EBANIE BRIDGES supported Daniella Hemsley after the 22-year-old flaunted her breasts following her victory in Kingpyn Boxing on Saturday night.
The OnlyFans star defeated Ms Danielka via unanimous decision before causing a stir with her celebration.
Daniella lifted her top and showed off her boobs to the crowd and viewers at home.
Eddie Hearn and Claressa Shields were among those accused of their stunt – calling it “bad for boxing”.
But Bridges, who also has her own OnlyFans page, disagrees – although she admits she never would.
The Blonde Bomber tweeted, “I think tonight all of you who are complaining about me and saying ‘I’m showing my t**s’ saw what ‘showing your t**s’ actually looks like…something what I would never do.”
“In underwear, like everyone else, there’s weighing up … but having big boobs … And then you actually show your boobs on TV.”
“I understand why she did that…she’s an ‘influencer,’ it’s all about views and she knows it would ruin the internet, generate views and everyone would be talking about it.”
“So that’s what she succeeded in doing… it’s the goal of influencer boxing to destroy the internet.”
“Now please stop saying I’m showing my tits LOL or I won’t. And I don’t have to do that to destroy the internet, I’m doing it clothed.”
“Ps – she had great boobs honestly hahaha and anyone talking about how bad it’s for women’s boxing – firstly it’s influencer boxing and secondly it’s really not going to have an impact, let’s be honest.”
“All it will do is give this influencer more exposure, more followers and more money.”
Daniella further apologized for her behavior and claimed she was the victim of a wardrobe malfunction.
She posted: “I HAD IT! Ola was definitely not having fun (her words) but big respect, that was true WAR!”
“I apologize too [sic] For anyone who was offended by my excitement, I was actually wearing tassels but sweat was sticking them to my bra lol.
When asked for his opinion on the incident, Matchroom boss Hearn replied: “I think I hate it. I hate it, we’ve worked so hard for women in boxing to be respected for their skill, for their merit and for their hard work.”
“One thing we need to understand is that this is not boxing.
“And that needs to be pushed, all that stuff, Misfits, Kingpyn, it needs to be booted as far away from pro boxing and we need to really distance ourselves from what it is.”
While Shields tweeted, “Wow…..this is a step backwards for women’s boxing. Stop doing that.”