A former All Elite Wrestling personality has embarked on a new journey after parting ways with the promotion. The Bunny, who was removed from the AEW roster on November 9 by mutual agreement, played a pivotal role as an AEW original since signing in March 2019. While primarily managing The Butcher and The Blade, who continue with AEW, she also had a stint as Allie alongside Brandi Rhodes in 2020.
Post-release, Allie, adopting the name ‘Laura Allie,’ has discreetly navigated social media but announced the launch of an OnlyFans page. Similar platforms have proven lucrative for various wrestlers, including Mandy Rose, who earned over $1 million from her FanTime page in December 2022, the same month she was released by WWE due to content concerns.
The Bunny’s future in professional wrestling remains uncertain. Preceding her tenure in AEW, she had a notable run with IMPACT Wrestling, a promotion set to revert to its TNA Wrestling moniker, where she secured two Knockouts World Championships.
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