WORLD CUP RATINGS: Mexican OnlyFans star offers Ochoa reward for wins

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A Mexican OnlyFans model has promised national soccer hero Guillermo Ochoa a night to remember – if his team wins the World Cup.

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Wanda Espinosa – who has more than a million Instagram followers – is so desperate to see Mexico win the famous tournament in Qatar that she offered the keeper extra incentive for a victory. Outkick reports that Espinosa said in a recent podcast, “Memito, I’m going to take you so hard you’ll be happier than if we were world champions.”

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Police from 13 countries worked together on an investigation that led to the arrest of hundreds of people accused of child pornography.
Police from 13 countries worked together on an investigation that led to the arrest of hundreds of people accused of child pornography.


A British newspaper made a big comeback on the World Cup on Thursday. The daily star revealed that during the 2002 World Cup in Japan, the England team seemed to have a big problem off the pitch: Japanese censors had pixelated porn streaming in players’ rooms.

British TV presenter Nick Hancock recalled on a British podcast: “When I went to the 2002 World Cup I was on a train with Chris England and we met a guy, who was sitting there all alone. He was sitting there and we didn’t have tickets for the game against England, and he was alone, clearly English, with a suit.

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The man worked for FIFA.

Hancock added: “We found his job was ‘player comfort’, so he went from camp to camp, all the training areas, making sure all the players had everything they wanted. We only had one complaint

“He said it was from the England camp and we had a handwritten complaint, and it was published, and it was ‘Porn is pixelated’. ‘Porn is pixelated!’

Paige Spiranac posing with a putter in one hand.
Paige Spiranac posing with a putter in one hand. Photo by Paige Spiranac /instagram

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Team USA uniforms have fashionistas in awe, including glamorous golf cat Paige Spiranac. The 29-year-old model and podcaster shared her feelings on Instagram.

Spiranac said on Instagram: “I’m here with the USA World Cup kit and a lot of people are very disappointed because they think it’s quite boring and honestly I agree. They were like , let’s make it all white and put the United States in the spotlight.

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She then asked fans to name their favorite United States World Cup kit.

Ref Nestor Pitana and his model wife, Romena Ortega.  TWITTER
Ref Nestor Pitana and his model wife, Romena Ortega. TWITTER


World Cup referee Nestor Pitana may not be on the list of officials this year, but he has a great consolation prize: he’s married to OnlyFans Romina Ortega.

The Argentina official – who is expected to retire after his planned snub – went public with his mother-of-two at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. She is said to be a fitness fanatic and with her husband’s encouragement, she signed up to OnlyFans. He continues to referee in South America.

  1. Former Canadian international players Dwayne de Rosario (left), Stephane Labbe and Brazilian superstar Kaka help Toronto Mayor John Tory and Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie (right) unveil the World Cup trophy at the Pearson International Airport on Wednesday, November 9, 2022.

    FIFA World Cup trophy arrives in Toronto to much fanfare

  2. Canada manager John Herdman reacts to fans after a win over Jamaica at BMO Field helped them qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

    WORLD CUP PREVIEW: Canada takes 26 players to Qatar

The officials’ selection process for this year’s World Cup has been murky. The IFFHS world’s top referee, Germany’s Felix Brych, was also snubbed.

However, three female referees and three female assistant referees have been confirmed on the list of officials.

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