Making $1.5M/Month On OnlyFans And Twitch: Amouranth | My Life Online

In this episode of My Life Online, we dive into the life of Amouranth, one of the most-watched women on Twitch, who rakes in 1.5 Million Dollars a month. Kaitlyn Siragusa, aka Amouranth, spent 60% of the last 5 years (that’s 1055 days) live streaming and often live streams for 14 hrs straight – gaming, dancing, talking to fans, licking microphones and even sleeping. Because her content is considered to be sexually risque, she often gets trolled, swatted & banned but she does her best not to listen to the haters and works tirelessly on her media empire. Every minute she spends online gets her closer to her ultimate goal of building an animal sanctuary– but she struggles with chronic fatigue, overall deteriorating mental health, and perpetual loneliness — is it worth it?

AEW Announcer Willie Urbina Fired After Mocking Longest-Reigning Women’s World Champion’s Japanese Accent

What happened: Willie Urbina mocked the accent of Hikaru Shida, 32, who is currently the longest-reigning AEW Women’s World Champion.

  • The incident, which has now gone viral on social media, happened during a commercial break on last week’s episode of “AEW Dynamite.”
  • Co-announcer Alex Abrahantes asked Urbina to translate a promo for Shida, but Urbina instead gibbered in a mock Asian accent.
  • Co-announcer Thunder Rosa and Dasha Kuret told Urbina to stop, according to a translation for Fightful.
  • AEW has no breaks on FITE TV outside the U.S. for AEW Plus subscribers, so international viewers watching with Spanish commentary were able to hear the whole thing.
  • Shida lost to Britt Baker on Sunday’s “AEW Double or Nothing,” ending her 372-day reign, Wrestling Inc noted.

Fired: AEW fired Urbina last Saturday, just hours after the controversial broadcast, according to PW Insider.

  • Urbina, who worked for Impact Wrestling from 2006-2014, also did Spanish announcing for New Japan Pro-Wrestling.
  • AEW owner Tony Khan confirmed Urbina’s termination and apologized to Shida over the matter.
  • “I didn’t think there was any excuse. I was not happy. Afterwards, I heard what was said and having our commentators involved with what was said about her, who I also apologized to, I thought it was best for the company to make this decision,” Khan said, according to Fightful.
  • Shida responded to Urbina’s comments in English and Japanese tweets, expressing that she doesn’t care what “other people say about my race because I love it and [am] proud of it. I don’t even feel anger.”

Source: NextShark

Rob Van Dam: How To Move Up In WWE Through Backstage Politics

In this exclusive clip from “Retrospective” with ECW legend Rob Van Dam, “The Whole F’n Show” explains how to build up a wrestling career in WWE, navigating the politics with the McMahon family, taking care of ‘the guys’ to earn your opportunity, and Shane McMahon telling RVD ‘the one thing’ he fell short on in getting a push while John Cena was on hiatus from the company.