Natalie Nunn won her boxing match against rival Tommie Lee in a farcical bout in London on Saturday night. The reality TV stars squared off at the O2 Arena in the latest edition of their long-running feud. Nunn dominated the game from beginning to end.
Lee didn’t even attempt to defend herself at times despite sprinting down to the ring for the bout. That was the best part of the performance before being completely battered.
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Nunn came out flying from the opening bell and landed a right hand straight on the button which rocked her rival. Tension had been rising between the two all week ahead of the fight.
A scrap broke out during the press conference on Monday, ending in the two having to be pulled apart with Lee escorted out of the room.
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Lee walked out of the press conference on Wednesday when Nunn was asked how the two were friends and enemies at the same time, prompting Nunn to call her opponent out on stage. However, Nunn was too strong for her reality television rival. Lee either fell to the floor or opted to lie down on the canvas during the break between the first and second rounds.
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The audience booed when the referee threatened to disqualify Lee because her corner didn’t vacate the ring between rounds. The referee called an early end to the fight in round two.
Lee will be left embarrassed after promising to finish the feud positively. The high-profile star carries over five million social media followers but was left red-faced on her boxing debut.
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The event was overshadowed by the lack of fans in the arena. The top tier of the 20,000-capacity area in London remained closed and there were large swathes of empty seats elsewhere.
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