Elle Brooke defeated Love Island star AJ Bunker to settle their bitter rivalry over four rounds in the boxing ring.
Brooke was set to make her boxing debut against Astrid Wett but her rival withdrew at short notice over safety fears. Instead reality TV star Bunker stepped in at short notice in a bid to end her new feud with the high-profile TikToker.
But it was Brooke who had her hand raised with all of the judges scoring the contest at 40-36 in favour of the OnlyFans star. She showed more technique than her opponent despite being frustrated by her opponent’s wild style. The OnlyFans and TikTok star was happy to have scored decision victory on her debut, and delivered an X-rated speech after being left frustrated to not find her promised stoppage.
“Yes I knew i could do it get me out of this s***hole,” she said after the final bell. “I was thinking f*** me I didn’t get this KO, but heres to my opponent because you are still a dead thing. Look I f****** love you all I know you might call me Brock Lesnar but that’s because I am. Someone end this interview and get me a f****** cocktail.”
Brooke began the brighter of the two landing the more crisp punches with Bunker looking erratic with some of her work as she swung wildly. The pair were separated briefly in the second round with neither fighter able to land any clean shots with some grappling and headlocks delaying proceedings.
TikTok star Brooke looked the more composed of the two going into the third stanza with Bunker beginning to tire. However Brooke came into her own and landed some big power punches as the period went on. The Love Island star began turning around and fighting off the ropes as she desperately tried to claw some momentum back.
Brooke continued to be frustrated in the final round with some ugly exchanges on display late on. However it was Brooke who had her hand raised despite Bunker giving her all until the last bell. Bunker was proud of her performance despite the result.
“To be honest I thought I had the win,” Bunker said in her interview following the defeat. “Fair play to Elle she did well but I want a rematch when I can have more than two weeks notice. I am really proud of myself and I hope that is treated as showing there is no limitations to what us girls can do.”