Stunning OnlyFans star Whitney Johns becomes latest boxing influencer – but she has tough first fight vs 'six foot goth' | The Sun

ONLYFANS star Whitney Johns is the latest social media personality set for her first ever boxing match.

However, Whitney is facing a touch challenge against the "six foot goth girl" 6ar6ie6 (Barbie Three Six).

The two rivals will face off on April 22 at the OVO Arena in Wembley in the quarter-finals of the Kingpyn High Stakes Tournament.

The American fitness model is among a raft of social media personalities trying their luck in boxing.

She has amassed a strong audience with 948,000 followers on Instagram.

The 32-year-old is a professional competitor in the WBFF (World Beauty Fitness and Fashion).

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She has a ripped physique owing to her regular sessions lifting weights as part of the competition.

Whitney also competes in the NPC (National Physique Committee) Bikini Division, where she has finished second and third in different divisions as she dons various bikinis.

She will be entering the bout at 5ft 9" (175cm), and recently admitted she became "addicted" with fitness at a young age.

Whitney also loves to flaunt her figure with the odd naked pose as she was named on the cover for FitnessGurls magazine last year.

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The striking post on Instagram saw her posing completely naked, as opposed to any covering lingerie she might otherwise wear.

Whitney recently said: "I discovered how good it felt to train my body strategically.

"Fuelled and empowered by physical fitness, it soon became my way of life.

"The discipline and strength that comes from training your physical body translates into your life’s endeavours outside the gym; whether they are physical, mental or emotional."

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