OnlyFans boxer Astrid Wett agrees to name change bet with AJ Bunker ahead of weekend fight
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OnlyFans star Astrid Wett and former Love Islander AJ Bunker have agreed that the loser of their upcoming boxing match will have to change their name on social media.
The two women will step into the ring on Saturday (4 March), where they will be fighting for the Influencer Boxing flyweight title under Misfits Boxing.
Yesterday, Astrid and AJ attended the press conference ahead of their fight where the pair put a little wager on who would win, with the loser having to change their name on social media.
AJ said: "I'm very confident yes shall we do a fun bet? So if I beat you, you have to change all your names on social media to Astrid Wett wipe. You can change my name on socials if you win."
Wett replied: "I'm not very creative but AJ Flunker, we have a deal."
This will be the first time the two women have faced each other in the ring, with AJ having made her Misfits Boxing debut against Elle Brooke last year, which she lost on points.
She’s also fought Tasha Kiran in November, securing her first win and it seems like she's hungry for a second, vowing to 'beat the crap' out of her upcoming opponent.
AJ has previously revealed she’s got a ‘game plan’ for her future within boxing and first off the bat is securing a win against Astrid this weekend.
She told the Mirror: “I have got a game plan, I want to fight Astrid and get my title at flyweight.
"Elle is not that weight, I will defend that for a while. I want to travel to Texas and travel with Misfits for a while against any fighter that wants to fight for it. I am not going to be like Astrid, I will take on any opponent."
But Astrid also has her eyes on the prize - after sharing a shot of herself covered in blood post-training last month, she wrote: "Training HARD - 1 more week till fight night.”
Before reassuring her fans that she 'wasn't injured' and that the blood was from a 'hard spar'.
Astrid went on to stress that despite the bloody nose, she’d be taking ‘no days off’ until after the fight and that her ‘hard work should pay off’.