Kevin Holland reveals OnlyFans aspirations

UFC fighter Kevin Holland has a plan in place to continue growing his brand outside of the Octagon in 2022.

Holland is expected to make his UFC return at 170 pounds at UFC 272 against Alex Oliveira. It’s his first fight since his controversial no-contest against Kyle Daukaus in October.

Holland is looking to get back into the win column after going home winless in his last three fights. Prior to the Daukaus fight, he lost back-to-back unanimous decisions to top middleweight contenders Derek Brunson and Marvin Vettori.

A lot changes in Holland’s MMA career, including a drop from middleweight to welterweight. Standing at 6’3″, he will easily be one of the biggest welterweights in the division as he prepares to make his debut at 170 pounds.

During a recent interview with Ariel Helwani, Holland revealed that he is also planning a lawsuit on adult site OnlyFans to help support his income.

“That’s pretty cool,” Holland said. “I’m probably going to put some of my gaming content on there so I can keep smoking while playing games etc. I can just be whoever I want to be on OnlyFans, without having to worry about getting kicked out… It’s free, you don’t have to pay. So I’m gonna drop, kind of like, a day in the life type thing. So when I drop that, I’ll probably do the first two episodes for free, and then if everyone likes it, you know what I mean, I’ll probably do a little page subscription. I will try to keep it really cheap. I have 4,000 fans there. If I can make a dollar per fan, that would be crazy.

Holland’s comments come just weeks after former UFC bantamweight champion Miesha Tate scrapped the idea of ​​creating an OnlyFans account. She has since clarified her remarks in which she referred to it as a “desperate” career path.

OnlyFans is often used to post mature content, but it looks like Holland intends to use his account to stream video games and chat with his fan base. As he prepares for a potentially eventful 2022, he appears to be in a great position inside and outside the cage.

How do you think Kevin Holland will do at welterweight?

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