Elle Brooke posts defiant message on social media after stunning first round KO of Faith Ordway on KSI undercard | The Sun

ELLE BROOKE has insisted she is "here to stay" after beating Faith Ordway by TKO.

The OnlyFans star won the boxing match between the two after a storming first round performance on Saturday night.

Brooke overcame a height disadvantage as she quickly dispatched the American influencer in the undercard to KSI's fight against Faze Temperrr.

After the fight, the 25-year-old admitted that she believes that she is the best influencer boxer.

She said: "Guys, that is what you call a TKO.

"You guys are lucky to see the best two influencer boxers in that ring tonight – me No 1, Faith No 2."


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Following the event, Brooke took to social media to reveal that she is planning to be involved in boxing for a lot longer.

She wrote: “They will still hate, but the real ones now know I am here to stay.”

The OnlyFans star started boxing in 2022, and her aim is to compete on the same card as YouTuber and boxer Jake Paul.

She made her debut in the ring against Love Island star AJ Bunker, who she beat in four rounds.

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Brooke is also a big fan of bantamweight champion Ebanie Bridges, as she praised her ahead of the fight against Ordway.

She told Boxing Social: "She’s always there for me, and it is so nice.

"You know, I get to work alongside my idol. My literal idol!

"I’m so grateful. And even this week, she has been so caring and attentive. I adore her, and I love her so much."

The pair celebrated the win over Ordway together in the ring.

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