Midnight Mania! UFC Contenders + OnlyFans = Dream Wedding?

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UFC Strawweight contender, Tecia Torres, has married longtime partner and former Bantamweight title challenger, Raquel Pennington. The two have been dating and in one another’s corner for years, which admittedly led to some awkward moments when the couple clashed with fellow women’s MMA power couple, Amanda and Nina Nunes.

“Meet my beautiful Wife,” the newly named Mrs. Tecia Pennington wrote on Instagram. “Just call me Mrs. Pennington. We made it official today. I married my greatest love. I can’t wait for these next chapters of life together baby. Te Amo Mucho Mucho.”

Raquel Pennington added on, “We did the damn thing!”

The story doesn’t end there, however, otherwise the following post would be somewhere down below in the Insomnia section. In order to fund the “wedding of our dreams” next year, Torres and Pennington are turning to OnlyFans, the premium content subscription service widely used to sell adult content.

The duo are hardly the first fighters to turn to OnlyFans to make some extra cash, as everyone from Diego Sanchez to former champion Jessica Andrade has signed up. Perhaps a few months ago, my take would have been more cynical. After spending a thousand bucks on simple donuts for my wedding, however, all I can say is that I hope the Pennington family OnlyFans does indeed pull in the big bucks and make dreams come true.

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