Boxer Daniella Hemsley says she was given permission to lift top up following backlash
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A boxer who flashed her boobs at the crowd following a victory claims she got permission to do it.
On Saturday (15 July), Daniella Hemsley got in the ring and went toe to toe with Ms Danielka - also known as Aleksandra Ola Daniel.
After a few rounds of the pair pummelling one another, the OnlyFans model was declared the winner.
And as the crowd went ballistic following the result, Hemsley couldn't contain her excitement.
Screaming and cheering, the 22-year-old decided to give the crowd in the arena, and those watching on from back home, an eyeful.
In a clip from the broadcast, Hemsley can be seen whipping her black vest up, exposing her boobs to the world.
But rather than it being an impromptu flashing, the social media star has now revealed that she actually asked to do it before getting in the ring.
Speaking to Alpha Plug after the fight, she said: “I got approval from the promoter, and I was only going to do it if I won, and I did and I got over-excited, and yeah, why not?”
Kingpyn promoter Chris Boyne also explained that while he wasn't exactly a fan of the stunt, he understood it.
He told iFLTV: “Yeah look, you know what the girls know how to go viral, and look it is what it is. It’s not really what I wanted if I’m honest like because you know nudity, profanity, it doesn’t really work.
"But, look they’re social media stars, and look it is what it is and they want to go viral."
So there you have it.
But despite her explanation, not everyone thought it was a laughing matter.
One person who certainly was not amused by it all was boxing promoter Eddie Hearn.
He told Boxing Social: "I think if I start preaching people just moan at me anyway, but you always ask me my opinion. And my opinion is I hate it.
"I hate it, we've worked so hard for women in boxing to be respected for their ability, for their merits, for their hard work."
He went on: "One thing we must understand is that ain't boxing.
"And that needs to be pushed, all that stuff, Misfits, Kingpyn, it needs to be booted so far away from professional boxing and we really need to disassociate ourselves with what it is."