to the imagination in a racy post on her Instagram.
In the post, the AEW star was pictured lifting weights as she wore a cropped white vest top and underwear.
The upload had fans go wild at the time, with snap having since amassed over 90,000 likes on the picture-sharing platform after just three days.
Taking to the caption, Toni Storm mentioned her OnlyFans page as she discussed her recent uploads, adding they are her “best work yet.”
She launched her OnlyFans in March
Four months on, Storm has shared more than 100 posts on the subscription-based site, which have amassed hundreds of likes.
Following its launch, according to the Daily Mail, the wrestling star was estimated to have pocketed a whopping $33,000 in her first weekend on the site.
The now AEW wrestler’s OF page came just months after her departure from WWE in December 2021.
What has Toni Storm said about her OnlyFans?
Weeks after her page’s launch Toni Storm addressed her OnlyFans in an interview on the Carton & Roberts podcast in its WAG Wednesday show.
During her feature, she clarified the type of content she shares on the subscription-based site. She explained: “I take sexy photos and post them at a price, that’s all I do.”
The wrestler later added: “I like to take a lot of photos and share them with my fans.”
Her OF page also came up during her feature on The Sessions podcast with Renee Paquette last month.
In the episode, she admitted she had been enjoying creating content as she opened up on how it has allowed her to channel a “creative side” that she didn’t have before.
She explained: “I’m loving it, I get so creative. It’s making me feel so confident and stuff and it’s a great way for my fans to get into my life.”
A look at her wrestling career so far
New Zealand-born wrestler Toni Storm is probably best known to fans for her stint as part of World Wrestling Entertainment.
She made her first appearance as part of the wrestling network in 2017 as part of the inaugural Mae Young Classic.
The following year she secured a contract within the network before becoming well known to audiences of WWE’s NXT UK.
Storm left WWE in December 2021 and, four months later, made her AEW debut in April as she appeared on the network’s Dynamite series.