She claims that with her influencer boxing career and high-profile OnlyFans account, Brooke earns around £30,000 a month.
One of Elle Brooke’s OnlyFans subscribers bought a pot of spit for £200. After winning her first two fights under the Misfits promotional banner of YouTube star KSI, she has become a high-profile figure in influencer boxing. Also, she continues to sell adult subscriptions through OnlyFans, where fans pay a monthly fee for access to her content.
Since then, the social media star has claimed she plans to become a professional fighter, potentially ending her career as an adult content producer. Despite receiving strange fan requests, Brooke claims she currently makes around £30,000 a month through the site.
During an interview with The Taboo Room, Brooke revealed some of her most bizarre OnlyFans requests, including selling a tub of spit for over £200. “I created a custom barking sound. However, I think that’s pretty common now. I find it hard because everything you think is strange now seems normal to me, like it’s not even strange anymore.
“When I first made my OnlyFans I was at university, and I thought that was absolutely ridiculous, considering I never grew up with money. After a year, I was making 30 grand a month, and it has only grown since then.”
While earning large revenue from her work for OnlyFans, Brooke has also been making impressive progress in her boxing career, defeating AJ Bunker and Faith Ordway in her first two fights. With the pair frequently trading heated verbal barbs, her grudge fight will likely come against OnlyFans rival Astrid Wett. Brooke believes she can go further and even challenge for a world title.
“This is serious business for me,” Brooke said. “This time I don’t want to just talk about it, I want to walk the walk and show I can do this. Continuing to grow with Mark is important to me because what we’ve accomplished so far is tremendous. Having that mindset of always wanting to be the best at what I do, I want to win belts, be a champion, and be the best at what I do. My career goal is to excel in the influencer division, so once I achieve that, I’m coming for that.”