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Fighter Cindy Dandois, To Adult Entertainment Due To Crisis

The coronavirus pandemic is causing economic crisis in all sectors, which has forced the closure of quite a few businesses.

Athletes are not oblivious to this fact, as is the case of the Mixed Martial Arts fighter, Cindy Dandois, who had to close her gym due to this situation, so she had to resort to being part of adult entertainment to solve her financial problems.

The popular Belgian fighter Cindy Dandois has chosen to star in adult content to face the economic crisis that is suffering from the coronavirus pandemic.

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The 35-year-old fighter, born in Belgium, is the mother of five children.

In her career in mixed martial arts, she has battles in the UFC, the Rizin Fighting Federation, Invicta FC and Bellator MMA.

She currently competes in the PFL (Professional Fighters League).

Dandois’ change

Due to the coronavirus crisis, all his fights were suspended and his gym had to close, so he lost his business, leaving him in financial trouble.

Dandois used her Twitter profile to announce her new career path:

“I lost my gym during this confinement due to the coronavirus. Without help from our government and with my fights canceled, it has left me with great financial problems” she wrote on her twitter feed and other social networks.

In this situation, the fighter opened an account on the paid adult content portal ‘Only Fans’, in order to earn enough money to reopen her gym.

Dandois is not the first athlete to migrate to making adult content.

Australian driver Renee Gracie left motorsport to venture into adult movies, acknowledging that she makes more than 10,000 euros a day.

“It has been the best thing I have ever done in my life. It has put me in a financial position that I could never have dreamed of and I really enjoy it, ” she explained to the Daily Telegraph

For her part, the European gymnastics runner-up, Verona van de Leur, became an adult film star after living on the street for not having a job.


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