Lisa Ann Reveals Which Sport Has The Best Lovers, Why She Prefers Young Players And Her Goal To Bang Top 3 Draft Picks In Uncensored Interview
Lisa Ann was at All-Star Weekend to enjoy some NBA action and maybe to scout out some future prospects. She also gave a tell-all interview to Myles Brown of GQ Magazine. Ann knows sports stars quite intimately and is even a host of Sirius XM Fantasy Sports radio and she dished on her relationships with athletes. In the interview the MILF porn star legend touches on Justin Brent, Michael Del Zotto, the New York Knicks, that she’s been with “hundreds” of athletes and her rules for “dating” that include not hooking up with multiple guys on the same team at the same time.
GQ: When did your love for sports turn into a love of athletes?
Lisa Ann: My personal relationship with athletes started very young. In the early nineties, athletes could come into strip clubs. I watched everything change when Mike Tyson went to jail. When that happened, everything went underground. I think that was the beginning of agents and PR guys reaching out to girls for their clients and making these incredibly private interactions where some girls would sign a waiver each time to make sure they can’t sue or mention any of it.
GQ: Those are very common these days.
LA: It’s never happened to me, because I live in a different world. But I’m one of a very few. At any given time, I’m probably talking to a hundred of today’s athletes by text, DM or email. Out of that hundred, I may only meet 25. But I stay engaged because I’m a fan. The coolest thing about being Lisa Ann is when I follow an athlete on Twitter, he follows me back and DMs me his number because he cannot be seen following me. Years ago, Kevin Durant was following me and I didn’t even know it. As soon as it got blown up, he unfollowed me.
So when I engage, I try to be a voice of reason. First of all, I let them know who I am. I’m not a prostitute. I’m never gonna ask you for money. I do like to go to games, so if you leave me tickets at will call, I’m there. I stay involved with their careers. If they’re injured, I hit them and make sure they’re staying positive. It’s important because they’re lonely on the road.
Some guys will come to me and say, “Hey, this girl reached out to me. What can you tell me about her?” Then I can say whether she’s trustworthy. I tell them what to be prepared for. Lock your wallet, watches or anything valuable in the safe before they invite a girl up. I ask them to take her phone as soon as she gets into the room and put it in the safe as well. Have a serious conversation with her. Be honest.
GQ: Who initiates?
LA: I normally initiate the conversation. I let them know they can’t just hit me and be like, “Hey, I’m gonna fly you here.” That’s not how it works in my world. So once we get there, some drop off because they’re afraid maybe I want a relationship. Some of them utilize me as a tool. I reach out to some girls and say, “This is a friend of mine.” Now they know I’m in the network and most likely they’re not gonna fuck that guy over.
GQ: Are you more comfortable with athletes or everyday guys?
LA: My safety with athletes is I know they’re not gonna beat me or stalk me. I’ve never had an athlete be inappropriate with me. They have more to lose than I do. Because I’m always dealing with the upper echelon. I’m not a gold digger though. I’ve made my own money and I know when I meet someone I can say, “Here’s what I’m bringing to the table.” Now we have a mutually beneficial relationship where no one feels slighted.
I feel like if dudes could be with Victoria’s Secret models, that’s how I look at athletes. I’m 42. I’m looking at 18, 19, 20 year old guys. They’re little specimens. Their bodies are beautiful. They’re at the beginning of their lives, so they’re still excited, naive and simple. They’re not negative yet. There’s no ego yet. They’re not jaded. They’re fun.
So you prefer younger players to veterans?
I like the veterans if they’ve stayed on a good path. But it’s hard to stay there.
GQ: You were with Justin Brent recently….
LA: I love my little 19 year old.
GQ: How’d that start?
LA: I met him at a restaurant. We exchanged numbers. He was going to be on break from school and I was like, “Hey, why don’t you come to the city and we’ll go to a Knicks game.”
I like these new friendships in a weird mentor kinda way. I don’t have children. Because I did porn, guys are just so honest with me, asking me sexual questions they might not want to ask their friends.
GQ: You took an issue with Michael Del Zotto public. Are there more players like that?
LA: I don’t hook guys up with girls ever. But if I am close with a guy, I will give him my advice. Del Zotto reached out to me through an event. Within the first time of going out one on one, he wanted a threesome. It was just repetitive. It annoyed me so much. I said, “Dude you’re a freak and I’m going to blast you to put you in check.” Sometimes I feel like I’m a silent regulator to these guys, but sometimes I feel like I have to work on the woman’s team too.”
GQ: Do you spend more time with NBA players than other athletes?
LA: I think it’s probably NBA because they have a longer season and they’re traveling more. Football is just seventeen solid weeks. They’re not out as much.
GQ: Is that just convenience or preference?
LA: It’s convenience. But these are also the most fit specimens in the world. When I see them naked, it’s unbelievable. I just take mental pictures. It motivates me because I want to be in competition with them.
GQ: Any Knicks?
LA: Maybe. There may have been a Knick or two. I keep it private to protect them and respect their lives. I don’t want to jeopardize that.
GQ: Do you ever wonder about a time when athletes will move on to these other girls?
LA: It’s already started happening. Some of them have gotten into relationships or some of them have moved on with somebody else. Or some of them are interacting with people I don’t like and I don’t wanna be a part of what they have. I don’t feel slighted. If it’s once and done, it’s once and done. Sometimes it’s just a sexual checklist. I’m watching the NBA draft and I’m like, “Okay. I want to be with the top three draft picks this year.” It’s just a conquest of mine. I’m just doing it for shits and giggles.
None of them do I look at as attachments. There’s some you become friends with. If possible, maybe I’ll have a relationship with someone one day. My fear that I accept is that no one can ever be serious with me because of being Lisa Ann. I don’t know if they can handle it. You’re always insecure wondering when the ball is gonna drop. It’s a lot to hand somebody else. You don’t just hand it to them, you hand it to their family. You hand it to the world you’re involved with. Only the strong can hold it.
And you thought there was only a financial benefit of being one of the top drafted players.
Read the entire interview over at GQ.