Boxer Who Lifted Her Top Up To Celebrate Has Been Banned From Finals

Daniella Hemsley has been banned from the Kingpyn Boxing Final this week after she left viewers stunned as she celebrated her first-ever boxing win by lifting up her top and revealing her bare breasts.

Hemsley’s day job is that of a content creator, having found success on Instagram, TikTok and adult content sites.

She came out victorious against fellow content creator Aleksandra Daniel as they took part in Kingpyn’s High Stakes tournament, with the fight taking place at Dublin’s 3Arena.

However, it was the twenty-two-year-old’s form of celebration that got everyone talking following the match.

After her win was announced, she lifted up her top and flashed to the crowd.

She later apologised in a post-match interview, adding that she was only trying to express herself, adding that she got “a bit overwhelmed.”

Later in an Instagram post, she added: “Apologies to anyone who may have felt offended by my excitement, I did actually have tassels on but the sweat stuck them to my bra lol.”

Kingpyn released this statement, as per LADBible: “As we strive to bring fans the best influencer boxing events possible, we accept that Saturday’s post-fight incident may have offended some viewers and appreciate that this incident didn’t meet the standards expected from Kingpyn fight nights.

“We apologise fully to anyone upset during the broadcast. The fighter involved in the incident will not be appearing in the Final event.”

Eddie Hearn criticised Hemsley’s form of celebration, saying that he “hated 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. One thing we must understand is that ain’t boxing,” the promoter said, via New York Post.

He continued: “It does great numbers. It’s entertainment. It’s all of those things.”

“For me, what I’m trying to do and what we’ve been doing for years and years, the sacrifices people have made to be respected — again, it’s not boxing. But at the same time, I think it’s more of a reflection of society than a reflection of good or bad for boxing. I don’t like it.”

“The problem today is you want kids to have great role models,” Hearn continued.

“Unfortunately, we now live in a world where role models, or influencers, are not necessarily doing things that the older generation, which I class myself as, or parents would want your kids to see or think is acceptable.

“[It’s] nothing to do with women, nothing to do with men. You want your kids to behave in a certain way. That’s not a way you’d want your kids to behave, in my opinion.”

However, other viewers felt differently.

“Best celebration ever,” boxer Cristian Dominguez said.

“If this is how a victory is celebrated, I’d be a season ticket holder,” a second person wrote.

A third joked: “I hope she goes undefeated forever.”

You can watch a video of her unique celebration here.


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