Bec Rawlings Credits Herself for Starting OnlyFans Trend in Combat Sports

Bec Rawlings claims credit for initiating OnlyFans craze in Combat sports.

Bec Rawlings
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Bec Rawlings takes pride in being a trailblazer for combat athletes since she joined OnlyFans three years ago. Her presence on the platform significantly bolstered her popularity as a Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) fighter.

Set for a title rematch against Christine Ferea at BKFC 56, airing live on FITE.TV pay-per-view (PPV) from Maverik Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, Rawlings has established herself as a prominent figure on OnlyFans. This subscription-based platform has not only provided Rawlings with financial stability but also serves as a means to connect with fans when she’s not in the ring.

Bec Rawlings Starts OnlyFans Trend in Fighting Sports

Although Rawlings faced criticism for her involvement with OnlyFans, primarily due to its adult content, she remains unswervingly proud of being part of the platform. She views it as an avenue for athletes to engage with fans, and despite the negative attention, she welcomes the increasing participation of fellow combat athletes in this new trend.

“It’s f—king cool,” Rawlings told MMA Fighting. “Like when I saw Floyd Mayweather walk out with a hat with an OnlyFans logo on it, I was like, this is f****** cool. It’s even hit boxing! I’ve never really looked at it that way, I don’t like to blow smoke up my own ass, but I definitely was a trailblazer now that you mention it.”

At 34 years old, Rawlings sees herself as a trailblazer for combat athletes venturing onto OnlyFans. While fighters like Paige VanZant, Hannah Goldy, Kay Hansen, and others now profit by sharing content with paid subscribers, Rawlings paved the way, enduring criticism before they joined the platform.

“Myself and Jessica Penne were just talking earlier, we were the f—king OG’s of that sh-t,” Rawlings said. “We were the first fighters to take that f—king leap and sign up and promote it, and everyone was like, ‘Are they doing porn?’ Or, ‘that’s risky,’ this or that. We’re like no, it doesn’t have to be porn. It can be f—king mainstream sh-t, too, it’s just exclusive content. Now, every fighter and their f—king dog are on OnlyFans.”

Fortunately, Rawlings enjoys the perks of being both a full-time content creator and a professional bare-knuckle boxer. Her next bout in the bare-knuckle ring is scheduled for this weekend at BKFC 56, set to be one of the most anticipated BKFC events of the year.

Rawlings faces Ferea for the second time this year after their first fight ended due to a cut on Rawlings’ eyebrow. Despite showing promise against Ferea, Rawlings couldn’t continue as the doctor stopped the fight. Now, she’s set on finishing what she started this Saturday night.

Published on December 2, 2023 at 11:58 am
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