Meet the 'world's sexiest bare knuckle boxer' who poses topless and was once left unrecognisable after bloodbath fight | The Sun

TAYLOR STARLING is well known for wowing her social media followers with saucy snaps – but she was once left disfigured after a brutal bare-knuckle boxing match.

The 27-year-old dived into the bare-knuckle world following mixed results in kickboxing, boxing and MMA.

Killer Bee seems to have found her home in the sport's top promotion, winning three of her five brutal bouts in BKFC.

Bare-knuckle boxers seldom escape bouts without brutal facial injuries – which are part and parcel of the trade.

But Starling was left looking unrecognisable after her 2021 clash with fellow OnlyFans star Charisa Sigala – a former opponent of ex-UFC star Paige VanZant.

The mum-of-two was victorious in the five-rounder, having her hand raised courtesy of a unanimous decision victory.


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But she was left with multiple war wounds for her efforts, the worst of which was a horrific shiner under her right eye.

A bloody and dented nose was an additional reward for the American as well as a swollen top lip.

Speaking after her BKFC debut, Starling said: "It was really tough, it was fun – I enjoyed it.

"It was definitely a different ball game but I had a blast."

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Taylor Starlinng had a war with Charisa Sigala two years agoCredit: GETTY
The 27-year-old loves the brutal aspect of bare-knuckle boxingCredit: BKFC

Being cracked to the face by bare knuckles took some getting used to for the blonde bruiser.

She said: "The thing that surprised me the most was that small shots hurt really bad. There are big shots that don't hurt as bad.

"But something as simple as taking a knuckle and slicing your eyebrow – a small knuckle definitely hurts a lot more than you think."

Starling dished out her fair share of punishment to Sigala, whom she dropped in the first round.

She said of her foe: "She had a lot of heart. I definitely thought she was going to be put away and that we weren't going to go the full five rounds.

"But I'm glad we did because I enjoy taking it all in and taking those five rounds and really putting a show on for people.

"Because that's what people come for."

Starling picked up back-to-back wins over Cassie Robb and Hannah Guy after her clash with Sigala before suffering a 40-second defeat to Christine Ferea.

She got back in the win column with a boxing win over Angelica Martinez but suffered a second successive BKFC defeat to Jade Masson-Wong in May.

When she's not in the ring, Starling is hard at work looking after her two children.

She supplements her income by selling behind-the-scenes and sexy content on the adult subscription website OnlyFans.

Starling – who has been called the "world's sexiest bare-knuckle boxer"on her Instagram comments – has faced strong criticism over her use of the platform.

But she has defended herself by saying: "I always say to people, if you don’t pay my bills, and you don’t put food in my kids’ mouths, your opinion [doesn’t mean] s*** to me'.

"I hate it, and if people don’t want to do it, or you think that it’s wrong so you wouldn’t do that, I understand.

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"But at the same time, to do that to follow your dreams, follow your career and make s*** happen, to sit and say that you wouldn’t do something so simple as having a fan site, or an OnlyFans.

"[This is for me] to be able to do what [I] genuinely want to do."

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