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Harry Davies

Elle Brooke delivers scathing assessment of her performance in AJ Bunker win

OnlyFans star Elle Brooke was critical of her performance against AJ Bunker despite winning a unanimous decision against the former Love Island contestant.

Brooke, 24, and Bunker, 28, made their boxing debuts in the co-main event of Kingpyn's 'Settling Scores' event on Saturday night. The fight went all four rounds as Brooke outclassed Bunker by scores of 40-36 across the board. She showed more technique than Bunker but was critical of her performance after failing to deliver her promise of the "first female influencer knockout".

"I give myself a 4.5 out of 10," Brooke told Mirror Fighting when assessing her performance. "For me, I could do better. I guess nobody's first time is ever perfect. I just think I can do so much better and I didn't really want to fight this soon because I'm improving so much every week. I was like 'I don't even want to do this fight because I'm still so s***' but you have to start somewhere and you can't be a world champion overnight.

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"When you have it in your head that you're going to knock somebody out and you don't, you feel that you've done s***. I was in the corner like 'am I winning?'. I don't know why I'm beating myself up even though I got the win. I beat myself up so bad, I'm cocky but I'm humble deep down. I've loved the journey and I can't wait to go in there again with a better performance."

Brooke was originally set to fight fellow OnlyFans star Astrid Wett on the card but her rival withdrew on short notice because of safety fears. Reality TV star Bunker stepped in but was not short on preparations as she was preparing to fight on a Celeb MMA event before it was postponed to a later date.

Part of Brooke's disappointment in her performance was because of the lack of knockouts in women's boxing, as she added: "I guess with women's boxing they don't get a lot of knockouts, you're trying to sell a fight and when you don't achieve the thing you wanted to... I think this is one of the reasons I'm successful is because you strive for better things. I wanted a knockout, not just the win so I am disappointed in myself in that sense but there's always the next fight."

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