Adult social media stars Astrid Wett and Elle Brooke were set to face off at the O2 Arena in London on July 16th, however the fight has now been cancelled. The two have gained vast amounts of followers for their pornographic content, as well as taking a keen interest in the football world.
The pair exchanged words over social media channels on numerous occasions, while they were also filmed fighting while out on a night out at a bar.
When is Elle Brooke vs Astrid Wett?
The pair were supposed to battle it out on the Kingpyn Boxing card, on July 16th.
Wett and Brooke’s bout would have been the co-main event on the TikTok event, with Ed Matthews and Simple Simon also ‘settling scores’ with the gloves on.
How do I buy tickets?
Tickets are set to go on sale very soon via Kingpyn Boxing, right here.
Elle said the dispute between the two was serious since Astrid “doxed” her, or revealed personal information about her online, in an interview ahead of their July 16 fight with Fred Talks Fighting. In preparation for the fight, the adult entertainer was seen training with Mark Tibbs, a trainer who formerly worked with heavyweight championship contender Dillian Whyte.
She has also said she would ‘f***ing kill’ Wett in the ring after their brawl.
“I’m going to kill her on that floor! She is going to bleed, she is going to bleed a lot and she’s going to be sparked out!”
Why is Elle Brooke vs Astrid Wett not happening anymore?
“I wanted it to be well respected… change the opinion on girls that are in the same line of work,” Wett said.
“I personally feel that the KingPyn event is not the event for this. Things have changed from what we first thought when we signed six to seven weeks ago.”
Astrid then criticised the fact that Elle was allowed to bring a coffin onto the stage during the press conference even though it was ‘the day after somebody tragically lost their life in the boxing ring’.
The model went on to brand the whole event a ‘freak show’ before saying: “We’re just being put up to be laughed at and not because we want to be good fighters.”